Sai Rayala
Staff Reporter
Sai Rayala reports on Yale-New Haven relations. She previously covered climate and environmental efforts in New Haven. Originally from Powell, Ohio, she is a sophomore in Timothy Dwight College majoring in History.
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Student-run HAVEN Free Clinic adapts to telehealth models

As COVID-19 cases continue to rise in New Haven, the HAVEN Free Clinic has adapted to telehealth models and expanded its services to meet community […]

Local organizations participate in Giving Tuesday

On the Tuesday after Thanksgiving, New Haven organizations participated in a worldwide fundraising effort known as Giving Tuesday. Giving Tuesday is a “global generosity movement” […]

SCC plans modified events to lift spirits for the class of 2021

As the pandemic continues to disrupt the traditions of a normal year at Yale, one group of class representatives, the Senior Class Council, has quickly […]

Beaver Hills sees slight uptick in crime

Beaver Hills, like most neighborhoods in New Haven, has experienced a decrease in overall crime over the past decade. However, it has experienced a slight […]

DeLauro faces opposition in upcoming Congressional election

The congressional race for Connecticut’s 3rd district is heating up as the incumbent,  15-term House representative Rosa DeLauro, faces opposition from Republican opponent Margaret Streicker. […]

Two former Yale World Fellows named to Queen’s Birthday Honours list

On Oct. 10, former Yale World Fellows Nizam Uddin and Baljeet Sandhu were named to the Queen’s Birthday Honours 2020 list for their contributions to […]

Quality remains an issue in city’s COVID-19 racial data

Despite the recent decline in New Haven’s coronavirus cases, the issue of data quality surrounding COVID-19 patients — specifically unknowns in the patients’ race or […]