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Corrections: May 21 – May 24

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The following corrections were issued to articles published between May 21 and May 24.

  • “Nosanchuk talks civil rights law,” published on Tuesday, May 21, was corrected to reflect Matt Nosanchuk’s ’87 JD ’90 alumnus status.
  • “Senate passes first bill on committee reform,” published Wednesday, May 22, has been corrected to reflect that the 21st Undergraduate Senate met on Tuesday, not the 22nd.
  • “‘Repaying the debt:’ Remembering the Chinese railroad workers that built Stanford’s fortune,” published Thursday, May 23, was corrected to show that there was a gold and silver rush in the mid-1800s, not just in 1860.
  • “d.school summit talks food,” published Friday, May 24, was corrected to reflect that the event was hosted by the Center for Design Research inside Peterson Laboratory.

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