Corrections

Slate’s Mistakes for the Week of April 11

In an April 16 School, Lucas Mann stated that a lecturer was fired at Yale over the wording of an email about Halloween costumes. She actually resigned.

In an April 15 Sports, Jack Hamilton misstated that James Harden had yet to play in an NBA Finals. Harden played in the 2012 Finals, when he was with the Oklahoma City Thunder.

In an April 14 Slatest, Nitish Pahwa misstated that the shooting of Patrick Lyoya took place in southwestern Grand Rapids. It was in the southeastern part of the city.

In an April 11 History, Erin L. Thompson misstated when an army led by Queen Amanirenas of Kush invaded Roman territory and hacked the head off of a statue of Augustus. It was 24 A.D., not 24 B.C.

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