In “Republican senator says Dems can win in 2008” (April 24, Web extra), The Hatchet misattributed a quotation, “by any measure,” to Sen. Chuck Hagel (R-Neb.). Moderator Frank Sesno said the quote.

In “Tickets not needed for Mall event” (May 12, p. B14), The Hatchet erroneously reported that Executive Director of University Events Kathryn Bugg said, “I think it’s safe to leave your tickets at home.” Bugg actually said, “I think it’s safe, don’t leave your tickets at home.”

In “Report: Fire cost $75,000” (May 12, p. A1), The Hatchet misattributed information regarding the source of the fire to a D.C. Fire Department report. The fire report stated that the cause of the fire was “operating equipment,” which was said to be an air conditioner by DCFD spokesperson Alan Etter.

In “Raising the bar” (May 12, p. A4), Steve Miller was misidentified as a cabinet member of former Student Association President Nicole Capp. He was a senior adviser.

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