In the Nov. 29 issue of The Current, the article “SGA president addresses university plans” incorrectly stated that SGA President Bethany Warlich said that students can submit grocery lists to Outtakes and Chartwells, who will pick up groceries from the supermarket for students. She did not say that groceries will be picked up from the supermarket. Chartwells has confirmed that in the new program, students can submit food item requests to Chartwells, who will work with their suppliers to provide the item or a comparable product.

Additionally, while Warlich said in her speech that there would be new halal food options for Muslim students, Chartwells has stated that only one new halal option is available at Chicken Grill.