On p. 3 Wednesday, two bylines were incorrectly stated. Chelsea Feinstein wrote ‘Congressional aide: Sotomayor a sign of Hispanic progress, education and activism are the ‘key” and Lydia Hausle wrote ‘Social networking has become ‘number one’ job recruiting tool, career experts say.’
In a staff editorial on Monday (‘Keep students in the loop,’ April 27) it was incorrectly stated that the Boston University emergency alert system was not used to keep Warren Tower residents up to date on the electrical malfunction and power outage that forced the evacuation of the dormitory.
In a news story Wednesday (‘College Protestors Arrested,’ page 1), it was incorrectly stated that Christina Prested was a graduate student at University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill due to a reporting error. Prested is a graduate student at Boston University.
In a news story Thursday (‘Art collectors more interested in pieces’ history, experts say,’ page 1), it was incorrectly stated that Morag Kersel was a Department of State consulting archaeologist due to a reporting error. Kersel is a research associate with the Oriental Institute at the University of Chicago.
In a news story Thursday (‘Writer became El Dorado explorer for The New Yorker,’ Feb. 26, p. 3), it was incorrectly stated that The New Yorker writer David Grann said the lost city of El Dorado was more advanced than ancient Egypt due to a reporting error.