In the Feb. 23 article on the sociology symposium, The Daily Cougar referred to the symposium as the "Coach-Stone Symposium," but it was actually called the "Couch-Stone Symposium."
Additionally, Aimee Krouskop, graduate sociology student, was improperly quoted as saying that she participated in the event for "public speaking and professional presenting experience."
Finally, Gary Alan Fine, a professor from Northwestern University presented information about the Holocaust. During his presentation he suggested that there were 1.5 to 1.7 million fewer than the accepted figure of six million deaths in the Holocaust. The article suggested that he thought there had only been 1.5 to 1.7 million deaths.
In Tuesday's issue of The Daily Cougar, Tony Koveleski's name was spelled "Tony Kovelesky" in the article on sex in UH bathrooms.
Also, the headline on the article on the Communication Disorders Program said that COMD would be separating from HFAC, when, in fact, it is only separating from the School of Communication.