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August 30, 1999
Two Frat Houses Yield to Academic Way
The new walkway, expected to be constructed next summer, follows the guidelines of the campus master plan, which calls for a more pedestrian-oriented campus that encourages interaction between faculty, staff and students.
Larry Schilling, university architect, said the houses, previously occupied by Sigma Phi Epsilon and Delta Chi, were razed by Manafort Brothers Construction Co. at a cost of $70,000. Work began in mid-August, after Schilling received approval from the Connecticut Historical Commission to demolish the structures, which were on the National Register of Historic Places.
The fraternities were moved to other locations.
Nutmeg Grille announces specials of the month
If using one of these specials, please tell your server at the time of ordering.
The social hour for September is on Monday, September 23, from 4:30-6:30 p.m. Enjoy a cocktail with your friends. Complimentary buffalo wings and a cheese platter will be available.