Feminism talk

What: A lecture by Prof. Sidonie Smith called “What Happened to Feminism?”
Who: Institute for the Humanities
When: Today at noon
Where: Thayer Building, Room 2022

Showing of Iraq War photos

What: An exhibit of images by photographer Peter Turnley from the U.S. wars in Iraq
Who: Peter Turnley
When: Today at 7 p.m.
Where: East Quad, Room 126


– An article in yesterday’s edition of the Daily (Pow Wow marked by protest) misquoted University spokeswoman Kelly Cunningham as saying that a Native American tribe seeking the return of ancestral remains needs to provide biological and anthropological evidence linking the remains to the tribe. She said that nobody has been able to prove the cultural affiliation of the remains, and that any findings are subject to review.

– The same article misidentified Rackham student Veronica Pasfield as Victoria.

– The article incorrectly stated that all of the withheld remains belonged to the Saginaw-Chippewas. The remains could belong to several tribes.

– The story also incorrectly said protesters roped off 1,428 seats. The number was 1,390.

– An article in the same edition (Dems rule out primary do-over) incorrectly stated Montana Gov. Brian Schweitzer said he wouldn’t send his state’s delegates to the August convention if Michigan’s delegates aren’t seated. He said he personally wouldn’t go.

– Please report any error in the Daily to corrections@michigandaily.com.

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