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A list of MIT winners of the Dirac Medal on Friday [“Wilczek, Guth Win Awards For Physics Achievements”] misidentified one. Professor of Applied Mathematics Daniel Z. Freedman, not Institute Professor Jerome I. Friedman, won the Dirac Medal in 1993. The article correctly reported that Jerome Friedman won the Nobel Prize in 1990.

A Friday article [“MIT Ceremonies Look Back on Sept. 11”] misstated the surname of a student who spoke at the Sept. 11 all-community campus gathering. She is Jyoti Agarwal ’03, not Agrawal.

Because of an editing error, another Friday article [“Coffeehouse Reduces Operating Hours”] incorrectly recorded a quotation from Jay K. Cameron ’05. Speaking about students visiting the Student Center Coffeehouse during the day and early morning, he said, “That’s kind of crazy,” not “That Coffs kind of crazy.”