CorrectionsThe photograph of President Susan Hockfield in the Sept. 1 issue was taken by Arthur J. Petron, not Ricardo Ramirez.
A Sept. 1 article about fraternity rush incorrectly stated that each fraternity spends at least $15,000 on rush. The sentence should have said that some fraternities spend $15,000 or more. There are 27 fraternities, not 26 fraternities. In addition, Kevin Cho is conducting a study about fraternity cost of living, not rush spending.
The Ask SIPB column in the Sept. 1 issue stated that MIT does not provide Windows XP Professional to every graduate students. In fact, Information Services & Technology extended the Microsoft Campus Agreement to graduate students last April, making Windows XP Professional available to them.