Photo staff presents its best photos of the week from March 26 to April 2.
Political Science Prof. Mika LaVaque-Manty works with students in the three semester course on higher education that he co-teaches with Materials Science Prof. Joanna Mirecki Millunchick. The course aims to allow students to reinvent the university experience. (Amanda Allen /Daily)
Rapper and MC Matt Daniels performs at the pre-Hash Bash Electric Dance Music concert on the Diag Friday. (Connor Bade/Daily).
Students participate in a candlelight vigil on the Diag Wednesday night to honor the 148 killed in the terrorist attack on Garrisa College in Kenya. (Delaney Ryan/Daily).
University President Mark Schlissel speaks at his fireside chat at the Union Wednesday. (Delaney Ryan/Daily)
Guitarist Laith Al-Saadi performs the Star Spangled Banner at Hash Bash on the Diag Saturday. (Connor Bade/Daily)
LSA senior Michael Moreno practices slacklining on the Diag on Monday. (David Song/Daily)
Violinist Tsu-Hao Kuo plays Bach’s Fuga from Sonata no. 3, Britton Recital Hall on Monday. (David Song/Daily)
LSA freshman Chandani Wiersba performs for Michigan TAAL in That Brown show at the Power Center on Friday. (Grant Hardy / Daily)
LSA junior Balaji Veluswamy and LSA Freshman Liam Weisenberger perform for Michigan Izaat in That Brown show at the Power Center on Friday. (Grant Hardy / Daily)
The Michigan Raas Team performs in That Brown Show at the Power Center on Friday. (Grant Hardy / Daily)
LSA freshmen Marah Brinjikji and Lane Tobin try to find the frequency of a rotating string at Randall Thursday. (Irene Kim/Daily)
Students participate in a vigil on the Diag Wednesday to honor the 148 people killed in the terrorist attack on Garrisa College in Kenya. (Paul Sherman/Daily)
LSA Senior Haylie Stewart performs the self-directed “I am Illness” as part of The Illness Narratives at the Keene Theater in East Quad on Friday. (Robert Dunne/Daily)
Cass Lake, MN, resident Marquel Crawford performs at the 43rd Annual Dance for Mother Earth Powwow at Skyline High School on Sunday. (Robert Dunne/Daily)