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Oct. 19, 2017
In an earlier version of “Historic footage addresses racism” (Sept. 29), the name of Juste Simanauskaite was misspelled.
In an earlier version of “Folk artists embrace carnival culture” (Oct. 16), the date for the Padua Hills Art Festival was incorrectly given as Nov. 3. The festival will actually be on Nov. 5.
The Campus Times regrets the errors.
Oct. 18, 2017
An earlier version of the photo caption for “Whitney pushes Boy Scouts reform” (Oct. 6) referred to Whitney as a “former Eagle Scout.” He is still an Eagle Scout. The Campus Times regrets the error.
Oct. 9, 2017
An earlier version of “Panel praises women CEOs” (Oct. 6) stated that the Ronald McDonald House in Pasadena opened in 2013. It actually opened in 2004. The Campus Times regrets the error.
Oct. 6, 2017
The first photo in the series “Speaking of politics and literature” (Sept. 29) was incorrectly attributed to Taylor Griffith. The photograph was actually taken by Dorothy Gartsman. The Campus Times regrets the error.
March 31, 2017
In an earlier version of the story “College career ending on high note” (March 24) Terry Dopson’s age at his first performance was misstated. He was 11. In the original photo caption “Mandoline” was misspelled. The Campus Times regrets the errors.
Dec. 12, 2016
The original photo caption for the story “Professor explores nanoscience” (Dec. 9) incorrectly described nanoparticles as being “a substance one billion times smaller than atoms.” Nanoparticles are actually particles that are one billionth times smaller than a meter. The Campus Times regrets the error.
June 20, 2016
An earlier version “Ceremony celebrates faculty, staff” (May 20) mistakenly omitted the name of one of the La Verne Scholars Award winners, Assistant Professor Kanya Godde. The Campus Times regrets the error.
March 11, 2016
In the original version of the story “ULV sets sights on composting with food waste audit” (March 4) the name of Christina Lenches-Hinkel was misspelled. The Campus Times regrets the error.
December 11, 2015
In the story “Fraternity crowns fifth Miss SAE” (Nov. 30), senior Megan Keller was misidentified as a broadcast journalism major. She is actually a broadcasting major with a concentration in radio. The Campus Times regrets the error.
November 20, 2015
In the story “CERT courses prepare for the worst” (Nov. 13), the creation of the CERT program was incorrectly attributed to the Los Angeles County Fire Department. It was actually created by the Los Angeles City Fire Department.
In the photo caption for “Professors reflect on experiences,” senior philosophy major Meaghan McHenry’s name was misspelled and she was misidentified as a junior.
The Campus Times regrets the errors.
October 30, 2015
In the story “Faculty lecture quiets the stigma on silence” (Oct. 23), silence was incorrectly defined. It is the lack of audible signals. Value claiming was mischaracterized. Value claiming is related to the increased possibility of receiving a better deal. Participants in the second study were described as taking on roles in pairs but were instead randomly assigned conditions and then watched videos and took the perspective of either actor-silence, partner silence and non-silence. Those using the actor-silence condition claimed more value. The Campus Times regrets the errors.
October 2, 2015
In the story “Fiesta celebrates Hispanic heritage” (Sept. 25), business administration major Cynthia Ramirez was misidentified as a junior. She is a sophomore. The Campus Times regrets the error.
May 22, 2015
In the story “Students take part in a soul journey” (April 24) the age of the Jain Temple of Southern California was misstated. It was built in 2005. The Campus Times regrets the error.
May 1, 2015
Photographer Celine Dehban’s name was misspelled in the credits for “Baseball sweeps to first in SCIAC” (Feb. 27) and “Software choice is focus of lecture” (April 24). The Campus Times regrets the error.
May 1, 2015
A word in the story “‘Palestine’ lecture sparks debate” (April 17) was misspelled. Khazar is the correct spelling. The Campus Times regrets the error.
April 17, 2015
In the original version of the editorial “Bylaw excludes potential leaders” (April 10), the new bylaw was misstated. Only presidential candidates must have at least one semester’s previous ASULV experience to run.
April 15, 2015
In the original version of the story “Conference stresses issues of sex trade” (March 27), Holly Pratt’s escape from human trafficking was mistakenly attributed to the Family Assistance Program. The Campus Times regrets the error.
April 13, 2015
In the original version of the story “Cyclists pedal way the pounds” (April 10), Shirin Beckett’s cycling experience was misstated. She has been cycling indoors for 10 years, not 18 years. The Campus Times regrets the error.
November 4, 2014
In the original version of the story “Diwali festival illuminates chapel” (Oct. 31), the name of Bharathwaj Nandamukar was misspelled. The Campus Times regrets the error.
November 4, 2014
In the original version of the story “Provost search committee picks three finalists” (Oct. 31), the job title of provost candidate Ramon Torrecilha was misstated. He is the former provost of California State Dominguez Hills, not the current provost. The Campus Times regrets the error.
October 31, 2014
In the original version of the story “Foxygen impress with ‘Star Power’” (Oct. 24), Foxygen’s frontman was incorrectly named. Sam France is the lead singer of the group, not Jonathan Rado. The Campus Times regrets the error.
October 24, 2014
In the original version of the story “Vigil celebrates LGBT community” (Oct. 17), Liam Machado was mistakenly identified as an ally. Machado actually identifies himself as part of the LGBTQ community. The Campus Times regrets the error.
April 4, 2014
The story “Student shares ‘Game’ experience” (April 4) incorrectly stated there were 24 million attendees at the Game Developers Conference. There were actually around 24,000 attendees. The Campus Times regrets this error.
February 18, 2014
An earlier version of “Baggish to help job seekers” (Feb. 14) incorrectly stated the mission of the Anti-Violence Project. It is a non-profit group supporting the victims of hate crimes. The Campus Times regrets the error.
