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Despite a tuition freeze at the University of Akron, juniors and seniors can expect to see a 12 percent spike in the price of tuition next school year.

Ben Breiner of The Star Press takes a look at 2015 Ball State University football against the preview magazines who have been unkind to the Cardinals.

Here's a good read about the unlikely friendship that developed between former Buffalo basketball players Will Regan and Xavier Ford.

Central Michigan football announced that the number 21 jersey of Derrick Nash, who recently passed away after a battle with leukemia, will serve as a legacy number and rotate among different players throughout the season.

Not an Eastern Michigan University specific story, but you have to read about Michigan's new "padlock law" that was recently enforced for the first time in Ypsilanti.

Big business today, pet therapy on college campuses actually got its start at Kent State University in 2005.

Former UMass big man Cady Lalanne, had 12 points on 5-for-13 shooting, five rebounds and two blocked shots in the Spurs' 74-71 win over the Philadelphia 76ers in NBA Summer League play.

5 year old Liam Kaufman, who was diagnosed with leukemia earlier this year, signed with the Miami RedHawks this week.

A former NIU consultant, who was improperly reimbursed $32,000 in travel expenses, has not yet returned that money to the university.

With an injury to Tigers first baseman Miguel Cabrera, former Ohio Bobcat Marc Krauss is getting a chance to start for Detroit.

A major master planning effort means the University of Toledo could be shrinking.

A Western Michigan University duo recently won a $10,000 award for their invention, NeoVent, a respiratory support device designed to treat critically ill infants in developing nations.