A series of incidences have sparked an outcry in conservative media outlets about a lack of free speech at Australian universities.
They exposed a split in the higher education community - traditionally a bastion of free speech and intellectual freedom - over how to manage views that might conflict with a scientific or moral consensus.
But there's some debate as to whether there is a problem at all.
This week, Please Explain asks is there a free speech crisis in Australia's universities?
Jacqueline Maley - Senior journalist and columnist
Jordan Baker, Education Editor, Sydney Morning Herald
Tim Elliot, writer, Good Weekend magazine
Dr Michael Spence, University of Sydney Vice-Chancellor and Principal