Photos of the Week: March 18-24, 2016

Tuesday, March 22, 2016 - 2:57pm

Dance 2XS performs at the NewMICH Speak Out on the Diag on Monday.

Dance 2XS performs at the NewMICH Speak Out on the Diag on Monday. Buy this photo
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The Michigan Daily's photo staff presents their photos of the week for March 18-24, 2016 photos from a hip-hop summit, The Vagina Monologues, and Brandon Stanton, the creator of "Humans of New York."

LSA sophomore Olivia Furano, LSA senior Becca Langsam and LSA freshman Carly Marten demonstrate about how difficult it is to look at one's own vagina at The Vagina Monologues performance on Saturday night at Rackham Auditorium.

LSA sophomore Olivia Furano, LSA senior Becca Langsam and LSA freshman Carly Marten demonstrate about how difficult it is to look at one's own vagina at The Vagina Monologues performance on Saturday night at Rackham Auditorium. Buy this photo
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A performer from Element 1 breakdances at the Hip Hop summit at the Michigan League on Saturday.

A performer from Element 1 breakdances at the Hip Hop summit at the Michigan League on Saturday. Buy this photo
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Jon Carlson and Greg Lobdell, who are heading the revival of the Pretzel Bell, explain their vision for the new restaurant at its location at the corner of Main and Liberty on Monday.

Jon Carlson and Greg Lobdell, who are heading the revival of the Pretzel Bell, explain their vision for the new restaurant at its location at the corner of Main and Liberty on Monday. Buy this photo
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Ann Arbor Mayor Christopher Taylor smiles as he gives a speech to his supporters in preparation for the upcoming election. City Council members and local supporters gathered at the Ann Arbor Brewing Company on Tuesday evening to hear Mayor Taylor Speak.

Ann Arbor Mayor Christopher Taylor smiles as he gives a speech to his supporters in preparation for the upcoming election. City Council members and local supporters gathered at the Ann Arbor Brewing Company on Tuesday evening to hear Mayor Taylor Speak. Buy this photo
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UM alum Jordan Zielke discusses the creation of Golden Design Co.'s "Born in Detroit 1889" mural, which he and his partner hand-painted on the side of Detroit's Carhartt building. At 200-by-55 feet, the mural stands three stories tall and overlooks I-94.

UM alum Jordan Zielke discusses the creation of Golden Design Co.'s "Born in Detroit 1889" mural, which he and his partner hand-painted on the side of Detroit's Carhartt building. At 200-by-55 feet, the mural stands three stories tall and overlooks I-94. Buy this photo
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Rackham student Kimberly Brink presents the robot Nao she has worked with for research at the Living Lab Symposium at East Hall on Saturday.

Rackham student Kimberly Brink presents the robot Nao she has worked with for research at the Living Lab Symposium at East Hall on Saturday. Buy this photo
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LSA sophomore Madeline McCabe speaks to passerbys to raise awareness for the Red Cross International Humanitarian Law Action Campaign on the Diag on Thursday.

LSA sophomore Madeline McCabe speaks to passerbys to raise awareness for the Red Cross International Humanitarian Law Action Campaign on the Diag on Thursday. Buy this photo
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Brandon Stanton, creator of "Humans of New York," speaks about his experiences interviewing and photographing strangers at the Power Center on Thursday.

Brandon Stanton, creator of "Humans of New York," speaks about his experiences interviewing and photographing strangers at the Power Center on Thursday. Buy this photo
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Ann Arbor resident Tim Rexin speaks with Hank Kelley, an AECOM transportation planner, about handicap accessibility concerns at an information session on plans for a light rail train system in Ann Arbor at the Ann Arbor District Library on Thursday aftern

Ann Arbor resident Tim Rexin speaks with Hank Kelley, an AECOM transportation planner, about handicap accessibility concerns at an information session on plans for a light rail train system in Ann Arbor at the Ann Arbor District Library on Thursday aftern Buy this photo
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