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Annual Colors of Rhythm Performance Turns 20

April 6, 2016

Communications Staff

Photo credit: Pang Fei Chiang

Students perform on March 30 in Finney Chapel for the 20th annual Colors of Rhythm (CoR) production. Since its inception, CoR has provided a forum for artists and performers of color to honor and celebrate their culture, while also providing an opportunity for other campus communities to demonstrate support.

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