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Corrections: Sept. 18 – Oct. 4

The following corrections were issued to articles published in print between Sept. 18 and Oct. 4.  “Juul CEO steps down amid federal pressure,” published Sept. 26, was corrected to reflect that San Francisco’s ban affects e-cigarettes that have not been reviewed by the FDA, not all e-cigarettes.  “Marty Stepp resigns amid Title IX investigation,” published…

Corrections: May 28 – May 31

The following corrections were issued to articles published between May 28 and May 31: “Chinese access to research questioned,” published Wednesday, May 29, was corrected to reflect an upcoming conference organized by a physics professor had already passed at the time of publication. “Students debate abortion,” published Wednesday, May 29, was corrected to reflect that…

Corrections: May 21 – May 24

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…
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