Brooklyn Brauner
Staff Reporter
Brooklyn Brauner serves as a staff reporter for the City desk, covering Nonprofits and Social Services throughout New Haven, in addition to serving as the Thursday Newsletter Editor. Originally from Wisconsin, she is currently a sophomore in Grace Hopper College studying Political Science.
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University of New Haven workers protest against ‘second-class treatment’

Workers represented by local hospitality union UNITE Here Local 217 demanded that university administrators sign a proposed union contract with the hopes of increasing wages and providing health care to union members.

‘Shining Light on Truth’ exhibition opens

The New Haven Museum premieres its newest exhibition featuring the essential history of enslaved and free Black people in New Haven and at Yale.

The Nourish Project promotes healthy aging at two local senior independent living facilities

The Dwight Hall undergraduate organization is seeking to remedy many of the societal detriments the New Haven elderly community has been facing following COVID-19.

City hosts a reading of Ruby Bridges’ newest book for New Haven students

The Boys and Girls Club of New Haven hosted a read-aloud as a part of a“Ruby Bridges Storytime”event last week.

From walker to wide receiver: Joey Felton ’24

Following his recovery from spondylolisthesis, the Yale wide receiver rejoins his teammates for the 2022 and 2023 seasons.

The Friends Center for Children expands free housing facilities for low-wage educators 

Two new single mothers and their children will move into the newest complex sponsored by the Teacher Housing Initiative.

USAID and Career High School host a conference on environmental justice

USAID Counselor Clinton White returns to New Haven to emphasize the urgency of climate change and encourage young voices on the matter.

New Haven Reads hosts 11th annual spelling bee fundraiser at Yale School of Management

The Yale Department of Linguistics won the 11th annual spelling bee hosted by New Haven Reads on Friday, Oct. 20.

Yale launches a chapter of Partners in Health Engage

This year, an ambitious, justice-oriented quartet of Yale sophomores inaugurated the nation’s newest chapter of Partners in Health Engage in collaboration with Dwight Hall.

YTV: Weekly Roundup Week of 10/2 – 10/6

Producers: Olivia Cevasco, Nydia del Carmen and Max Sternlicht Editors: Olivia Cevasco, Linda Zhou and Bronwen Pailthorpe Camera: Nydia del Carmen Sound: Nydia del Carmen […]

Local high school’s BioScience Club introduces students to careers in science

Career High School teacher Huan Ngo runs the 20 person club alongside Yale Professor Jun Lu in a collaboration with the Yale Stem Cell Center and the Yale Department of Genetics.