The following corrections were issued to Daily articles published between Nov. 17 and Nov. 30.
- “Stanford team continues work on CRISPR detection system following silver medal win at synthetic biology competition,” published on Thursday, Nov. 29, was incorrectly captioned in the print edition of The Daily. While the caption stated that the Stanford iGEM team earned second place, the team did not place second; silver medals were awarded to multiple teams. The Daily regrets this error.
- “University moves toward completion of Title IX investigation into former wrestlers’ accusations of non-physical misconduct by Stanford lecturer,” published on Thursday, Nov. 29, was corrected to reflect that allegations made against Le in relation to his affiliation with the Cardinal Wrestling Club were made this summer, rather than during the previous investigation. It was also corrected to state that the Title IX office was created in 2014, not 2011.
- “Title IX doesn’t cover emotional abuse. What happens when student organizations are left to manage it on their own?,” published on Friday, Nov. 30, was corrected to indicate that Lee and the anonymous second member of Common Origins did not quit the group but rather declined to return after their leadership terms ended. The article was also revised to reflect that James’ attendance at the first Common Origins workshop this fall was square with SAL policy, given that it was a public event.