Yesterday’s article “YCC punishes rule breaches” gave the wrong reason for why the Election Commission halved the spending limit for presidential candidate Alan Kennedy-Shaffer ’06. Kennedy-Shaffer was reprimanded for sending mass e-mails, but penalized for passing out unapproved campaign buttons five days too early. In addition, the article incorrectly reported the number of Thefacebook.com friends Kennedy-Shaffer e-mailed. He did not send e-mails to all of his friends.
The March 30 article “Study says Tourette drug did not cause death” inaccurately described the warning that accompanies the drug Geodon. It carries a “bolded warning,” a lower level advisory.