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Documentary explores women's role in making America

(03/14/15 9:54pm)

As part of Women's History Month, The Women's Resource Center and the College PanHellenic Council will be hosting a screening of the documentary, Makers: Women Who Make America on March 16 from 11am-4pm in the Student Center Auditorium.Makers is an interactive digital and video storytelling platform founded by Emmy Award- winning filmmaker, Dyllan McGee, in partnership with PBS and AOL.



Musicals that need their own movies

(03/18/15 2:25am)

In the last ten years, there has been Sweeney Todd, starring Johnny Depp and Helena Bonham Carter, Les Miserábles, starring Hugh Jackman and Anne Hathaway, Into the Woods, starring Meryl Streep, and The Last Five Years, starring Anna Kendrick and Jeremy Jordan.These adaptations have introduced many people to musical theatre, and also satisfied skeptical diehard fans of the genre.



5 lessons Dr. Seuss taught us

(03/18/15 8:54am)

Some may know him as an environmentalist. Others relate to him as an activist. While both are true, almost every American childhood memory can be traced back to reading at least one of his collection of exciting and rhyming children’s books.Theodor Seuss Gisel, or his pen name Dr. Seuss, was more than just a children’s book author, he was conveyed a message behind each story and pushed widely discussed and sometimes controversial topics.








Jermaine Dickerson's artwork inspired by superheroes

(03/21/15 9:22pm)

Almost all of us had a superhero when we were growing up. Whether that hero was batman, superman, dad, grandma, Brittany Spears, or Dr. King, who we look up to and admire always plays a big part in our lives at some point.This idea of superheroes, in both fiction and real life, is what Eastern Michigan University alum, Jermaine Dickerson’s, new art exhibition, is all about.