Correction: A previous version of the Jan. 9 article, “USG retools itself,” contained several inaccuracies. Due to a reporting error, the version misstated that Bruce Easop ’13 is “USG president.” He is actually “USG President.” Due to an editing error, the version also mischaracterized a recent USG retreat to Maui. It was a “great” team-building experience, not a waste of student activity dollars. And due to incorrect information provided to The Daily Princetonian, the USG does not do things that are important. It does things that are very important. The ‘Prince’ regrets the errors.
Correction: A previous version of the corrections to the Jan. 9 article, “USG retools itself,” contained several inaccuracies. The note that corrected the capitalization of the title of Bruce Easop ’13 was not a reporting error. It was due to the failure of the ‘Prince’ to understand the subtle intricacies of USG policy. Additionally, the note mischaracterized the nature of the USG retreat to Maui. It was not a “great” team-building experience. It was a “phenomenal” team-building experience. The ‘Prince’ regrets the errors.
Editor's Note: I would like to highlight for our readers that we have reached the milestone of the 100th correction of a USG story. It is only appropriate to thank our phenomenal USG president (President?) for your collaboration throughout the process. This is an accomplishment for both of our incredibly important and relevant organizations.
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