The editorial “University’s global expansion should take past failures into account” (Forum, Nov. 15) incorrectly stated that the Heinz College program in Australia is being closed. This program has no plans to be suspended; it is the CIT program in Greece that has been suspended.

In the article “Asian Student Leadership Conference engages campus” (News, Nov. 15), “Sara Lee” should have been spelled “Sara Li,” and her major was incorrectly stated as computer science. Li’s correct major is chemistry.

“Pittsburgh’s many LGBT-friendly resources” (Pillbox, Nov. 15) was incorrect in captioning a photo as the ALLIES office. The office in the picture was actually SOHO, Carnegie Mellon’s primary LGBT resource center, located in Room 325 in the University Center. The article also referred to the Gertrude Stein Memorial Bookshop and Saint Elmo’s Outwords on East Carson Street in the South Side, but both establishments have closed.

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