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February 28, 2011 - 11:38pm

Photos of the Week: 2-18-2011



Students from the Egyptian Student Association assemble on the Diag to celebrate the resignation of former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak on Friday, February 11.(HALEY HOARD/Daily)


Sophomore Mo Elsouri gives a red rose to an unexacting girl in the diag on Monday, February 14, 2011. He and his friends decided to hand out 96 red roses, stating that "the best rose to receive is an unexpected rose." (ALLISON KRUSKE/ DAILY)

Tiffany Royal, owner of Arcade Barbers, holds a mirror for LSA Sophomore Skyler Fulton after his haircut on February 14th 2011 in Nickels Arcade. Fulton said that he had made a packed to get a haircut after his video Pursuit of Jappiness got over 100,000 hits on Youtube. (SAM WOLSON/Daily).


Alison Davis-Blake, who will become the new dean of the Ross School of Business in August, speaks at an event introducing her to the Business School community. Davis-Blake comes to the University from the Carlson School of Management at the University of Minnesota, a position she has held since 2006. (TODD NEEDLE/Daily)


Sophomore guard Darius Morris (4) reacts after a game against Illinois at Assembly Hall in Champaign, IL on Wednesday, Feb. 16, 2011. Michigan lost the game 54-52. (JAKE FROMM/Daily)

The Michigan Athletic Training Team performs at the Mock Rock comedy-variety show. Mock Rock is an event featuring athletes that raises money for charities, this years charities include Child and Family Life program of C.S. Mott Children's Hospital, Michigan Autism Partnership (MAP), and Student-Athletes Leading Social Change (SALSC). February 16, 2011. (HANNAH CHIN/Daily)

Members of the synchronized swimming team practice their routine at Canham Natatorium on February 14, 2011. (TODD NEEDLE/Daily)


LSA senior Anastasia Henderson walks through sidewalk-wide puddles on Feb. 17, 2011. Unseasonably warm temperatures have melted snow piles around campus and created an inconvenience for those walking through the diag. (CHRIS RYBA/Daily)