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Why the buildings of the future will be shaped by … you | Marc Kushner

Translator: Joseph Geni Reviewer: Krystian Aparta Today I’m going to speak to you about the last 30 years of architectural history. That’s a lot to pack into 18 minutes. It’s a complex topic, so we’re just going to dive right in at a complex place: New Jersey. Because 30 years ago, I’m from Jersey, and […]

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Exercise Science and Lifestyle Management: Building For Your Future

The Exercise Science and Lifestyle Management program is designed for students who’ve completed a four year degree in exercise, science, kinesiology or human kinetics, who are looking to advance their hands-on skills in an effort to obtain employment in the industry. The amount of hands-on experience that our students gather during the two semesters plus […]

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Sigrid Adriaenssens on making buildings more energy efficient

– SIGRID ADRIAENSSENS: Buildings actually consume about 40% of all the energy in United States. And so if we want to make a big impact on climate change then that’s really where we should be addressing our efforts, on how we can make the energy consumption in buildings lower while maintaining a very good level […]

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The History and Future of Springfield’s Colony Club | Connecting Point | June 11, 2018

>>THE COLONY CLUB AND ELEGANT MEMBERS ONLY FACILITY THAT HAD HOSTED SIX PRESIDENTS IN ITS 103-YEAR HISTORY, SHUT DOWN IN MAY. DECLINING MEMBERSHIP AND CHANGING TASTES LED TO ITS DEMISE. I SPOKE WITH REPORTER JIM KINNEY OF MASSLIVE AND THE REPUBLICAN ABOUT THE CLUB’S HISTORY AND WHERE IT MIGHT GO FROM HERE.>>PERMANENT BUSINESS PEOPLE WANTED […]

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