News and Events
Clarke Speakers and Events - Spring 2023
SPEAKER: Phyllis Michael Wong
and educator Phyllis Michael Wong, author of We Kept Our Towns Going:
The Gossard Girls of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula (MSU Press, 2022),
will share the moving stories of the women who worked in Upper
Peninsula garment factories from the early twentieth century through
Tuesday, February 7th
7:00 pm via Webex (registration required)
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Bryan Whitledge Appointed Clarke Public Services Librarian
2022 is the 50th Anniversary of Title IX
Tales of Hauntings in Michigan
Help Preserve CMU’s Pandemic Experiences
To document and preserve the various experiences of the CMU community during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Clarke Historical Library and the Museum of Cultural and Natural History encourage CMU members, students, faculty, and staff, on- and off-campus, to share their documented personal experiences during COVID-19 and contribute them to the Clarke and Museum. When future students, scholars, and researchers seek to understand what it was like at CMU during the pandemic, these materials will provide a first-person account.