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CORRECTION: Get to know your 2013-14 men’s basketball team

In the print version of The Daily Free Press’ Basketball Preview Issue published on Nov. 7, a photo spread entitled “Get to know your 2013-14 men’s basketball team” misidentified three players: The photo labeled as junior guard Dylan Brossman is a photo of now-graduated Patrick Hazel. The photo labeled as sophomore forward Justin Alston is […]

CORRECTION: BU faculty drummer releases electronic EP

It came to the attention of editors today that material in the story profiling BU faculty drummer AJ Schortman was untrue and fabricated. Some of the interviews were never performed, and the corresponding quotes were therefore invalid. We have retracted the story to ensure accuracy and credibility. We apologize for any inconvenience or confusion this […]

From the Board of Directors

Dear Readers, As illustrated by a posting on XOJane on Thursday, the Crime Logs sections of The Daily Free Press have repeatedly published callous sub-headlines making light of serious issues and inadvertently exploiting victims of crime for humor. On behalf of the Board of Directors of The Daily Free Press, we sincerely apologize for these […]

CORRECTION: Kennedy greets T riders amid complaints on campaign’s activities

In an article published online on Nov. 1, titled “Kennedy greets T riders amid complaints on campaign’s activities,” the reporter wrote that the Joe Kennedy III congressional campaign did not wish to comment on a complaint filed with the Federal Elections Commission — regarding potentially illegal campaign activities — by press time. This is incorrect. […]


In an article published in the Oct. 23 print edition and online, titled “NSTAR’s monopoly in Boston utilities nearly inescapable, advocacy groups say,” Patrick Mehr, spokesman for the Massachusetts Alliance for Municipal Electric Choice, was quoted as saying there is no way to be an upstart gas and electric distributor because no one can compete […]