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CORRECTION

In an article published in the Oct. 4 print edition and online, titled “Splash re-opened after temporary closing,” one Boston University student who had attended Splash was misquoted as saying: “Every time I’d been there, there was space and places you could go to get to the stage.” There is in fact no “stage” at Splash […]

CORRECTION

In an article published in the Sept. 18 print edition and online, titled “H1N1 vaccine may worsen symptoms, study finds,” the author wrote that ferrets in a study were issued an H1N1 vaccine before being exposed to the H1N1 virus, after which they experienced worse symptoms than ferrets that did not receive the H1N1 vaccine. […]

CORRECTION

In an article published in the Nov. 10 print edition titled “‘Rhee-act: Bostonians protest suggested privatization of education,” the author wrote that according to fliers handed out at the protest, WGBH paid Michelle Rhee $50,000.00 to speak. However, this is incorrect. WGBH did not pay or contribute any money. Rhee came as part of The […]

CORRECTION

In a staff edit from Nov. 2, titled “Bearing the Cross,” the opinion editor unintentionally did not attribute the background information cited in the first three paragraphs. The opinion editor reviews many publications and draws upon many sources when developing the views that we express in our editorial. Unfortunately, in this case, the editor was […]

CORRECTION

In an article published in Monday’s issue, titled “MBTA may shut down program for elderly, disabled,” the author incorrectly attributed a quotation– that asked for a fare increase rather than a service cut to save The Ride program, and called Bostonians “whiney”– to Melissa Dullea, the MBTA director of planning and schedules. The quotation was […]