Guidelines to protect campus free speech described in an Oct. 24 On the Campus story updated policies outlined in the University’s Rights, Rules, Responsibilities handbook. Protesters who interrupt a speaker and who continue after being notified they are in violation of University policy will be referred to the Judicial Committee of the Council of the Princeton University Community, not the Committee on Discipline.

A Sept. 24 letter from President Eisgruber ’83 and Dean of the Faculty Sanjeev Kulkarni stated that “the presumptive minimum penalty in any case of sexual harassment must be a one-year unpaid suspension from the faculty.” An Oct. 24 On the Campus story omitted the term “presumptive.” The letter was released the same day that Professor Sergio Verdú was informed of his dismissal for violating Princeton’s policies prohibiting consensual relations with students and requiring honesty and cooperation in University matters; a University spokesman said the timing was coincidental.