For better or worse, Wikipedia is a go-to site for information. Often it is quite good. Sometimes it is not.
I happened to notice over my Wikipedia entry this sentence about the student walkout several years ago:
"Mankiw published his class attendance at the end, and it showed more students showed up to class that day than on average class day, as many counter-protested by coming."
This is false. In fact, I do not even take attendance in ec 10 lectures. I know anecdotally that some counter-protestors did come to that class (as I noted in this article, the only thing I published about the walkout), but I have no idea of the numbers, and I did not publish anything like class attendance.
If someone could fix that sentence over at Wikipedia, I would appreciate it. And while you're there, add some (truthful) stuff about me. Consider it a Christmas present.