Here is an illustration showing the solidarity rallies of January 21.
The Varsity had one tweet directing their followers to their news editor's account, Jenna Moon, who was covering the March on Washington. Moon wasn't unbiased in her coverage there, while the day before this was hinted at when she said, "ain't nobody got time for four years of bullshit." Moon followed the attendees throughout Saturday taking photos and asking people why they were marching. The editor shared her coverage with an array of humorous photos that showed the tone of that day.
London Student published a story on Sunday following up on the Women's March on London. The lede began with a quote from an attendee, "I hate crowds, but I hate Trump more." Their Twitter included photos of the March on London, with the hashtag, "love trumps hate."
The Tharunka published a story on the Women's March Sydney which ended with the feature editor describing the march as energizing and powerful. "Because it just so happens that nasty women everywhere - from Antartica to Washington - are ready," said the author. Their Twitter included only a couple of photos, but several quotes from the marchers that day.
All-in-all, it seems that these universities took a lighthearted approach with a mix of humor and support of the cause. Though I didn't include The University Star here, I would like to note that our newspaper remained neutral on their official Twitter account as did the editors on their personal accounts who attended the march.