– In the “Global journalist, alumnus visits UM” story that ran in the Nov. 3 issue, it should have said that the movie Vujity Tvrtko contributed to was “One Water”, not “One World”.

– Veronica Sepe contributed to the “Student arrested, charged with hit and run” article in the Nov. 7 issue.

– It should have been stated in the Nov. 7 issue that President Donna E. Shalala’s quote from her appearance on the “Off the Wire” comedy show was tongue-in-cheek. It was said in response to a question from host Spencer Weinkle about the athletic department’s new no-tolerance policy.

November 10, 2006


The Miami Hurricane

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