What’s new this week:

In an essay for The Evolllution, Coalition for College Executive Director Annie Reznik highlights four progressive trends in college admissions that must be pursued to make significant changes in equity in higher education.

This Markets Insider piece on why people love pumpkin spice lattes includes expertise from Longwood University Professor Catherine Franssen.

Katie Vigilante of Oxford College of Emory University weighs in for Reader’s Digest on things that U.S. presidents have to pay for out of pocket during their time in the White House.

International students are essential to higher education in the U.S., but for a variety of reasons, it’s growing increasingly difficult for these students to find their place. In a piece for Times Higher Education, Karen Edwards of Grinnell College argues that the U.S. has already been building Trump’s wall bureaucratically for years.

University of Toledo’s Angela Siner shares insight on Sarah Parker Remond’s life and dedication to women’s suffrage and social justice in this Washington Informer article.

Why do some people like to be scared? According to Kenneth Carter of Oxford College of Emory University, it could be because of a specific thrill-seeking personality trait. Read more in Live Science and Yahoo.

What’s next on our calendars:

Teresa will present at CASE’s Senior Institute for Communications and Marketing in Florida in February 2020.

Cristal will present “How to Create a National Media Strategy Aligned With a Known Brand” at the CASE District I Conference in Boston March 12-13, 2020.

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