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The article “Language Houses Struggle for Members” on Friday rendered remarks incorrectly from Miriam L. Sorell ’04, the French House president. Because of students leaving French House, two rooms that have in the past been used as triples (and were used as doubles last semester) are now singles, not doubles.

Because of an editing error, the same article included an incomplete reference to a “Gresh” working with language houses to recruit new members. He is Ricky A. Gresh, the assistant director of student life programs.

A photo caption on Tuesday misstated the competition-winning time of Nicholas O. Sidelnik ’05 in a 400-yard swimming medley. The time was 4:08.62, not 4:05.62.

A Friday sidebar on voting methods [“Arrow’s Theorem Proves No Voting System is Perfect”] referred incorrectly to the position of candidates in the 1992 U.S. presidential election. It was President George H.W. Bush, not H. Ross Perot, who was running for reelection.

A photo caption last Friday gave an incorrect middle initial for a UA vice presidential candidate. He is Harel M. Williams ’05, not Harel H. Williams.