December 6, 2013
An earlier version of “Alumnus uncovers cost of Internet fame” (Dec. 6) has been edited to correct the site that first published Elaridi’s story, and to clarify the involvement of Twitter.
October 11, 2013
The story “Student films inform, inspire” (Oct. 4) incorrectly referred to videos produced for LVTV as advertisements. They are actually non-commercial profiles of local businesses.
October 4, 2013
In the story, “Global warming debated,” which ran Sept. 20, the location of the Nov. 6 debate tournament was incorrect. The Nov. 6 debate tournament will take place at Oxford University in Great Britain.
September 17, 2013
In the original version of “New trio heading LV media outlets” in the Sept. 13 issue, the photo caption incorrectly identified the campus radio station as KULV. It is LeoFM. The Campus Times regrets the error.
September 17, 2013
In the story “Downtown restaurants have no taste for Yelp” in the Sept. 13 issue, the name of Warehouse Pizza owner Kenny Schonfeld was misspelled. The Campus Times regrets the error.
October 5, 2012
In the story “Phi Delta Theta wins basketball tourney” in the Sept. 28 issue, the Campus Times erroneously reported that Sigma Alpha Epsilon played Phi Delta Theta in the intramural finals. Jesus Courtz actually played Phi Delta Theta for the title. The Campus Times regrets the error.
September 10, 2012
In the story “Club fosters political discussions” in the Sept. 7 issue of the Campus Times, the Democratic Student Alliance was misidentified as the Democratic Alliance. The Campus Times regrets the error.
August 13, 2012
The name of Michelle Bedolla was misspelled in the photo caption of “Dan Sperry startles ULV students” in the Oct. 29, 2010, issue of the Campus Times. The Campus Times regrets the error.
May 18, 2012
In the May 11 issue of the Campus Times, the incorrect time was given for the student film festival that was listed in the Happenings on page 11. The senior film screening will start at 6 p.m. Friday and not 7 p.m. The Campus Times regrets the error.
May 11, 2012
The name of Sean Case was originally misspelled in the photo caption of “Greeks help each other’s causes” in the May 4 issue. The Campus Times regrets the error.
March 9, 2012
In the story “BSU panel tackles racism, religion” on page 6 of the March 2 issue, Leeshawn Moore and Jeanette Williams were referred to as maids in the 1960s. Moore did not work as a maid. The Campus Times regrets the error.
March 9, 2012
In the story “Faculty joins debate to celebrate team’s centennial” in the March 2 issue of the Campus Times, Assistant Professor of Speech and Debate and Speech Communication department chair Ian Lising was wrongly referred to as “she” instead of “he.” Also, the debate team lost to Monash University, not Harvard University in the 2000 World Championships. The Campus Times regrets the errors.
March 2, 2012
The story, “Men’s basketball drops another to Sagehens,” which ran on page 10 of the Feb. 10 Campus Times, contained an inaccuracy in attribution. Athletic trainer Keith Savage did not say that Trevor Woodland suffered a sprained ankle. The Campus Times regrets the error.
Feb. 24, 2012
The story “Housing embraces technology for applications” which ran on page 1 of the Feb. 17 issue of the Campus Times gave an incorrect date for priority deadline. The deadline is March 9 not March 16. Also, only students who currently live on campus are eligible for a security deposit refund. Continuing students who live off campus won’t have this option. The Campus Times regrets the errors.
Nov. 4, 2011
The story “Homecoming reigns in celebration,” which ran on Page 6 of the Oct. 28 Campus Times misnamed the majors of the Homecoming king and queen. Jacob Acevedo is a business administration major and Jenae Hodges is a child development and business administration major. The Homecoming story also erroneously named the first place booth winner. Phi Sigma Sigma sorority won first place for its “Grease” themed booth.
March 4, 2011
Due to an editing error in the story, “Leos team up for a friendly game of intramural football” in the Feb. 25 edition of the Campus Times, which ran on page 5, a quote by junior business administration major Jacob Acevedo was incorrectly attributed to senior business major Matthew Miller. The Campus Times regrets the error.
Feb. 18, 2011
Due to an editing error in the story, “Students run the show; rejects have their day” in the Feb. 11 edition of the Campus Times, which ran on page 9, a quote by freshman political science major Ramon Montoya was incorrectly attributed to Arely Ortega. The Campus Times regrets the error.
May 21, 2010
In the story “SCIAC champs place 8th at NCAAs” in the May 14 issue, the results of the NCAA Men’s Division III National Championships were given incorrectly. The University of La Verne men’s golf team finished fifth in the team standings in the four-day tournament. Mitch Fedorka finished five under-par and second in the individual standings.
April 16, 2010
In the story “Geishas’ identity seen through time,” which ran on page 2 of the April 9 edition, the Japanese Pleasure Quarters, were mistakenly referred to as “headquarters.” In that same article, the phrase “if a geisha was to have sexual relations with a customer, she would have to resort to prostitution” should have read “a geisha could lose her job for having a sexual relationship with a customer.”
Nov. 20, 2009
In a photo caption in the Nov. 13 edition of the Campus Times, Homecoming King Ryan Figgs was incorrectly identified as the activities coordinator of publicity for the African American Student Alliance. He is currently president of the Brother’s Forum. The Campus Times regrets the error.
Nov. 13, 2009
The story “Faculty approves 18-unit semester” in the Nov. 6, 2009, edition of the Campus Times misstated some of the background on the proposal to allow students to take 18 units per semester. The proposal was originally passed by the Undergraduate Academic Policies Committee in May. UGAP Chairman Kenneth Marcus then presented it to the Faculty Senate and Faculty Assembly, which passed the proposal in October. The Campus Times regrets the error.