In “RIAA issues an additional pre-litigation notice” (Oct. 22, p. A2), The Hatchet mistakenly classified an e-mail sent to a GW student as a pre-litigation letter. The letter was a Digital Millennium Copyright Act notice.
In “Grad programs draw foreign students” (Oct. 18, A6), The Hatchet misidentified the Council of Graduate Schools as the Counsel of Graduate Schools.
In “Greek Brief: Pi Kappa Phi holds War of the Roses fundraiser” (Oct. 18, p. A2), The Hatchet mistakenly reported that the War of the Roses is the main competition among sororities on campus. War of the Roses is one such competition. The Hatchet also mistakenly described the Miss Push America competition as the week-long fundraiser’s main event; this event is a minor one.
In “Knapp vows to lower tuition” (Oct. 22, p. A1), The Hatchet erroneously reported on University President Knapp’s plans to lower tuition. Knapp hopes to make GW more affordable through financial aid, merit scholarships, fixed tuition and other means.
This article appeared in the October 25, 2007 issue of the Hatchet.