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THE WEEK IN PHOTOS: MU Senior Send Off, Hickman prom

Sunday, May 6, 2012 | 6:51 p.m. CDT; updated 8:55 p.m. CDT, Monday, May 7, 2012

*An earlier version of this article provided an incorrect link to a story about Columbia College's two commencement ceremonies.

COLUMBIA — Photos from MU's Senior Send Off, Columbia College's commencement and Hickman prom were some of the best photos by Missourian staff in the past week.

In a photo by Sam Gause, MU seniors run toward the MU Columns during the Senior Send Off on Thursday on Francis Quadrangle.

In a photo by Nick Agro, Courtney Jorgenson walks off the stage after receiving her diploma during the first of two May commencements Saturday* at The Arena at Southwell Complex at Columbia College.

In a photo by Nick Agro, Hickman seniors Ashton Rhine and Josh McKinley pose by family and friends for photos at Shelter Gardens before their prom Saturday evening. The prom was held at Holiday Inn Executive Center.

In a photo by Nick Agro, engineering students Andrew Kitson and Matthew Muenks look up as their weather balloon rises into the sky Saturday. Attached to the balloon is a camera meant to capture photos of the curve of the Earth.

In a photo by Andrew Mitchell, John Richardson takes a break from his bike ride to watch some of Wednesday's game between the Missouri Tigers and the Murray State Racers. The two teams played a double header.

Supervising editor is Frank Russell.


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