Corrections

Jun. 24, 2015
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A previous subheadline for this article inaccurately stated what city officials were discussing.  They were discussing allowing locations other than places of worship to serve as homeless shelters. 

Jun. 24, 2015
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A previous version of this misquoted a source on the reason for Schlapper's departure.  He left for personnel reasons. 

Jun. 24, 2015
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A previous version of this article feature a quote from a source who inaccurately described air pollution levels in developed countries along with the emissions control technologies used in other countries.  

 

Jun. 24, 2015
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A previous version of this article incorrectly stated how University classes were involved with the program. 50 classes were adapted for the program. An accompanying graphic incorrectly stated the cost for a city to participate. Rosemount paid $40,000.
Jun. 17, 2015
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A previous version of this article incorrectly described the new degree. It will be a Master of Human Rights program.

By
  • Jessie Bekker and Ethan Nelson
Jun. 10, 2015
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Due to an editing error, a previous version of this article incorrectly stated how far Roland fell in the Bunge grain elevator. She was 140 feet above the ground when she slipped and fell three stories within the elevator. 

Jun. 03, 2015
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A previous version of this article incorrectly stated the date the new application questions will be used. They will go on the application for fall 2016.
Jun. 03, 2015
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A previous version of this article inaccurately described civil service and professional and administrative employees. They are employee groups. The same version also inaccurately described what the study is examining. It examines career paths. The previous version incorrectly stated what would happen to employees whose pay was higher than their new classifications pay range. Pay will be frozen for three years, and if the pay is still higher, it will be cut.

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. 

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