The campus of Eastern Michigan University has a rich architectural history spanning more than 125 years. Its buildings are a melange of architectural treasures from the Queen Anne Style of The Practice House and the Richardsonian Romanesque of Starkweather Hall to the Georgian Revival of Pease Auditorium and the Art Deco, Collegiate Gothic design of McKenny Hall. The campus is rich with contemporary design, too. Examples of everything from the Art Moderne lines of Briggs Hall to the Postmodern Bruce T. Halle Library are plentiful. Collectively, the buildings of Eastern Michigan University form a diverse architectural tapestry as unique as its students, faculty, and staff!