Supports are in place at the university to support them through this situation.”Speaking to the National Post, Shepherd welcomed the apologies and said she felt Rambukkana’s shows self-reflection.
But she also noted the university seemed forced into it, perhaps because of the numerous threats she’d seen from alumni to pull their funding.“They’re embarrassed, obviously, and they had to do something about it,” she said, adding that she would have preferred a much clearer statement about protecting the right to debate controversial issues.
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Shepherd said she hasn’t had a conversation with any university faculty or staff about the controversy since the media picked up on it, despite the fact she’s still a TA in Rambukkana’s first-year communications course.