The Crimson yesterday misquoted Elliot Davis as saying that students would have to write about one of the paintings stolen from the Isabella Stweart Gardner Museum on the final exam in Literature and Arts C-35, "Art and Society in Holland in the Age of Rembrandt." This was not true. The Crimson regrets the error.
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