Photos of the Week: November 23 - December 1, 2016

Thursday, December 1, 2016 - 10:57pm

Members of Groove, a percussion performance group, give a preview of their upcoming show "Canimal House" on the Diag Thursday.

Members of Groove, a percussion performance group, give a preview of their upcoming show "Canimal House" on the Diag Thursday. Buy this photo
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The Michigan Daily's photo staff presents their photos of the week for November 23 - December 1, 2016 including photos from Santa's visit to Kerrytown, Standing Rock, North Dakota, and Broods opening for Two Door Cinema Club. 

Georgia Nott  of Broods performs at the Fillmore in Detroit, Michigan on November 23, 2016.

Georgia Nott of Broods performs at the Fillmore in Detroit, Michigan on November 23, 2016. Buy this photo
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University alum Yanna Krupnikov, associate professor of political science at Stony Brook University, speaks about implications of the election at the Institute for Social Research on Wednesday.

University alum Yanna Krupnikov, associate professor of political science at Stony Brook University, speaks about implications of the election at the Institute for Social Research on Wednesday. Buy this photo
Claire Meingast/Daily

Hundreds of people stay at campsites at the Standing Rock Sioux reservation in North Dakota to act as water protectors in resistance of the Dakota Access Pipeline on November 29, 2016.

Hundreds of people stay at campsites at the Standing Rock Sioux reservation in North Dakota to act as water protectors in resistance of the Dakota Access Pipeline on November 29, 2016. Buy this photo
Carolyn Gearig/Daily

Deidre de la Cruz , professor of History and Southeast Asian Studies, discusses her book "Mother Figured: Marian Apparitions and the Making of a Filipino Universal" at Hatcher Graduate Library on Wednesday.

Deidre de la Cruz , professor of History and Southeast Asian Studies, discusses her book "Mother Figured: Marian Apparitions and the Making of a Filipino Universal" at Hatcher Graduate Library on Wednesday. Buy this photo
Emma Richter/Daily

Santa greets attendees of the 2016 Kerrytown Tree Lighting Festival in the courtyard of the Kerrytown shops on Sunday.

Santa greets attendees of the 2016 Kerrytown Tree Lighting Festival in the courtyard of the Kerrytown shops on Sunday. Buy this photo
David Song/Daily

David Shambaugh, a professor of political science and international affairs at George Washington University, speaks about relations between China and the U.S. at Weill Hall on Thursday.

David Shambaugh, a professor of political science and international affairs at George Washington University, speaks about relations between China and the U.S. at Weill Hall on Thursday. Buy this photo
Elizabeth Xiong/Daily

LSA senior Nicole Khamis promotes Giving Blue day on the Diag on Tuesday.

LSA senior Nicole Khamis promotes Giving Blue day on the Diag on Tuesday. Buy this photo
Jeremy Mitnick/Daily

Author Alison Swan leads the Eco book club's discussion on sustainable food at Literati book store on Monday.

Author Alison Swan leads the Eco book club's discussion on sustainable food at Literati book store on Monday. Buy this photo
Kevin Zheng/Daily

Sally Churchill, professor of environmental law and policy in the School of Natural Resources and Environment, holds up a copy of the New York Times as an example of how climate change issues are discussed frequently in the Dana Building Tuesday.

Sally Churchill, professor of environmental law and policy in the School of Natural Resources and Environment, holds up a copy of the New York Times as an example of how climate change issues are discussed frequently in the Dana Building Tuesday. Buy this photo
Amanda Allen/Daily