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Susan Martin leaves a legacy at EMU

After seven years in the captain’s seat, university president Susan Martin is feeling bittersweet about stepping down in July.

When she took office in 2008, Martin was ready to turn things around.

“Eastern had been through some challenging times and turnover of leadership and everybody was just down,” Martin said.

Protests result in postponing of 'American Sniper' showing

The students who participated in the protest of the movie “American Sniper” Friday night in the Student Center said the shutting down and postponement of the showing was not their original intent.

Four students were cuffed and detained after 40 students took the stage during the 8 p.m.

Brewery and improv come together at the Pointless Brewery and Theatre

Beer and improvisational theatre lovers in the Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti area can soon enjoy a space that combines both.

Eastern Michigan University Alumni, Tori and Jason Tomalia, will open Pointless Brewery and Theatre, 3014 Packard Road, Ann Arbor, this summer.

Tori said the population in the area appreciates the “mind-set” of theater and craft beer.

“[Improv theater is] super creative and really fresh and sort of instantaneous,”she said.

Gallery opens featuring ground breaking women of EMU

"In Her Shoes: Forging Paths at EMU" is a new exhibit opening Thursday at McKenny Gallery. According to a press release from the university's department of communications, the exhibit will be about the paths women have forged and the barriers women have broken both at Eastern and beyond.

EMU cancels Life in Color

Eastern Michigan University announced today that they cancelled the Life in Color concert that was scheduled for Saturday, April 11 at the Convocation Center.