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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 07, 2022

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At Wednesday night’s regular ASUC meeting, senators discussed SUPERB’s referendum plan for the upcoming election and the push by the Office of the External Affairs Vice President, or EAVP, to remove the SAT or ACT requirement from the UC application.
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At Wednesday night’s regular ASUC meeting, senators discussed SUPERB’s referendum plan for the upcoming election and the push by the Office of the External Affairs Vice President, or EAVP, to remove the SAT or ACT requirement from the UC application.
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In collaboration with several outside organizations, UC Berkeley has implemented two cameras to hopefully catch the raptors’ hatching season this year. Leaders from East Bay Regional Parks, the Institute for Wildlife Studies, the Museum of Vertebrate Zoology at Berkeley, or MVZ, and the Golden Gate Raptor Observatory, or GGRO, crowdfunded over $14,500, from 172 donors, for the cameras and their installation.
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In collaboration with several outside organizations, UC Berkeley has implemented two cameras to hopefully catch the raptors’ hatching season this year. Leaders from East Bay Regional Parks, the Institute for Wildlife Studies, the Museum of Vertebrate Zoology at Berkeley, or MVZ, and the Golden Gate Raptor Observatory, or GGRO, crowdfunded over $14,500, from 172 donors, for the cameras and their installation.
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The three chicks hatched mid-April, and the runner-up names were Cam, Pan and Ile, according to campus spokesperson Roqua Montez.
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The three chicks hatched mid-April, and the runner-up names were Cam, Pan and Ile, according to campus spokesperson Roqua Montez.
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After hosting thousands of newly admitted students on Saturday during Cal Day festivities, UC Berkeley will soon welcome the latest additions to the campus community: a clutch of peregrine falcon eggs currently incubating in a nest on the Campanile.
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After hosting thousands of newly admitted students on Saturday during Cal Day festivities, UC Berkeley will soon welcome the latest additions to the campus community: a clutch of peregrine falcon eggs currently incubating in a nest on the Campanile.
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A pair of rare peregrine falcons have, once again, made the Campanile their home. This time, they will be nesting in a permanent nest box constructed by a local group of volunteers.
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A pair of rare peregrine falcons have, once again, made the Campanile their home. This time, they will be nesting in a permanent nest box constructed by a local group of volunteers.
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About two weeks since a baby peregrine falcon died after flying into Evans Hall, the campus has installed “bird streamers” near the balcony to deter birds from the building in the future.
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About two weeks since a baby peregrine falcon died after flying into Evans Hall, the campus has installed “bird streamers” near the balcony to deter birds from the building in the future.
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Lux, one of two rare peregrine falcons born in the Campanile Tower last May, died Tuesday after flying into a glass-enclosed balcony on Evans Hall’s 10th floor.
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Lux, one of two rare peregrine falcons born in the Campanile Tower last May, died Tuesday after flying into a glass-enclosed balcony on Evans Hall’s 10th floor.
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A pair of nesting peregrine falcons have called the top of the tower home since January. In May, the pair birthed two female eyasses, nicknamed Fiat and Lux by the campus community. Late Monday afternoon, Fiat “fledged,” or took flight, according to Mary Malec. After almost a week of waiting, she and other volunteer ornithologists gathered Thursday to see the second baby take the plunge.
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A pair of nesting peregrine falcons have called the top of the tower home since January. In May, the pair birthed two female eyasses, nicknamed Fiat and Lux by the campus community. Late Monday afternoon, Fiat “fledged,” or took flight, according to Mary Malec. After almost a week of waiting, she and other volunteer ornithologists gathered Thursday to see the second baby take the plunge.
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The Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory announced last week that it will manage an international collaboration to further discoveries about dark matter.
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The Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory announced last week that it will manage an international collaboration to further discoveries about dark matter.
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