Photo staff presents its best photos of the week from March 13 to March 19.

Ann Arbor residents Anthony ellis and Trinity Gahm make Irish themed food for the cook out at Downtown Home and Garden for St. Patrick’s day on Tuesday. (Amanda Allen / Daily)

Alcides Postma plays for the Rollin’ Pistons in Pi Kappa Phi’s wheelchair basketball event at the Sports Coliseum on Wednesday. (Delaney Ryan/ Daily).

Hartland resident CJ Meckes plays for the Rollin’ Pistons in Pi Kappa Phi’s wheelchair basketball event at the Sports Coliseum on Wednesday. (Delaney Ryan/ Daily)

LSA Freshman Kelly Guerin enjoys the warm weather playing catch on Palmer Fields Monday. (Rita Morris / Daily)

Black Lives Matter protestors file behind Ann Arbor Mayor Christopher Taylor at a City Council meeting at City Hall on Monday. (David Song / Daily)

LSA senior Madeleine Frabotta, head of dancer management, leads a line dance at the 18th Annual Dance Marathon at the Indoor Track and Field Building Saturday. (Grant Hardy / Daily)

Four year old Jackson Taughbert, part of a family in Dance Marathon, plays basketball at the 18th Annual Dance Marathon at the Indoor Track and Field Building Saturday. (Grant Hardy / Daily)

Groove, a high energy percussion student group, performs for the early morning Dance Marathon Rave at the 18th Annual Dance Marathon at the Indoor Track and Field Building Sunday. (Grant Hardy / Daily)

Adrian residents Jeff Hewitt and Connie Zilka share an afternoon drink during St. Patrick’s Day at Hop Cat Tuesday.(Luna Archey/Daily)

LSA junior Stacy Lecznar makes bubbles on the Diag while enjoying the warm weather Monday. (Rita Morris / Daily)

Engineering freshman Rahul Hingorani enjoys the warm weather playing tennis on Palmer Fields Monday. (Rita Morris / Daily)

Stamps School of Art and Design graduate student Mike Bianco presents part of his work titled Trophallaxis which concerns the difference in Honey depending on its source and processing as part of the Masters of Fine Art Thesis Show opening Friday (Robert Dunne/ Daily)

UMPD Officer David Hawkins makes his rounds Tuesday night on campus. (William Lynch/ Daily)

Kyra Gaunt, Michigan alum and associate lecturer at Baruch College, speaks on expanding diversity in the arts at the Dental Building Thursday. (Zach Moore / Daily)

Hans Hansen and Hannah Weaver performs with the iMPACT Youth Percussion Ensemble at Rackham Auditorium Thursday. (Zach Moore / Daily)

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