In the Oct. 26 article, GW students share poetry, prose and music at an open-mic night, the number of students who was actually around 125 to 150 people.
In the Oct. 21 article, University plans to upgrade GWTV, Director of the Electronic Media Program David Liban, should not have been quoted as saying that the School of Media and Public Affairs curriculum was faulty. Liban should also have been quoted as saying the Electronic Media department offers courses in television production. The article also should have differentiated between GWTV and the Electronic Media Program. According To Liban, GWTV is a self-contained unit that has little to do with the Electronic Media Program.