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| by Kevin Stankiewicz

Trustee Bob Diamond ’73, P’12 spoke with CNBC news about the possibility of Colby delaying the start of school in order to ensure students have a full academic year on campus. 

“One of the things that we’ve decided as a leadership of the college, and as of a board of trustees, that even if we had to delay the first semester as late as December or January, we could still run a full year of in-person education,” Diamond, former Barclays CEO and Colby College trustee, told CNBC. “Diamond, appearing on ‘“Squawk Box, said the school was ‘very, very focused’ on finding a way to safely conduct in-person classes for its roughly 2,000 students.” 

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