An article on Tuesday about the struggle to build a transit line between Durham, N.C., and Chapel Hill, N.C., attributed an erroneous distinction to Mark-Anthony Middleton, a Durham City Council member. He attended Duke Divinity School, but he does not hold a degree from the university.
An article on Friday about the “Jexodus” movement said that Elizabeth Pipko attends the Harvard Extension School, not Harvard University. The extension school is part of the university. She does not attend Harvard College.
A picture caption with an article on Friday about former Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr.’s response to concerns about his age as a factor in a possible presidential run misstated his age. He is 76, not 78.
A picture caption with an article on Page 1 about the mental health initiative ThriveNYC misidentifies the location of a community class. It took place at the Metropolitan College of New York, not Manhattan College.
An article on March 13 about lower-profile sports at the center of the college admissions scandal misstated the profession of William Singer. He worked in the college counseling business; he is not an intellectual property lawyer.
An article on Friday about the 50th anniversary of the novel “Slaughterhouse-Five” omitted one of Kurt Vonnegut’s children. In addition to children from his first marriage, Vonnegut had a daughter, Lily, from his second.
An art review of the exhibition “Siah Armajani: Follow This Line” misspelled the name of an art collective. It is known as Slavs and Tatars, not Slavs and Tartars.
An article on Friday about the comics publisher Artists, Writers & Artisans misidentified Bill Jemas’s roles at Marvel and AWA. He was chief operating officer and publisher at Marvel, not a vice president; and he is the chief executive and publisher of AWA, not the chief operating officer and publisher.
ARTS & LEISURE
An article on Page 19 about the exhibition “Broken Nature: Design Takes on Human Survival” in Milan misstates the end year of the data represented in “Room of Change.” It is 2400, not 2040.
A picture caption with an article on Page 17 about band reunion tours, using information from the source, misstates the year the picture was taken and one of the band members on stage. The photo was of the band Kiss in 1982, not 1984, and the picture included Ace Frehley, not Tommy Thayer.
An obituary on Wednesday about the author Rachel Ingalls referred incorrectly to her graduation from Radcliffe. She graduated in 1964, not 1962, and she did not graduate cum laude.
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