Wednesday, June 29, 2016

Not quite right

A story in Wednesday's paper about the bladder cancer treatment Tecentriq should have noted that Dr. Daniel Petrylak was a lead investigator in phase two trials of the drug as well as phase one trials

Tuesday, June 7, 2016

Gender mistake

A story in the May 24 Register about Yale's graduation referred incorrectly to the gender of Modupeore Shenbanjo, a graduating senior. Shenbanjo is a woman.

Tuesday, May 31, 2016

Role miststaed

In a story in the Monday edition of the Register, Ann Olivarius’ role in a 1977 sexual-harassment suit against Yale was misstated. She was a plaintiff, along with four other students and a faculty member, not the attorney in the case.

Wednesday, May 25, 2016

Wrong name at Yale Law School


Due to misinformation provided to the Register a story in Tuesday’s edition about public defenders seeking resentencing of clients who were juveniles at the time of the crime incorrectly reported the name of the Yale Law School organization involved in the case. It is the Yale Criminal Justice Clinic.

Tuesday, May 17, 2016

Data matters

A story in the Tuesday Register incorrectly reported that bulimia is the most common eating disorder. The most common is binge-eating disorder.

Monday, May 16, 2016

Wrong number in headline

A headline on a story in Monday's edition incorrectly reported the number of degrees the University of New Haven conferred Sunday. The university awarded 1,200 degrees.

Wednesday, May 11, 2016

Wrong first name reported

A story in the Tuesday edition of the Register used the wrong first name for a Cheshire resident who has concerns about a proposed subdivision near the intersection of Cornwall Avenue and Mountain Road. She is Tracy Jewett