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A Tuesday article [“Proposal for Daytime SafeRide May Be Implemented Next Fall”] referred incorrectly to two student government officers. Parul Deora ’04 is the outgoing Undergraduate Association vice president, not president. Michael R. Folkert G is the incoming Graduate Student Council vice president, not president.

A Tuesday article [“Network Upgrades Planned for Four Dorms”] misstated the distribution of funding within MIT for a network upgrade project. Roughly 30 percent of the project will be paid for by the Residential Life Office’s $900,000 contribution, not half of it. Information Systems will contribute $2.9 million.

A sports article Tuesday about hockey playoffs [“NHL Playoff Season, Round One: What to Look for, What to Expect”] referred incorrectly to the Anaheim Mighty Ducks. It was the Edmonton Oilers, not the Mighty Ducks, who won the Stanley Cup five times from 1984 through 1990. The Mighty Ducks have never won the Stanley Cup.