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An article in Friday's Herald ("Panelists discuss being gay in the business world," April 10) quoted Kyle Poyar '10 as saying that Brown University does not give medical coverage benefits to domestic partners. In fact, same-sex domestic partners are covered under the University's Health coverage plan, "subject to meeting specific eligibility criteria," according the the University's Benefits Enrollment Decision Guide, as posted on the Human Resources Web site.

An article in Monday's Herald ("W. lax falls to No. 20 Cornell squad in Ithaca," April 13) incorrectly stated that goalie Maddie Wasser '10 was put in at halftime and made only one save on seven chances. In fact, Wasser was put in the game 15 minutes into the first half, where she saved three of five shots. In the second half, she made one save on seven shots. The Herald regrets the error.

An article in Monday's Herald ("Simultaneous Passover and Easter causes for celebration," April 13) reported that the traditional seder hosted at Hillel on April 8 was presided over by Rabbi Mordechai Rackover. The traditional seder was in fact run by Ethan Tobias '12.



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