It was a crazy week to say the least. Chock full of concerts, sports, and even a demolition, shooting this week was a blast. Check them out.

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World-renown DJ, A-Trak plays a free show to a raucous crowd in the EMU Ampetheater on May 7, as part of the Mallard Madness festival. (Rachelle Hacmac/Oregon Daily Emerald)

Sixth, seventh, and eighth grade girls start the middle school mile at the Oregon Twilight track meet at Hayward Field Friday May 7, 2011. (Rachelle Hacmac/Oregon Daily Emerald)

Samantha Zorn of Unity School's King's Krew Dance Company performs at EMU Amphitheater May 7, 2011 as part of the Willamette Valley Music Festival. (Rachelle Hacmac/Oregon Daily Emerald)

A demolition company contracted by Essex General Construction worked on May 6 to tear down a quarter block of houses at 17th and Pearl. Von Klein Property Management allegedly prematurely terminated the leases of those occupying the cluster of houses. (Alex McDougall/Oregon Daily Emerald)

Freshman Brett Thomas slid safely into home plate avoiding the tag from Oregon State catcher Carter Bell. The Ducks would go on to record a 7-2 victory over the then No. 3 Beavers. (Alex McDougall/Oregon Daily Emerald)

A raucous crowd rocked out the Eugene-born musician RJD2 in the EMU Amphitheater on May 6 as part of Mallard Madness. The crowd became so raucous during RJD2's set that the show's coordinators threatened to end the show early. (Aaron Marineau/Oregon Daily Emerald)

Aaron Borden from Bend inks Chris Cook from Bend during the Tattoo Convention on May 7 at the Lane Events Center in Eugene. Cook was on the table for more than five hours. "After a while," he said, "it feels like a bad sunburn." (Jamie Lay/Oregon Daily Emerald)

 

Dainel Winn won his heat of the 1500m with a time of 3:49.39 at the Oregon Twilight meet at Hayward Field Friday May 6, 2011. (Alex McDougall/Oregon Daily Emerald)

Second baseman Kaylan Howard snags a bouncing line drive at Howe Field on Saturday, May 9. In addition to her infield play, Howard had one hit, one walk, and one run in the Ducks' 2-0 victory over the Stanford Cardinal. (Aaron Marineau/Oregon Daily Emerald)

Young dancers performed at the 44th Annual Mother's Day Pow Wow at McArthur Court May 7, 2011. The festivies stretched all weekend long, continuing the next day with a free salmon bake at the Many Nation’s Long House on University campus. (Rachelle Hacmac/Oregon Daily Emerald)

University student Tyree Harris opened, along with Portland-based band The Secret Whistle, for RJD2 as part of Mallard Madness on Friday, May 6, 2011. (Ivar Vong/Oregon Daily Emerald).

Drummers participated in a drum circle during the 44th Annual Mother's Day Pow Wow on May 7, 2011. (Rachelle Hacmac/Oregon Daily Emerald)

Safiya Morgan, 3, and her father Scott Morgan stopped for a portrait at the ASUO Street Faire on May 5. (Ivar Vong/Oregon Daily Emerald)

Boulder Running's Paul Michel leads the first heat of the 1500 meter race, with Oregon freshman Boru Guyota on his tail at the Oregon Twilight meet at Hayward Field Friday May 7, 2011. Guyota ended up winning the race with a time of 3:47.47, Michel placed fifth with 3:49.14. (Rachelle Hacmac/Oregon Daily Emerald)

Hundreds of students threw up the 'O' and chanted for an encore after world-reknown DJ, A-Trak finished his set Saturday night as part of the Mallard Madness festival. (Michael Ciaglo/Oregon Daily Emerald)


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