04. Campus Life
Found in 108 Collections and/or Records:
The Brian Steimel T-Shirt collection includes a variety of t-shirts created for events on campus, collected by an alumni and employee of Eastern Michigan University Brian Steimel. Events range from festivals sponsored by WEMU, departmental t-shirts, homecoming, and programatic materials and date from 1987-2011.
The Business Wives records include newsletters, membership lists, and event plans of the group from 1971-1979. The Business Wives were a society of women bonded by marriage to Eastern Michigan University's College of Business faculty. This record is valuable to the study of women's social groups in the 1970s.
A collection of postcards, both mass produced as well as independently printed, from the mid-1800s through the mid-1900s of the campus of the Michigan State Normal School (1849-1898), Michigan State Normal College (1899-1955), Eastern Michigan College (1956-1958) and Eastern Michigan University. The collection is organized alphabetically by building names or purposes of space.
The Caribbean Student Association collection documents a student organization that exists to create a community for students at Eastern Michigan University of Caribbean decent. Members in the Caribbean Student Association (CSA) come from anywhere in the Caribbean including the Virgin Islands, the Bahamas, Trinidad and Tobago, Barbados, South America, Jamaica, and Suriname. The collection includes an photograph album circa 1996.
The Multicultural Center collection documents an organization on campus that is dedicated to cultural learning and exploration on campus. The collection includes financial transactions, budget and programs, clippings, correspondence, events, VHS resource tapes, and scholarships. Records date from 1989-2011. The collection is arranged alphabetically.