A Feb. 1 article incorrectly stated that the total applications received by MIT for the Class of 2016 increased by 1 percent from the previous year. MIT received 18,088 total applications this year, a 5.84 percent increase from the 17,090 applications received last year.

An article published last Wednesday about housing costs ambiguously lists dormitory prices as “per year.” They are per semester.

A Feb. 1 article about Super Bowl predictions incorrectly refers to this year’s Super Bowl as a matchup between the Green Bay Packers and Pittsburgh Steelers. That was last year — our bad! It’s the Patriots versus the Giants in 2012.

A Jan. 25 article implied that proposed MBTA cuts would eliminate weekday service after 10 p.m. entirely. In fact, the proposal only cuts service after 10 p.m. on the commuter rail.