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Akron is at it again. The university that offers a degree in rust is pairing with Kent State to form the Forensic Archeology Field School. The program takes so much preparation, including the decomposition of bodies, that it's only been offered three times in ten years.

Charnice Milton, an honor student who graduated from Ball State and later Syracuse with her master's degree in journalism, was shot and killed in Washington, D.C. on May 27th. Milton was a contributing reporter for Capital Community News.

Philip F. Xie, professor of tourism, leisure and event planning at Bowling Green, weighed in on the 10 best and worst spots for a "staycation."

Kimberly S. Walitzer, Ph.D., deputy director of the University at Buffalo's Research Institute on Addictions, contributed to an article about the affects alcohol has on every part of your body.

A former Central Michigan University student is putting the finishing touches on a children's book geared towards "Yoopers" that he began working on in 2007.

An 18 year-old high school senior has overcome blindness to earn a 4.2 grade-point average, was named valedictorian, and will be attending Eastern MIchigan in the fall.

A new Kent State University program is geared towards minority and low-income students who likely would not have have the means to travel overseas and experience a global education.

The U.S. Department of Justice reported this week that MIami University failed to accommodate students with disabilities and provide them with technology needed to learn.

Researchers at Northern Illinois University determined that every extra minute a plane stands idle at an airport gate costs $30.

On Saturday the Ohio University Singers performed on stage with the Rolling Stones at Ohio Stadium in Columbus.

A video featuring Toledo head football coach Matt Campbell from 2012 has led the Freedom From Religion Foundation, an atheist activist group, to call for an investigation. A Toledo graduate brought the video to the attention of the organization, calling Campbell's participation in prayer a "constitutional violation."

Tuition rates for the 2015-16 school year will be at the top of the agenda when the Western Michigan University Board of Trustees meets on June 3rd.