Pictures of the week: June 17

 

Josh Ciaburri (left) of Louisville shows his hallmate Quenten Morgan from Berea his new octopus balloon animal made in Clowning class Tuesday, June 14. (Photo by Tucker Allen Covey)
Josh Ciaburri (left) of Louisville shows his hallmate Quenten Morgan from Berea his new octopus balloon animal made in Clowning class Tuesday, June 14. (Photo by Tucker Allen Covey)
Calloway Bills of Russellville works on his story during Writing Boot Camp Thursday, June 16. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Calloway Bills of Russellville works on his story during Writing Boot Camp Thursday, June 16. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Samantha Bailey (from left) of Villa Hills, C.J. Johnston of Leitchfield, and Isaac Bunch of Bowling Green walk down the hill together to get to their second period classes Thursday, June 16. (Photo by Tucker Allen Covey)
Samantha Bailey (from left) of Villa Hills, C.J. Johnston of Leitchfield, and Isaac Bunch of Bowling Green walk down the hill together to get to their second period classes Thursday, June 16. (Photo by Tucker Allen Covey)
Cole LaDow (left) of La Grange plays Magic the Gathering with Samuel McGuire of Boonville, Indiana, after finishing dinner at Fresh Food Company in Downing Student Union Thursday, June 16. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Cole LaDow (left) of La Grange plays Magic the Gathering with Samuel McGuire of Boonville, Indiana, after finishing dinner at Fresh Food Company in Downing Student Union Thursday, June 16. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Hallmates C.J. Johnston (from left) of Leitchfield, Breanne Davis of Knoxville, Tennessee, Emily Slaven of Louisville, and Sarah Pedersen of Barbourville play cards during hall time in Northeast Hall before going to sleep Thursday, June 16. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Hallmates C.J. Johnston (from left) of Leitchfield, Breanne Davis of Knoxville, Tennessee, Emily Slaven of Louisville, and Sarah Pedersen of Barbourville play cards during hall time in Northeast Hall before going to sleep Thursday, June 16. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Stone Boone of Boston, Kentucky, takes inventory of his supply drawer during Chemistry of Everyday Monday, June 13. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Stone Boone of Boston, Kentucky, takes inventory of his supply drawer during Chemistry of Everyday Monday, June 13. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Wearable Recyclables teacher Jenna Neal explains to  Bella Karn of Whitesville how she can use paper to make a tiara that is sturdier and more durable than a normal paper tiara Tuesday, June 14. Wearable Recyclables is designed to teach the campers how useful many things commonly thrown out can be by putting them to unusual uses. (Photo by Tucker Allen Covey)
Wearable Recyclables teacher Jenna Neal explains to Bella Karn of Whitesville how she can use paper to make a tiara that is sturdier and more durable than a normal paper tiara Tuesday, June 14. Wearable Recyclables is designed to teach the campers how useful many things commonly thrown out can be by putting them to unusual uses. (Photo by Tucker Allen Covey)
Aneesha Edwards of Lexington paints a bandana alongside other campers in her counselor group during hall time Thursday, June 16. The girls were painting the bandanas in preparation for SCATS Olympics, where their group will represent Atlantis. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Aneesha Edwards of Lexington paints a bandana alongside other campers in her counselor group during hall time Thursday, June 16. The girls were painting the bandanas in preparation for SCATS Olympics, where their group will represent Atlantis. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Vivian Seidler from Bowling Green works on drawing an outline before she paints in Living out Art History Thursday, June 16. (Photo by Tucker Allen Covey)
Vivian Seidler from Bowling Green works on drawing an outline before she paints in Living out Art History Thursday, June 16. (Photo by Tucker Allen Covey)
Abby Adams-Smith of Bowling Green works to explain the irony in the musical "Wicked" during the similarly named Wicked Irony class Thursday, June 16. (Photo by Tucker Allen Covey)
Abby Adams-Smith of Bowling Green works to explain the irony in the musical “Wicked” during the similarly named Wicked Irony class Thursday, June 16. (Photo by Tucker Allen Covey)
Hannah Gill of Morgantown prepares to test her paper airplane during Creative Problem Solving Monday, June 13, in the Honors College and International Center. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Hannah Gill of Morgantown prepares to test her paper airplane during Creative Problem Solving Monday, June 13, in the Honors College and International Center. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Counselor Peyton Cuzzart leads a game of Pest Control — a spin-off of freeze tag he created that involves roles of mosquitoes, exterminators, and doctors — during mandatory optionals Thursday, June 16, on Centennial Mall. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Counselor Peyton Cuzzart leads a game of Pest Control — a spin-off of freeze tag he created that involves roles of mosquitoes, exterminators, and doctors — during mandatory optionals Thursday, June 16, on Centennial Mall. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Emma McGuffey of Bowling Green dangles her feet while working on a story during Writing Boot Camp Thursday, June 16. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Emma McGuffey of Bowling Green dangles her feet while working on a story during Writing Boot Camp Thursday, June 16. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Audrey Thacker of Louisville reads "The School for Good and Evil" after eating dinner at Fresh Food Company in Downing Student Union Thursday, June 16.  (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Audrey Thacker of Louisville reads “The School for Good and Evil” after eating dinner at Fresh Food Company in Downing Student Union Thursday, June 16. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Sadibou Ceesay (from left) of Berea, Rafi Barreto of Overland Park, Kansas, and Olivia Moore of Bowling Green watch Chemisty of Everyday teacher Amanda Brooks demonstrate a combustive reaction Thursday, June 16. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Sadibou Ceesay (from left) of Berea, Rafi Barreto of Overland Park, Kansas, and Olivia Moore of Bowling Green watch Chemisty of Everyday teacher Amanda Brooks demonstrate a combustive reaction Thursday, June 16. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Zain Hammed (left) and Luke Wilson, both from Bowling Green, play Pterodactyl as an ice-breaker game Sunday, June 12. The goal of the game is to sound and act like a pterodactyl in order to make the opponent laugh. (Photo by Tucker Allen Covey)
Zain Hammed (left) and Luke Wilson, both from Bowling Green, play Pterodactyl as an ice-breaker game Sunday, June 12. The goal of the game is to sound and act like a pterodactyl in order to make the opponent laugh. (Photo by Tucker Allen Covey)
SCATS students walk by Helm Library on their way back to Northeast Hall after their last class of the day Thursday, June 16. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
SCATS students walk by Helm Library on their way back to Northeast Hall after their last class of the day Thursday, June 16. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Emma McGuffey (left) and Alisha Pansuria, both from Bowling Green, discuss the stories they're writing during Writing Boot Camp Thursday, June 16. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Emma McGuffey (left) and Alisha Pansuria, both from Bowling Green, discuss the stories they’re writing during Writing Boot Camp Thursday, June 16. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Seth Pendleton (middle) of Louisville asks Chemistry of Everyday teacher Amanda Brooks a question before the class begina a lab Wednesday, June 15. (Photo by Tucker Allen Covey)
Seth Pendleton (middle) of Louisville asks Chemistry of Everyday teacher Amanda Brooks a question before the class begins a lab Wednesday, June 15. (Photo by Tucker Allen Covey)
Javier Sierra (left) and Austin Wallace, both from Bowling Green, dig for artifacts buried in a mixture of plaster and play sand during Archaeology Thursday, June 16. (Photo by Tucker Allen Covey)
Javier Sierra (left) and Austin Wallace, both from Bowling Green, dig for artifacts buried in a mixture of plaster and play sand during Archaeology Thursday, June 16. (Photo by Tucker Allen Covey)

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