An article last Tuesday on the Graduate Student Council elections incorrectly described the past two years’ officer elections as uncontested. While the GSC President elections were uncontested in 2007 and 2008, the Secretary and Treasurer elections have not been. The same article gave an incorrect number of eligible voters for the elections. There are 79 voters, not 69, and they include not only departmental representatives and officers, but also residential representatives and at-large representatives.
Because of incorrect information provided to The Tech by the MIT News Office, an article on Friday, March 20 about the Campus Police gave incorrect information about the newly formed police review panel. The panel will report to President Hockfield and Executive Vice President Theresa M. Stone SM ’76, not to President Hockfield and Provost L. Rafael Reif.