NEW HAVEN: The Academic Science & Laboratory Building at Southern Connecticut State University has been certified LEED® Gold. The building and the faculty effort was recognized by Business New Haven in 2016 for its unique environmental properties with a CT Green Business Award.
The nearly 104,000-square-foot building was originally targeted for LEED® Silver, by the University. All new academic buildings in Connecticut must meet the Leed Silver environmental standards. According to Centerbrook Architects the designer of the building, it scored 63 points on the LEED® scale to ear the BD+C (Building Design + Construction) Gold.
BRANFORD – A tutoring and educational consulting company has moved into space on Main Street.
Lizotte Learning Consultants LLC signed a five-year lease for 1,600 square of office space at 1008 Main Street. The business, owned by Brian Lizotte, provides tutoring and consultation services for students working to get admitted into boarding schools and college preparatory schools.
Amy Nix of Levey Miller Maretz of Woodbridge was the the sole agent in the transaction, representing the tenant and the landlord, 665 Foxon Road LLC.
Lizotte Learning Consultants LLC signed a five-year lease for 1,600 square of office space at 1008 Main St. The business, owned by Brian Lizotte, provides tutoring and consultation services for students working to get admitted into boarding schools and college preparatory schools.
NEW HAVEN: If Yale students find a reason to protest the 2017 Yale Class Day speaker they may have most of America and God himself, herself[?] to deal with.
Theo Epstein, president of baseball operations for the Chicago Cubs of Major League Baseball and former general manager of the Red Sox, will be this year’s Class Day speaker on Sunday, May 21, during Commencement weekend.
A graduate of Yale College (Class of 1995), Epstein is a former sports reporter and sports editor at the Yale Daily News.
As General Manager of the Red Sox he helped deliver the World Series to Boston fans after a wait of 86 years – and he was only 30 at the time.
Apparently either success went to his head, or he was up for another challenge when he joined the Chicago Cubs as president of baseball operations. Cubs fans had loser bragging rights that even surpassed the Red Sox. They hadn’t won a world championship sinceRoosevelt was president, that’s Theodore Roosevelt.