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Bud and Pat Brown have been the hosts of the Baptist House in Chautauqua Institution for the past nine years. They have been staying in the Baptist House every since they started coming to Chautauqua in 1977.
Chautauqua Institution is a a non-profit adult education center and living community located in Western New York. Originally it was founded as a Methodist learning community in 1878.
LSA sophomore Nick Zoppi helps LSA senior Luke Tobeler hose off after their team, the Flying Eagles, won the 82nd annual Mud Bowl outside the former Sigma Alpha Epsilon house on Saturday.

The Michigan Daily photo staff's photos of the week for October 9-15, 2015. Featured: The Mud Bowl, Jim Harbaugh, the LEAD Scholarship program and more.

Last weekend brought to Michigan the Super Smash Bros. competitive gaming community for The Big House 5 tournament. This tournament aims to highlight and challenge the skills of those gamers who simply love Smash and it’s one of the biggest national tournaments! The Michigan Daily takes you behind the scenes to experience the tournament and to learn about the Smash community.

The Theatre and Drama Department at UM is celebrating its 100th anniversary this year. Thursday, Oct. 8 marked the beginning of the festivities with a very StarKid filled day, including a Q&A panel and a concert.

Alums Joey Richter, Darren Criss, and Lauren Lopez perform at "A Very Starkid Reunion" in honor of the 100th anniversary of the School of Music, Theatre & Dance at the Power Center on Thursday.

Alumni of Starkid gathered for a performance that compiled their popular shows for "A Very Starkid Reunion" in honor of the the School of Music, Theatre & Dance's 100th anniversary at the Power Center.

Five-year-old Logan Sweet, a patient at C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital, plays Xbox with his mother, Krystal Sweet, at the Family Center in Mott’s on Friday.

Photo staff presents their photos of the week for October 2-8, 2015 including the Pops Orchestra's impromptu Diag concert, aerial silk stunts and a mammoth skull.

Students at a local government school present woven reeds to the guests of their annual school show. The students presented skits of what they had learned and traditional dances.

What took me seconds to swipe with a green paintbrush on the world map I painted for the literacy center took an hour of a bumpy and at times terrifying ride from the foothills of the Himalayas into the faces of the mountains.

Candles set on the Block M on the Diag in honor of those affected by the Syrian refugee crisis.

The Michigan Daily's photo staff presents their photos of the week for September 25 - October 1, 2015, featuring shots of Sunday's blood moon, a vigil for Syrian refugees, and senior wide receiver Amara Darboh's one-handed catch during Saturday's game against BYU.