The refer on Thursday's front page did not capitalize the name of a restaurant reviewed in the Avenue correctly. It is SweetBerries.
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In Wednesday’s edition of the Alligator, it was incorrectly reported that the Student Green Energy Fund will save UF about $600,000 a year. The story should have read that the fund will generate about $600,000 each year in funds that will be put toward student-proposed projects to lower UF’s electricity costs and thereby save the university money.
In an article published in the March 19 edition of the Alligator about the rise of recreational gun use, the definitions of trap and skeet shooting were printed incorrectly. Skeet shooting involves a clay target flying out of one of four bunkers in a specific order: one top and lower bunker on the left and right. In trap shooting, targets are ejected out of a small shack in the middle of the field and randomly thrown left, right or straight ahead.
In Friday’s edition of the Alligator, a description of the Arizona immigration law said that police officers have the right to stop or arrest anyone in the state they think may be an illegal immigrant. The sentence should have read that police officers have the right to determine the immigration status of anyone they stop or arrest for a separate offense if they have reason to believe that person may be an illegal immigrant.
In Monday's paper, the Alligator incorrectly reported that to be qualified as a political party, a prospective party must have candidates for Student Body president, vice president and treasurer and have at least six candidates for the Student Senate. To be qualified as a party, a prospective part needs candidates for Student Body president, vice president and treasurer, or have at least six candidates for the Student Senate.