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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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.

Local vaccination campaign hopes to increase youth vaccination rates

The “Rock the Vax” vaccination campaign targets New Haven’s youth population with various incentives.

New Haven city officials and staff pose for a photo inside the center during the event. From the left: Ward 30 Alder Honda Smith, director Maritza Bond, Robb Blocker, Carolyn Kinder