The book provides a systematic analysis of the prevalence of HIV and AIDS-related stigma and discrimination among students at Great Zimbabwe University (GZU) by focusing on their causes, forms, contexts and impact. It examines how stigma and discrimination in a higher institution of learning are exacerbating HIV and AIDS epidemic among the youths. Those on Anti-Retroviral Therapy cannot publicly take their medication as those suffering from Diabetes or Blood Pressure. Hence, the work is partially a response to the clarion call that ‘We can''t be silent'' on HIV and AIDS epidemic or even do contemporary education without engaging with the HIV epidemic. At GZU, the problem is still an incipient concrete existential reality that should be nipped in the bud.