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"The Hottest Property In The Valley?" (People, Aug. 30)


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"The hottest property in the valley?" (People, Aug. 30)

"The hottest property in the valley?" (People, Aug. 30) referred inaccurately to certain scholarships at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Named after John Morehead, they are called the Morehead Scholarships.Return to top

"21 ideas for the 21st Century" (Special Double Issue, Aug. 30)

"21 ideas for the 21st Century" (Special Double Issue, Aug. 30) mentioned that the drug finasteride is used to treat and prevent prostate cancer. In fact, the Merck & Co. drug has been officially approved by the Food & Drug Administration only to treat benign prostatic hyperplasia and male-pattern baldness.Return to top

"The last word in the new words" (Up Front, Aug. 30)

"The last word in the new words" (Up Front, Aug. 30) should have referred to a punk designer as Vivienne Westwood, not Vivian.Return to top


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