Don't call it a name change. Call it "repositioning." University of Akron has rebranded and will now be known as, "Ohio's polytechnic university."
Ball State announced Monday that deputy athletic director Brian Hardin will be following AD Bill Scholl to Marquette University.
A former Bowling Green provost who began his academic career at Kent State passed away on Friday at his home in Scottsdale, Arizona. Michael Ferrari was 75.
Former NBA first round pick and 2004 ACC Player of the Year Julius Hodge has been named director of player development at Buffalo.
Suicide is more prevalent among lesbian, gay, and bisexual young adults according to research being done at Central Michigan University.
Monday, an Eastern Michigan student became the youngest public servant in Morenci City's 182 year history when she took a seat on the City Council.
New research from Kent State University suggests that using your smartphone during exercise may result in lower health benefits.
Miami University will award 4,101 degrees on Saturday. Here's a look at the job market that awaits those graduates.
After an undefeated spring tennis season, NIU's Nelle Youel became the first player in school history to be named Mid-American Conference Player of the Year.
Ohio University paid a book dealer in Italy almost $20,000 for manuscripts that date back to the 11th and 9th centuries.
The University of Toledo announced they will break ground on a $24 million inpatient rehabilitation hospital on its Health Science Campus.
The Western Michigan Broncos spent over $400,000 on last December's trip to Boise for the Idaho Potato Bowl against Air Force.