A Sticky Newspaper Correction

1213rollups.jpgSometimes, college newspapers make mistakes. Wich is why we’re quite glad Regret the Error is around. Otherwise, we would have been totally unaware that Boston University’s newspaper was all about fruit roll-up condoms:

In a news story Friday (“Spectrum holds Condom Olympics to educate on safe sex,” page 3), it was incorrectly stated due to a reporting error that health and wellness educator Beth Grampetro and Tim Hegan, an ORL area director, said Fruit Roll-Ups are adequate protection against STDs. No health officials said or advocated this use at the Condom Olympics. The Daily Free Press apologizes for the confusion.

There you have it, kids: Fruit roll-ups can’t prevent the clap.