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Vol. 111, No. 10

For The Record

For the record

Published in the July 6, 2011 issue

The introduction to an interview with Thomas W. Morris ’65 about the future of orchestras (A Moment With, June 1) incorrectly described his work with the Philadelphia Orchestra. Morris led a task force advising that orchestra two years ago; it is not a new appointment. The...

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For the record

Published in the April 27, 2011 issue

Carolyn Edelstein ’10 GS was the writer of the “What role for Blairs­town?” Campus Notebook story in the April 6 issue. Her name was omitted inadvertently from the story.

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For the record

Published in the April 6, 2011 issue

The class year of civil-rights pioneer Nicholas Katzenbach ’43 was reported incorrectly in a March 23 Campus Notebook article. The memorial for Gerhard P. Hochs­child *41 in the Feb. 9 issue incorrectly stated that he had no survivors. Hochs­child is survived by his daughter,...

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Published in the March 2, 2011 issue

In a Jan. 19 Campus Notebook story on a survey of graduate students, satisfaction data for campus services were based on the population of doctoral students who had used each of the ­services.   The photo of Professor Bernard Chazelle that accompanied the “Last academic...

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Published in the February 9, 2011 issue

A memorial for George A. McAlmon Jr. ’46 in the Dec. 8 issue contained incorrect information about his education. He graduated in 1946 with a ­bachelor’s degree from the School of Public and International Affairs.

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