Corrections


Study Urges Investment in Arab Schools (Correction)

Graham Fuller was misidentified in the August 15 article “Study Urges Investment in Arab Schools.”Read More


Arlen Specter and the Koby Mandell Act (Correction)

An article in the July 18 issue of the Forward incorrectly reported that Senator Arlen Specter had not signed on to the Koby Mandell Act.Read More


Why the Democratic Party Needs Generation Y (Correction)

The author of the article “Why the Democratic Party Needs Generation Y,” David Wallis, was misidentified in the July 4 issue.Read More


Robert Goldstein Sentencing (Correction)

An article in last week’s Forward on the sentencing of Robert Goldstein for allegedly planning to bomb a mosque in Florida inadvertently misrepresented the target of a search by the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms.Read More


Archive Offers Campus New Era (Correction)

Due to an editing error, Carmel Thompson was misidentified as a Holocaust survivor in a May 2 article, “Archive Offers Campus New Era.”Read More


Search for Hillel Director Seen Drawing to a Close (Correction)

An April 18 article, “Search for Hillel Director Seen Drawing to a Close,” incorrectly named Joseph Kohane as a candidate to become Hillel’s next president and international director.Read More


Changing the Tune: Klezmatics Settle A Violinist’s Sex-Discrimination Suit (Correction)

Due to editorial error, a March 28 article, “Changing the Tune: Klezmatics Settle A Violinist’s Sex-Discrimination Suit,” inadvertently represented as fact certain contested assertions made by Alicia Svigals in the legal dispute between the Klezmatics and their former violinist.Read More


Backing Israel on Terror, Bush Preps Postwar Push For a Settlement Freeze (Correction)

A March 7 article, “Backing Israel on Terror, Bush Preps Postwar Push For a Settlement Freeze,” mistakenly stated that Israel had suffered no civilian casualties in the two months preceding March 5.Read More


Candidates Start Attracting Backers (Correction)

Philadelphia Democrat Kenneth Klothen has not emerged as a fundraiser for presidential candidate Howard Dean, as the Forward reported last week in a March 7 article, “Candidates Start Attracting Backers.”Read More


Jewish Agencies Working Overtime For Newly Jobless (Correction)

A story in the January 17, issue, “Jewish Agencies Working Overtime For Newly Jobless,” misstated Victor Plotkin’s age.Read More





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