Trans people are confronted by discrimination and misunderstanding, but education communities can do a lot to help overcome these problems.
Students can still have a good experience at university this year – if universities take their needs and concerns seriously.
South African universities should do more to support students from low-income households.
Universities need to consult more with those at the sharp end of the changes forced by the coronavirus, and that means the students.
Young Black Canadian writers like Desmond Cole and Eternity Martis look at anti-Black racism on campus.
Not all teaching spaces in universities are big enough to allow students to return to normal study as the pandemic restriction ease.
More can be done to ease transitions for West African students in the United Kingdom.
Learning over the internet is not a simple replacement for face-to-face teaching.
Working-class academics can play a key role in boosting student diversity.
The regulation of student accommodation varies between different providers.
Many of the privileges that middle-class students enjoy are not obvious, even to themselves.
Inclusive freedom reflects university values in protecting free thought, inquiry and expression, while protecting the dignity of all students and faculty by allowing them to equally contribute.
As universities advocate for 'zero suicide' frameworks, it is important for university leaders to work at suicide awareness, prevention and response, and to reinforce a culture of compassion.
Students need to be able to manage their time, write to an academic standard, be aware of what constitutes plagiarism, make sure they know what support services are available to them, and have fun!
Universities should very rarely prevent controversial speakers from spreading their message.
It's estimated that 20 percent of first year students are put on academic probation. That's not a small number. Universities are beginning to tackle the problem head on.