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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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In an unexpected reversal for the species, a surge of Chinook salmon is swimming up Bay Area creeks following autumnal rain.
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In an unexpected reversal for the species, a surge of Chinook salmon is swimming up Bay Area creeks following autumnal rain.
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UC Berkeley’s male peregrine falcon, Grinnell, has been injured in a fight against rival falcons.
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UC Berkeley’s male peregrine falcon, Grinnell, has been injured in a fight against rival falcons.
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The East Bay Municipal Utilities District, or EBMUD, Board of Directors declared a Stage 1 drought April 27, indicating a water shortage that has implications for both Bay Area residents and plant life.
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The East Bay Municipal Utilities District, or EBMUD, Board of Directors declared a Stage 1 drought April 27, indicating a water shortage that has implications for both Bay Area residents and plant life.
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Our democracy doesn't differentiate between students in advocacy clubs and those who are not, so it’s important that we all are civically engaged. 
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Our democracy doesn't differentiate between students in advocacy clubs and those who are not, so it’s important that we all are civically engaged. 
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Berkeley City Council is calling for Vollmer Peak to be renamed amid claims that August Vollmer, after whom the popular hiking destination is named, upheld ideas of white supremacy during his lifetime.
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Berkeley City Council is calling for Vollmer Peak to be renamed amid claims that August Vollmer, after whom the popular hiking destination is named, upheld ideas of white supremacy during his lifetime.
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In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, the East Bay Regional Park District, or EBRPD, launched a webpage called Parks to People on April 10 that features digital learning programs, including an app with virtual and augmented reality capabilities.
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In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, the East Bay Regional Park District, or EBRPD, launched a webpage called Parks to People on April 10 that features digital learning programs, including an app with virtual and augmented reality capabilities.
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The mottled, peeling strips of bark, the tapered leaves, the proud trunks standing tall — there is no doubt that the eucalyptus is a magnificent tree.
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The mottled, peeling strips of bark, the tapered leaves, the proud trunks standing tall — there is no doubt that the eucalyptus is a magnificent tree.
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After much anticipation with a citywide social media following, three peregrine falcon chicks hatched in a nest box on the upper balcony of the Campanile.
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After much anticipation with a citywide social media following, three peregrine falcon chicks hatched in a nest box on the upper balcony of the Campanile.
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A pair of hikers, including campus sophomore Luke Seybold, rescued an unconscious hiker at Dr. Aurelia Reinhardt Redwood Regional Park on Sunday morning.
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A pair of hikers, including campus sophomore Luke Seybold, rescued an unconscious hiker at Dr. Aurelia Reinhardt Redwood Regional Park on Sunday morning.
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After hundreds of thousands of acres of land in California were burned in more than 6,000 fires in 2018, governments and organizations across the state are looking to devise new ways to track and prevent wildfires.
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After hundreds of thousands of acres of land in California were burned in more than 6,000 fires in 2018, governments and organizations across the state are looking to devise new ways to track and prevent wildfires.
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