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Feb. 21 2019: The article “Totally Wicked: Partying for a Cause” was updated to reflect that Sisters’ Circle is not a part of Black Student Union, that it is a support group rather than a campus club, and that the group did not draw inspiration from other specific benefit parties when choosing a theme.

Feb. 5, 2019: The article Gun Violence Forum Shows All Talk, No Action was updated to show the correct forum date, Feb. 3.

Oct. 15, 2018: The article “Senior Senate seat still vacant” was updated to correct the misspelling of senior Kyrra Nielson’s last name.

Sept. 24, 2018: The article “ASCLUG candidates disqualified” was updated to reflect that the decision to disqualify was made by the elections committee, and not the ASCLU Senate.

Sept. 18, 2018: The article “Kingsmen defeat Lutes in season opener” was missing the full name of senior Kayden Clements.

March 20, 2018: The article “CLU’s new 2018-2019 Senate director elected” was removed from the website because of falsified information.

March 12, 2018: In the Issue 14 article “Balancing the roles of student and single mother,” the name Tanvi Patel was misspelled.

March 12, 2018: In the article “Growing need for mental health help in universities” Elisabeth Turner’s name was misspelled; CAPS also have two full-time clinicians, a post-doctoral resident, a part-time clinician, and temporary part-time clinician, not four full-time clinicians.

March 5, 2018: Anna Schlosser featured in the article “Track and field captain ready to lead” from Issue 14 no longer competes as a heptathlete due to a torn labrum. She currently competes in three track and field events: the high jump, relays and 400-meter.

Feb. 27, 2018: The photo on “Multitalented sophomore pursues all her interests” was incorrectly credited. It was taken by Saoud Albuainain.