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A new statewide poll shows that Ohioans haven't warmed up to Akron's rebranding as "Ohio's polytechnic university."

A Ball State University graduate has teamed with two others to create "Dayo" a new app that could be an Instagram killer.

Bowing Green State University's Dr. Susan Brown weighed in on how marriage can affect the aging process.

The defense in a Lockport, New York homicide case aims to hire Dr. Francis Gengo, a neurologist and a professor at the University at Buffalo, to testify as a "drunkenness expert."

Central Michigan defensive back Derrick Nash has been hospitalized for the last three weeks, and has been fighting acute lymphoblastic leukemia dating back to the spring of 2013.

A 20 year old Eastern Michigan University student ranked all 88 episodes of "Bob's Burgers." This is what they're doing at Eastern Michigan University.

Kent State University has received a $330,000 grant from the National Science Foundation to study Cambodian genocide.

Jury selection has begun in Justin King's UMass rape trial.

A new partnership with Miami University and Sinclair Community College will give MU students access to drone equipment and facilities.

Let Northern Illinois graduate Alan Yong tell you about DNotes, the "currency of the future."

Richard Vedder of Ohio University's Center for College Affordability sees loan forgiveness as "the first step toward moving toward free college for all."

"To ensure UT football continues to bring people together, players will determine on their own any personal preparation methods to help them mentally prepare to play the game we love." Matt Campbell says no more pregame team prayer for the Rockets.

Western Michigan head coach P.J. Fleck  was one of four MAC coaches named to the "top 15 coaches on the rise for 2015" as chosen by Athlon Sports.