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An article last Tuesday [“SEVIS Fee Under Consideration”] misquoted the vice president of the Graduate Student Council, Michael R. Folkert G. In an e-mail response to an interview request, Folkert wrote of the Department of Homeland Security's proposed $100 international student fee, “it appears that this is something that the US Government is planning to do, not MIT (although, in either case, it still represents yet another burden for our beleaguered international population).” He did not say, “This is just another fee for our beleaguered international students.”

An Oct. 28 front page photo caption failed to list one of the sponsors of the Night Market, held on Friday, Oct. 24. The event was sponsored by the Asian American Association, Chinese Students Club, and the Association of Taiwanese Students.

Because of an error of wishful thinking, the Oct. 28 front page mistakenly referred to the day of the week as Friday. The issue was published on Tuesday.