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An OUPD cruiser parked outside the department’s headquarters in Scott Quad. (FILE)
Yunirika and Yonitika Asnawa perform Cendrawasih, the Northern Bali dance of the bird of paradise, during the First Annual World Music and Dance Concert on Friday, Feb. 11, 2011 at Templeton-Blackburn Memorial Auditorium. The event, directed by Paschal Yao Younge and Zelma Badu-Younge, featured music and dance from twelve different countries.
Caitlin Brennan poses holding one of her favorite necklaces at Beads & Things, in Athens, Ohio, where she buys most of the beads for her jewelry. Caitlin began beading and selling her work on Etsy when she was 15, a sophomore at Athens High School. She stopped selling them when she started attending OU, but still makes jewelry. (Erin Corneliussen | Multimedia Editor)
Andy Grammer performs on Tuesday evening at Templeton-Blackburn Alumni Memorial Auditorium. (Erin Corneliussen | Multimedia Editor)
The salt-and-pepper shaker set called Picasso-Goat by Ron Koehn won the Schuyler Cone Award of Distinction. It is on display in the Starbrick Clay National Salt & Pepper Shaker Show at the Starbrick Gallery in Nelsonville. (Erin Corneliussen | Multimedia Editor)
Vice President Joe Biden speak at the 2012 Ohio National Newspaper Convention in Columbus, Ohio on Feb. 9, 2012.
Members of the Athens Jewish community socialize before Seder at Hillel at Ohio University. The Jewish faith organization will host a back-to-school barbecue for returning and new OU students. Besides hamburgers and hot dogs for sustenance, the get-together will also have other food and enterntainment, such as cornhole and music. (ERIN CORNELIUSSEN | File Photo)
Rolla Merriman, the chemistry storekeeper, poses in Clippinger Laboratories Friday. After 30 years at Ohio University, Merriman is one of 150 employees who, as of yesterday, confirmed their retirement or voluntary separation from the university. (Erin Corneliussen | PICTURE EDITOR)
Ohio catcher Trace Voshell reacts after Akron scored another home run during Friday's game against Akron at Bob Wren Stadium. The Bobcats lost the game, 13-3. Their next game is Thursday against Miami.
Bryan Benchoff, vice president for University Advancement, gives a talk on philanthropy April 14 at the Multicultural Center in Baker University Center. Benchoff was named to his position Tuesday and will begin work July 15. (Erin Corneliussen | PICTURE EDITOR)
Alex Kloeppel and Alicia Knife, members of the team OU Choirs for a Cure, walk laps during Relay for Life Saturday, Apr. 15, 2010 at Pruitt Field. The event is held every year to raise money to find a cure for cancer.
Ohio's Emily Pifer, Juli Accurso and Annie Beecham compete in the 1500 meter run during the Ohio Open on Saturday at Pruitt Field. The Bobcats swept the event with Accurso winning the event and Beecham placing second. Their next event is the MAC Championships Thursday through Saturday.
Silir Angin Kalam Ali, 3, waits for the parade of flags to begin during last year's international fair. This year's street fair will occur from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, May 21.(Erin Corneliussen)
Drew O’Bryan as Polly and Justine Blocksom as Jesse help Eb Madson as Gaily Gay change during a rehearsal of Man Equals Man yesterday in the Forum Theater. Man Equals Man, the spring School of Theater play directed by Brian Evans, will be performed today through Saturday and next Wednesday through Saturday. (Erin Corneliussen | PICTURE EDITOR)
Izze Kaukonen, daughter of Vanessa and Jorma Kaukonen, and Phil Jacobs socialize before Seder begins while Zev Haworth asks his father, Kevin Haworth, an English professor at Ohio Unviersity, about the pronunciation of lyrics contained in songs in the Haggadah at the Hillel yesterday.
Sophomore Tyler Tettleton (left) and freshman Kyle Snyder (right) pose for a portrait Monday in Peden Stadium. Tettleton and Snyder are both vying to be the starting quarterback. (Dustin Lennert | STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER)