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A story in the Feb. 10 issue [“Rush Events Limited To Designated Times”] misstated Johnny T. Yang’s ’04 position in the Dormitory Council. He is the Vice-President of DormCon, not a co-chair of the Undergraduate Association committee on housing and orientation.

A men’s basketball photo on the back page misidentified the player and action taking place. The caption should have read:

“MIT guard Michael W. D’Auria ’06 launches a jumper as he is fouled from behind by a Clark University player. D’Auria would go on to sink the third point from the free throw line.”

An article in the Feb. 13 issue [“Matchup Inspires Online Love”] misstated the name of the student whose computer is currently hosting the MIT Fling service. She is Jennifer J. Tu ’05, not Jennifer T. Tu.

Another Feb. 13 article [“MIT Begins Conducting Student Billing Online”] misstated when a paper bill will be sent to students. It will be sent on Feb. 19 and was not sent on Feb. 13.