Sadie Bograd
Staff Reporter
Sadie Bograd covers Nonprofits and Social Services. Last year, she covered City Hall. Originally from Kentucky, she is a sophomore in Davenport College majoring in Urban Studies.
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City receives $2 million for Healthy Homes Program

The program will address mold, radon and other home health hazards.

Inside an overburdened ICU: YNHH employees confront Omicron surge

Staff are feeling a different type of stress as hospitals receive hundreds of COVID-19 patients.

New Pedals location opens on York Street

The smoothie and juice bar opened a third location on 284 York St. in early November, offering a variety of gluten-free and vegan options.

Yale graduate Sarah Miller ’03 wins Fair Haven seat on Board of Alders

The community organizer and Yale graduate wants to be a more engaged representative for the neighborhood.

Full Disclosure: FGLI Yalies Declassified

Five Yale undergraduates share their experiences navigating Yale College as first generation, low income (FGLI) students. Investigating wealth disparities, sellout culture, and more, FGLI students […]

Board of Education discusses rent hike in new Adult Education Center Lease

The New Haven Board of Education decided to renew a lease on the Adult Education Center at its Monday meeting.

Attorney general concerned about illegal look-alike edibles

Connecticut Attorney General William Tong warned about the dangers of cannabis edibles that resemble well-known snack foods in a recent press conference.

Marx Library announces new GIS accelerator

The weeklong workshop will teach participants the fundamentals of geographic information system technology.

NHPS employees must get COVID-19 vaccines or weekly tests

Some New Haven students were met with empty classrooms last Monday after approximately 150 school employees failed to comply with a new statewide vaccine requirement. […]

Yale prepares for return of study abroad programs

At Yale, with vaccinations widely available and the COVID-19 pandemic showing some signs of waning, the Yale Study Abroad team is hopeful that the University […]

Yale’s Solomon Center launches new palliative care policy database

In partnership with the Center to Advance Palliative Care, the Solomon Center introduced a GPS tool to track legislation on palliative care across the country.