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Mitch Eby: An article in the April 1 Sports section about Chapman University football player Mitch Eby's announcement that he is gay referred to Chapman as "a small private Christian college in Orange County." Chapman was founded by the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), but since 1991 it has been an independent university that imposes no religious requirements. It has about 7,500 undergraduate and graduate students, making it among the 10 largest private universities in the state.

Peter Matthiessen: In the April 7 LATExtra section, the obituary of Peter Matthiessen, author of "The Snow Leopard," said that he died at a hospital near his home in Sagaponack, N.Y. He died at home.

Salamunovich services: An item in the Quick Takes column of the April 9 Calendar section said that services for former Los Angeles Master Chorale music director Paul Salamunovich would be Friday for the rosary and Saturday for the funeral Mass. The rosary is Friday, May 2, and the funeral Mass is Saturday, May 3.

Website security: An article in the April 9 Business section about the "Heartbleed Bug" contained a quote offering advice to consumers that was attributed to Andrew Storms, director of DevOps at CloudPassage. It was Chris Eng, vice president of research at the application security testing firm Veracode, not Storms, who said: "Avoid things like online banking and avoid sensitive sites if you're not sure."

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