A Cornell University engineering professor is being blasted for an e mail despatched out to college students through which he targets two college students who didn’t put on masks in certainly one of his lessons and threatens to fail the “hooked nose” scholar with pink hair. In his e mail, Bruce Monger, from the college’s Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, requested for assist figuring out these two maskless troublemakers.
“I wanted to ask you for your help in identifying two ocean students who were photographed with their masks off during the ocean class last Friday,” Monger wrote. “They were sitting next to each other in the balcony’s front row of seating.”
And then the local weather change knowledgeable actually heated up and let his feelings boil to the floor.
“One student is a male with red hair and a fairly prominent hooked nose,” Monger added within the e mail obtained by the Libs of TikTok Twitter account. “His hair was pretty long (just below the bottom of his ears) and is pretty thick and wavy. He was wearing a blue sweatshirt and was eating something at the time.”
Cornell professor despatched out an e mail requesting assist in figuring out 2 college students who didn’t put on masks. He writes “I will be failing both of them for the semester” pic.twitter.com/Gku83vhz4O
— Libs of Tik Tok (@libsoftiktok) November 1, 2021
When reached by the New York Post, a Cornell spokesperson famous that Monger “described the students’ physical characteristics in ways that do not reflect Cornell values. Dr. Monger has since acknowledged that his approach to dealing with unmasked students in class was not handled in an appropriate manner.”
Monger has locked his Twitter account and doesn’t appear to be within the temper to debate his latest e mail.
According to the Reddit Cornell web page, final week Monger was “f–king pissed” at maskless college students which doubtless led to the e-mail the place Bruce was making an attempt to seek out the “hooked nose” scholar. Monday, college students started rallying behind the professor.
“He made a mistake, everyone is going overboard,” a Reddit poster mentioned. “I feel for the man.”