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A front-page article on Friday about the death of freshman Zachary W. Morris incorrectly indicated that video surveillance captured Morris’ fall. In fact, the camera only “caught his image as he explored the dock in a private area,” according to an MIT press release.

Because of an editing error, an opinion piece on Friday about religion and science, “Separate but Equally Important,” included a misstatement in the last sentence of the second paragraph. It should have read “any theory that cannot meet this requirement [of being able to be disproved if incorrect] cannot be said to be incorrect but also cannot be described as scientific.”