Corrections

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This article has been corrected. You may view this article’s correction here.

A caption for an article Friday, “Ex-Harvard grad student convicted” misidentified the crime for which Alexander Pring-Wilson was convicted. He was convicted of voluntary manslaughter.



Friday’s article, “Law may back JAG recruiters,” misquoted Adam Sofen LAW ’05. Sofen said he believed members of Congress have tried to manipulate federal funding to force the Law School to “accede” in discrimination against its students.

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