Slate’s Mistakes for the Week of April 1

In an April 7 Sports, Nick Greene misidentified a baseball game as an interdivision contest.

In an April 5 Slate Quiz, Ray Hamel misstated that toxoplasmosis is typically caused by a parasite. It is by definition caused by a parasite.

Due to an editing error, an April 4 Jurisprudence was attributed to the wrong author. The piece was written by Luppe B. Luppen, not Jessica Marsden and Andy Wright.

In an April 3 Slatest, Elliot Hannon misspelled Sandy Hook.

In an April 2 Jurisprudence, Bruce Ackerman misstated the amount of time before the Senate must vote on a trade agreement following a House vote. It is 30 days, not 45.

Due to a production error, an April 2 Metropolis misidentified Mollie Pelon McArdle as Mollie Pelon McArdle Pelon.

In an April 1 Moneybox, Jordan Weissmann misspelled Susan Collins’ last name.

In a March 29 Movies, Jeffrey Bloomer misstated that The Mustang is set “near the U.S. border.” It’s set in Nevada.

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