Corrections:A previous version of this letter inaccurately attributed a quote and its source's title. The quote was said by Christopher Coogan, and this version of the letter has been changed to reflect that.
Corrections:Correction: A previous version of this story incorrectly stated when TargetExpress will open in Dinkytown. It opens for a soft opening on Wednesday, July 23, but will have an official grand opening on Sunday.
Corrections: A previous version of this story incorrectly stated the group who earned average ACT scores of nearly 25 in 2003 and almost 28 in 2013. Freshmen who enrolled in the University during those respective years earned the scores.
Corrections: A graphic accompanying a previous version of this story provided incorrect information regarding what University office faculty should contact if they are concerned about an international student and have questions about cultural differences. The guidelines state that faculty should contact International Student and Scholar Services.
Corrections: A previous version of this story incorrectly identified punishments for if a resident doesn't register from his or her home address. There are no punishments for putting misinformation on a voter's register form. The story also incorrectly identified the types of votes registered at the mailbox. None of the people who attempted to vote from the address were absentee.
Corrections: An earlier online version of this story incorrectly stated what Liebert said about the tool. She said because the database pulls the information from a census and about 97 percent of employers use the state’s unemployment insurance, the tool has no errors.
Corrections: A previous version of this story inaccurately stated University Spanish and global studies senior Julia Potach's remarks on why the policy change occured. She said while it stemmed from the work of immigrant rights advocates, it could have been a measure to cut down on costs and liability.