Corrections:A page 3 article, “Campus fungal research mushrooming,” in the Oct. 15 Daily cited outdated data on the known and estimated number of fungi species. The total number of fungi species could number as many as 5.1 million, according to an American Journal of Botany study, and about 99,000 species of fungi have been described. The article also misstated the acronym for the Assembling the Fungal Tree of Life project. The correct acronym is AFTOL.
Corrections: A previous version of this article incorrectly identified the relationship between the number of jobs that the construction and deconstruction industries create. Deconstruction creates five times the number of jobs as demolition does, according to the report.
Corrections: An earlier version of this article incorrectly described proceedings in an alleged case of animal cruelty brought against the Imperial College London by the British Union for Abolition of Vivisections. The college was recently cleared of the charges by the British government.
Corrections: Due to an editing error, a comment in a previous version of this article was inaccurately attributed to College of Design Dean Thomas Fisher. Fisher said the University should increase its reliance on internal cost cutting to manage tuition.
Corrections: A previous version of this article incorrectly stated the relationship between foreign terrorist recruitment in Cedar Riverside and what demonstrators' notion that there a lack of resources in the area. Protesters said a dearth of opportunities and resources for local young people was behind foreign terrorist organizations’ recruitment of local residents.
Corrections: A previous version of this article inaccurately stated the number of Minneapolis businesses that currently offer gender-neutral restrooms, according to the Minnesota Transgender Health Coalition. The number is 21.
Corrections: A previous version of this article incorrectly described how a possible courtesy bench ordinance amendment would function. A 20-year advertisement deal where private companies would keep a majority of the profit and the city would collect a cut of the rent revenue, is a hypothetical option and isn’t part of the current proposal.