Slate’s Mistakes for the Week of Aug. 22

Due to an editing error, an Aug. 25 Care and Feeding misattributed a response written by Matthew Dicks as having been written by John Eric Vona.

In an Aug. 25 Dear Prudence, Jenée Desmond-Harris misidentified the podcast How To! as the podcast and advice column How to Do It.

In an Aug. 25 Jurisprudence, Mark Joseph Stern misstated that the Biden administration’s student loan relief measures before this week affected 1.6 billion borrowers. They affected 1.6 million borrowers.

An Aug. 22 Political Gabfest show page originally misstated that Europa is Jupiter’s largest moons. It is one of the planet’s largest moons; the actual largest one is Ganymede.

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