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A classical review [“Drilling for Gold at the Wind Ensemble”] in Tuesday’s issue (mislabeled “Friday”) referred incorrectly to Professor Evan Ziporyn’s piece “Drill.” The composition has not been lengthened since its premiere a year ago. It remains one movement long.

Another article Tuesday [“MBTA Proposes 25¢ Fare Hike for Bus, Subway”] referred incompletely to a September 2000 MBTA fare increase. Subway fares increased 18 percent, to a dollar from 85 cents, and bus fares increased 25 percent, to 75 cents from 60.

The same article also misstated the subway fare for New York City. It is currently $1.50, not $2. (The fare will rise to $2 on May 4.)

An article last week [“Faculty Unsure on Anti-War Walkout,” March 11] referred incorrectly to a New York Times advertisement voicing opposition to a war in Iraq. It was placed by Professor Joshua Cohen, not by the staff of the publication Boston Review, which Cohen co-edits. Boston Review’s participation was limited to publishing the list of 14,000 intellectuals who endorsed the advertisement.