BOULDER, Colo — Michael Foote was looking forward to students returning to Boulder.
Since this summer he’s owned D.P. Dough, a calzone shop on The Hill next to the University of Colorado Boulder campus. College students are his primary customer base.
“I want to say 85%,” Foote said. “They’re a huge asset to our company, and we need them.”
But as COVID-19 cases on campus rise, and new public health orders limit the movements of young people, Foote said it’s hurting his business.