It's been a long time since we've let a typo slip through here at bg, but it's certainly happended once or twice, and I'm not about to declare it won't happen in the future. But I did feel a little relief that it wasn't me when I came across this article announcing to the world the erroneous typo on the cover of this commencement bulletin.
"The University of Texas at Austin's public affairs assistant dean has issued an apology after a commencement listing for the program's forthcoming graduates contained a typo citing the Lyndon B. Johnson School of 'Pubic' Affairs. Even the best writers, reporters and editors fall prey to the occasional typo. And it's probably bad karma to revel in someone else's unintentional mistake. But media critic Jim Romanesko reports that the LBJ school issued an apology via Twitter, reading, "Our deepest apologies to our 2012 graduates for the egregious typo in our program. We are working to distribute corrected programs."
A very hairy predicament, indeed. :)