The college students pictured here all have one thing in common: they served as College Fix summer 2022 journalism fellows.
Starting from top left: Miami University’s Charlotte Waldron worked at the Daily Caller; Grove City College’s Isaac Willour at The Dispatch; and DePaul University’s Dace Potas at Just The News.
On the bottom row is Princeton University’s Matthew Wilson, who worked at the Washington Examiner; Emory University’s Robert Schmad at the Washington Free Beacon; UNLV’s Katelynn Richardson at the Washington Examiner; and Montclair State University’s Kyle Schmidbauer at the New York Sun.
If you have ever donated to the Student Free Press Association, the nonprofit that publishes The College Fix, you’ve helped these seven students and others launch their media careers. Our network of young journalists are fighting to restore a sense of balance, fairness and honesty to the biased world of American media.
This Tuesday, November 29, is #GivingTuesday—the annual kickoff to the year-end charitable giving season. The College Fix has a fundraising goal of $10,000 for Giving Tuesday—and we invite you to join us to make that goal a reality.
As you may know, The College Fix recruits and trains talented, patriotic and hard-working student journalists, giving them a platform to reach a huge audience with news that college administrators often wish would never leave campus.
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