What’s new this week:

University of Toledo Professor Sam Nelson weighed in on the presidential impeachment process in a piece that originally appeared on Black Press USA. The piece also ran in The Seattle Medium, The Washington Informer, and The San Diego Voice & Viewpoint.

After the annual NACAC conference, Education Dive examines the decision by the Assembly to remove three provisions and give colleges more leeway in student recruitment, which Annie Reznik of the Coalition for College suggests may help improve equity in admissions.

Douglas Hicks of Oxford College of Emory University helps to answer a question that’s on the minds of many in this Salon piece on what, exactly, is a whistleblower and who can be one.

In this Evolllution interview, Washington Monthly Editor in Chief Paul Glastris discusses college rankings and how the structure of these rankings needs to change to better serve students’ needs.

This week on Inside Higher Ed’s Call to Action blog, be sure to check out a post on what to expect with social media goals and engagement.

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