The week in photos: June 19-25

| Author: Aaron Mills | Media Contact: Aaron Mills

Some of the top photos from Central Michigan University events and activities during the week of June 19-25, as captured by University Communications.

A large group of people sit in an auditorium looking at a movie screen showing a documentary as four televisions flank the sides of the room showing the same documentary.
In recognition of Juneteenth, the Office for Institutional Diversity, Equity and Inclusion screened the documentary “Juneteenth: Faith & Freedom” in the Sarah and Daniel Opperman Auditorium inside the Charles V. Park Library.
Six people sit in chairs on the stage of an auditorium with a host standing near a podium off to the side. A large group of people looks on from their seats.
Following the screening, a panel of students and professionals led a discussion about the history and importance of Juneteenth.
Approximately 25 soon-to-be college freshmen sit in groups of three at small, square tables for College of Business Administration orientation inside the brightly-lit atrium of Grawn Hall.
Students attending new student orientation met in the Grawn Hall atrium to learn more about the College of Business Administration.
Small, white flowers bloom and are blurred in the foreground with the focus of the photo on Charles V. Park Library, a large, brick building, in the background.
Flowers bloom next to the Charles V. Park Library on the first day of summer.
A long, dark corridor with many windows inside the Biosciences Building.
A look inside the Biosciences Building from the second floor.

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