Corrections

By
  • Youssef Rddad
May. 27, 2015
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A page 5 article in last week's Daily incorrectly stated who would hold patents according to a policy the University Faculty Senate approved. The University would license technologies to companies, but it would retain the patent.

 

May. 07, 2015
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A previous version of this article incorrectly stated Bruce Templeton's involvement with Neil Weir in starting Old Blackberry Way. Weir bought the studio and Templeton helped him by gathering equipment. 

May. 05, 2015
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A previous version of this story incorrectly stated how many rapes near the University have been reported since early March. Two have been reported.

May. 04, 2015
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A page 1 story in Monday's Daily unclearly stated what Gayle Golden said about the Minnesota Daily's future. She said if the Daily's profits don't stabilize, the paper will not exist within three to five years as it does today.
The article also incorrectly stated the Minnesota Daily's money making abilities. The Daily hasn't made a profit in years.
Apr. 29, 2015
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A previous version of this article incorrectly stated the basis for awarding patents. The U.S. Patent Office awards patents based on the first inventor to file. Previously, patents were award based on the time of invention.

Apr. 28, 2015
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A previous version of this article incorrectly stated which type of housing Libby Starling said can be financially difficult.

Apr. 23, 2015
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A column in last Thursday’s Daily, titled "The inevitability of women candidates" incorrectly stated that the Minnesota Student Association never had a female president until last year and that it was MSA’s first all-women ticket to run for and win the elections. There have in fact been numerous past female MSA presidents including Lizzy Shay  and Sarah Shook in the past five years. There have also been past all-female duos such as Nikki Kubista and Erin Ferguson who were elected in 1998.

 

Apr. 01, 2015
Corrections: A previous version of this article used incorrect information from a source that referred to the GPA requirements high school students must meet to qualify for College Possible. Students must have a 2.0 GPA.
Apr. 01, 2015
Corrections: This story has been edited to clarify that officials had begun searching the area before their knowledge of the video was made public.
Mar. 19, 2015
Corrections: A previous version of this article said last month's external report was released by the Association for the Accreditation of Human Research Protection Programs, Inc. The report was managed by AAHRPP and released by the University.
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