Cornell University officials are criticizing an e-mail sent to student leaders by an unknown person with the fake signature of David Skorton, the university's president. The fake e-mail appears to suggest a lack of interest in dealing with bias issues on the campus. Tommy Bruce, vice president for communications at Cornell, sent an e-mail to student leaders to tell them the alleged Skorton e-mail was a forgery. In a statement, Bruce said: "In a community of trust, that is Cornell, where our collective efforts should focused on improving the Cornell experience and lifting the climate on campus, this fraudulent behavior can have serious unintended consequences." The text of the fake e-mail can be found here.
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