Jack Hruska, 660 Co-operative President, delivers his personal letter to President Skorton in favor of divestment! As a community leader on campus, Hruska is aware of the delicate nature of this decision, but he also believes that the most divisive issues are the most important. Hruska understands that Cornell has the privilege of being a highly influential institution, which therefore has the responsibility of acting to promote the well-being of our planet and our livelihoods. By continuing to invest in fossil fuels, Cornell is failing in this role. There is no excuse for inaction on this issue! Thanks for your support, Jack! Read Jack’s letter here.
Letter to Pres. Skorton #14: Jack Hruska, 660 Cooperative President