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Let's Go Back | Hemingway in Michigan Teaser

Let's Go Back | Hemingway in Michigan

Save the Date: March 31, 2021 In anticipation of the new Ken Burns’ documentary Hemingway, WCMU Public Media is partnering with the Clarke Historical Library and noted Hemingway historian Michael Federspeil for a live streaming event. Enjoy "Let's Go Back" video stories featuring the Clarke Historical Library's Hemingway Collection containing one-of-a-kind items from the legendary author's life, watch a preview of the Hemingway documentary, and participate in a question and answer session with Hemingway experts. Join us to learn more about Hemingway's deep ties to Northern Michigan, and how it influenced his attitudes, passions and writings. More information on Hemingway in Michigan: A Live Streaming Event can be found on our social media platforms and at


Let's Go Back

The Clarke Historical Library on the campus of Central Michigan University is home to thousands of artifacts. Historians Bryan Whitledge and John Fierst pull back the curtain on the Clarke’s vast archive to share stories from our past.

Aladdin Homes

Freedom Hall - 1970

Bird's Eye Views of Michigan

A Christmas Carol

1976 Gas Well Fire

Soo Locks Glass Prints

Let's Go Back | Hemingway in Michigan Teaser

The Bingham Family

Lincoln's Right Hand

Destination Michigan

WCMU Public Television's original series highlighting the people and places that make Michigan a special place to live. Travel all across the state to view natural wonders, historic sites and numerous vacation destinations.

Dutchman Tree Farm

Michigan's Upper Peninsula

Space Studios - Midland

Rooftop Reindeer Preview

Jack Pine Lumberjack Shows - Mackinaw

Crystal Lake Alpaca Farm

Pond Hill Farm - Harbor Springs

Window To The Arts

From woodworkers to dancers, meet the people who evoke and instill a creative spirit in their communities. Meet with these incredibly talented individuals and learn how their love of art inspires many.


Steve Jessmore

Robert Barclay

Peggy Brisbane

CMU Point Of Pride

CMU Point of Pride is a series short vignettes of featuring highlights of academic programs, the arts, new initiatives, and other dynamic programs from the Campus of Central Michigan University, located in Mount Pleasant, Michigan. The series is produced by WCMU Public Media.

Fermentation Science

Beaver Island Biological Station


Mobile Mesonet

Research Projects

Clarke Historical Library

Sports Management Association

Field Biology

Native American Stories

In this special presentation by WCMU Public Media, we delve into the stories of Michigan’s tribal history. Visit crucial historic and cultural sites throughout Michigan and learn how Native American culture is being passed on to future generations.

The Old Indian Trail #1

Sasiwaan Immersion School - Part 2

The Ziibiwing Center

The Old Indian Trail #2

St. Ignatius Cemetery

Council of the Trees

Sasiwaan Immersion School - Part 1

Holy Childhood Boarding School

Gifts for the River

Vietnam Letters Home Project

WCMU Public Media is proud to give a voice to veterans and their families through The Vietnam Letters Home Project. During the Vietnam War, American soldiers sent countless letters to family members and friends back in the States. In this series of revealing interviews and letter readings, veterans and their families throughout Michigan come forward to share their Vietnam War experience.

James Rademacher

Ellen Wagester

Dennis Smith

Mike Schloff

Dennis Scott

Calvin Gotts

WCMU Public Radio

Stay informed with the latest news coming out of the WCMU Public Radio newsroom. Award-winning journalists are in your communities sharing the stories that matter most.

Moving Forward: Midland

Student Activism: Then and Now - Part One

Confronting Racism: A Virtual Conversation

Student Activism: Then and Now - Part two

Returning to School: A Virtual Conversation

Student Activism: Then and Now (Full Program)