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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 03, 2022

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Claire Daly

Senior Staff News Reporter

Claire Daly is a senior staff news reporter. She joined the news department in summer 2020 and previously worked as lead reporter for the schools and communities beat.

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It was a festive Mother’s Day weekend for Annie the Peregrine falcon, as she welcomed two new chicks Thursday and Friday.
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It was a festive Mother’s Day weekend for Annie the Peregrine falcon, as she welcomed two new chicks Thursday and Friday.
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Things are becoming official for Annie the peregrine falcon’s new Campanile paramour: "New Guy" has been officially named Alden, Cal Falcons announced Monday.
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Things are becoming official for Annie the peregrine falcon’s new Campanile paramour: "New Guy" has been officially named Alden, Cal Falcons announced Monday.
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In a tragic turn of events, beloved Campanile peregrine falcon Grinnell was found dead Thursday afternoon in Downtown Berkeley after being hit by a vehicle.
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In a tragic turn of events, beloved Campanile peregrine falcon Grinnell was found dead Thursday afternoon in Downtown Berkeley after being hit by a vehicle.
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After being announced as missing a day before, Annie the peregrine falcon returned to the Campanile on Tuesday to put a stop to rumors of her death.
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After being announced as missing a day before, Annie the peregrine falcon returned to the Campanile on Tuesday to put a stop to rumors of her death.
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While peregrine falcons are feared predators in the wild, campus’s favorite birds may have a new enemy: drones.
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While peregrine falcons are feared predators in the wild, campus’s favorite birds may have a new enemy: drones.
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Following the deaths of two unhoused men Sunday at Civic Center Park, the Berkeley Police Department announced a plan Tuesday to increase police presence in the park. 
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Following the deaths of two unhoused men Sunday at Civic Center Park, the Berkeley Police Department announced a plan Tuesday to increase police presence in the park. 
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UC Berkeley’s department of electrical engineering and computer sciences, or EECS, announced May 19 that it will no longer consider the Graduate Record Examination, or GRE, in graduate admissions.
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UC Berkeley’s department of electrical engineering and computer sciences, or EECS, announced May 19 that it will no longer consider the Graduate Record Examination, or GRE, in graduate admissions.
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A burger and fries can now be a vegetarian-friendly meal at Stand-Up Burgers, which opened Wednesday at 48 Shattuck Square in Berkeley.
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A burger and fries can now be a vegetarian-friendly meal at Stand-Up Burgers, which opened Wednesday at 48 Shattuck Square in Berkeley.
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BART is offering free rides home to users of Oakland Coliseum’s mass COVID-19 vaccination site, which opened Tuesday and is accessible from the Coliseum BART station.
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BART is offering free rides home to users of Oakland Coliseum’s mass COVID-19 vaccination site, which opened Tuesday and is accessible from the Coliseum BART station.
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Small mammals may be better adapted than birds to the increasing temperatures of California’s deserts caused by climate change, according to a new study by UC Berkeley researchers published Friday.
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Small mammals may be better adapted than birds to the increasing temperatures of California’s deserts caused by climate change, according to a new study by UC Berkeley researchers published Friday.
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