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A June 9 article [“2004 President Resigns In Plagiarism Scandal”] misstated one word in a sentence used by Alvin M. Lin ’04 to apologize for plagiarizing another class officer’s platform, and consequently misstated the relationship between that sentence and one used by President Clinton. They were not identical. In an e-mail to the class, Lin wrote that his actions “constituted a crucial lapse of judgment,” not a “critical lapse of judgment” as Clinton admitted in 1998 about his relationship with Monica S. Lewinsky.

A March 11 pop review [“Enslaving the Masses”] misstated the name of the drummer performing in the band Burning Brides. He was Jason Kourkounis, not Mike Ambs. Ambs was formerly a drummer for the group.