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Corrections: Jan. 23 – Feb. 8

The following corrections were issued to Daily articles published between Jan. 23 and Feb. 8. “Stanford halts research with Huawei,” published Tuesday, Feb. 5, was corrected to reflect that the Faculty Senate Committee was informed of the Provost and President’s decision to enact the moratorium, rather than partaking in the approval. The Daily regrets this…

Corrections: Jan. 14 – Jan. 22

The following corrections were issued to Daily articles published between Jan. 14 and Jan. 22 “Facebook documentary producers talk secrecy,” published Friday, Jan. 17, was corrected to reflect the correct spelling of Anya Bourg’s name. “Liu named Churchill scholar,” published Thursday, Jan. 18, was corrected to accurately name the winner of last year’s Churchill Scholarship.

Retraction notice

The Daily has chosen to retract this article because the information it detailed was off-the-record and part of a private small discussion. The Daily did not indicate that it would be recording or reporting at the event and did not ask sources for quotes on-the-record. We regret this error.

Editor’s Note: Retraction

On July 25, 2017, The Stanford Daily ran an article discussing graduate student concerns over construction protocol and potential lead and asbestos in Escondido Village. That story did not meet The Daily’s requirements for anonymity and independent verification of facts and has therefore been removed. The Daily regrets this error.