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Editor's note

During the course of its standard copy-editing process, The Herald discovered that portions of an article scheduled for publication on Oct. 29 used language from another source without proper quotation or attribution. The passages in question were corrected, and The Herald reviewed all of the reporter's ...


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Correction

An article in Thursday's paper ("Wertheimer '10 wins UCS presidency," Apr. 23) incorrectly stated that Juan Vasconez '10 was elected chair of the Undergraduate Finance Board, and that Jose Vasconez '10 was elected vice chair of UFB. In fact, Jose Vasconez was elected chair, while Juan Vasconez was elected ...


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Corrections

The editorial in Tuesday's Herald ("Another bump in the wall," April 21) incorrectly stated that Rhode Island teachers are not currently under contract. In fact, Providence teachers are not currently under contract.An article in last Thursday's Herald ("Staff hope for increased child care," April 16) ...


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Editor's Note

Earlier this month, The Herald published a letter signed by Philip Kloss '11 ("Transfers a valuable addition to Brown," April 10). Since its publication, the editors have learned that no student with that name is currently enrolled at Brown.


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Correction

An article in Monday's Herald ("Transfer students embrace life at Brown," April 20) incorrectly referred to Melea Atkins '10 as the Head Transfer Student Adviser. In fact, Atkins, Carly Hudelson '10 and Chelsea Harris '09 are transfer orientation coordinators.


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Corrections

A story in Wednesday's Herald ("Corporation will consider ‘young alum' positions," April 15) incorrectly reported that the proposed young alumni trustees would be elected through the Brown Alumni Association. In fact, according to Vice President for Public Affairs and University Relations Marisa ...


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Corrections

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, ...






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