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  • A large group of University of Colorado students have a graduation party outside of a home in the University Hill area of Boulder. Boulder County’s “Stay-at-home order” does not expire until May 8. (Jeremy Papasso/Staff Photographer)

  • A University of Colorado student chugs a beer at a graduation party outside of a home on Pleasant Street in the University Hill area of Boulder. Boulder County’s “Stay-at-home order” does not expire until May 8. (Jeremy Papasso/Staff Photographer)

  • A “Quarantine Graduation” sign hangs at an apartment on University Hill on Thursday, May 7, in Boulder. Some University of Colorado students held massive parties in the University Hill area of Boulder for graduation day. Boulder County’s “Stay-at-home order” does not expire until May 8. (Jeremy Papasso/Staff Photographer)

  • BOULDER, CO – May, 7: A University of Colorado student, not identified, holds a praying statue while having a graduation party outside of a home in the University Hill area of Boulder. Boulder County’s “Stay-at-home order” does not expire until May 8. (Jeremy Papasso/Staff Photographer)

  • University of Colorado graduates Kameron Ornelas, left, Stefanie Eikermann and Xander Bradeen throw their graduation caps for their parents, not pictured, as they took photographs on Thursday, May 7, at Chautauqua Park in Boulder. The graduation ceremony was live-streamed without graduates present due to the current coronavirus pandemic. Boulder County’s “Stay-at-home order” does not expire until May 8. (Jeremy Papasso/Staff Photographer)

  • University of Colorado students play beer pong during a graduation party outside of a home on Pleasant Street in the University Hill area of Boulder. Boulder County’s “Stay-at-home order” does not expire until May 8. (Jeremy Papasso/Staff Photographer)

  • A large group of University of Colorado students have a graduation party outside of a home in the University Hill area of Boulder. Boulder County’s “Stay-at-home order” does not expire until May 8. (Jeremy Papasso/Staff Photographer)

  • University of Colorado graduate Kameron Ornelas helps fellow graduate Xander Bradeen fix his graduation cap before taking photos in front of the flatirons on Thursday, May 7, at Chautauqua Park in Boulder. The graduation ceremony was live-streamed without people due to the coronavirus pandemic. Boulder County’s “Stay-at-home order” does not expire until May 8. (Jeremy Papasso/Staff Photographer)

  • A University of Colorado graduate, who refused to give his name, poses with a cup of beer at a graduation party outside of a home on Pleasant Street in the University Hill area of Boulder. Boulder County’s “Stay-at-home order” does not expire until May 8. (Jeremy Papasso/Staff Photographer)

  • A large group of University of Colorado students have a graduation party outside of a home on Pleasant Street in the University Hill area of Boulder. Boulder County’s “Stay-at-home order” does not expire until May 8. (Jeremy Papasso/Staff Photographer)

  • University of Colorado graduate Kameron Ornelas, left, helps tie the shoe of fellow graduate Stefanie Eikermann before taking photographs in front of the flatirons on Thursday, May 7, at Chautuaqua Park in Boulder. The graduation ceremonies were live-streamed due to the current coronavirus pandemic. Boulder County’s “stay at home” order expires on May 8. (Jeremy Papasso/Staff Photographer)

  • A large group of University of Colorado students have a graduation party outside of a home on Pleasant Street in the University Hill area of Boulder. Boulder County’s “Stay-at-home order” does not expire until May 8. (Jeremy Papasso/Staff Photographer)

  • A large group of University of Colorado students have a graduation party outside of a home in the University Hill area of Boulder. Boulder County’s “Stay-at-home order” does not expire until May 8. (Jeremy Papasso/Staff Photographer)

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