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Sumner Park (Summer 2017)

Sumner Park is an associate producer with Fox Business. A summer 2017 College Fix fellow, she worked at The Hill. She is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Diana Stancy Correll (Summer 2016)

Diana Stancy Correll is a Navy reporter for Military Times. She was previously a breaking news reporter for The Washington Examiner, where she was a 2016 summer College Fix journalism fellow. She is a graduate of Elon University. Her work has been featured in publications including The Hill, Newsweek, and Red Alert Politics. Previously, she interned at The Daily Signal and The Burlington Times-News, and was a communications fellow for the Network of enlightened Women.

Alexandra DeSanctis (Summer 2014)

Alexandra DeSanctis is a fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center and a contributing writer at National Review. She is co-author with Ryan T. Anderson of the new book Tearing Us Apart: How Abortion Harms Everything and Solves Nothing. A 2014 summer College Fix journalism fellow, Alexandra worked at USA Today. She is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame. She was previously a William F. Buckley Fellow at the National Review Institute. She is also a contributing writer at the Catholic Herald.

Blake Seitz (Summer 2014)

Blake Seitz is a speechwriter for Senator Tom Cotton (R-AR). A 2014 summer College Fix journalism fellow, Blake worked at the Washington Examiner. He is a graduate of the University of Georgia. Previously, he was an assistant editor at the Washington Free Beacon, as well as speechwriter for Sen. Mike Lee and Congressman Kevin McCarthy.

Jose R. Gonzalez (Spring 2014)

Jose Gonzalez is a daily news reporter at The Arizona Republic. A 2014 spring College Fix journalism fellow, Jose worked at RealClearPolitics. He is a graduate of Texas State University. His previous experience includes serving as editor-in-chief of the San Jacinto Times, a business reporter for the Houston Chronicle, copy editor and business reporter at the Victoria Advocate, congressional reporter for CNS News, and crime and courts reporter at the Houston Chronicle.

Adam O’Neal (Fall 2013)

Adam O’Neal is the Washington correspondent for The Economist. A 2013 fall College Fix journalism fellow, Adam worked at RealClearPolitics. He has served as executive editor at The Dispatch, as an editorial page writer for The Wall Street Journal, and as a producer for the Los Angeles-based KFI AM 640. He is a graduate of the University of California-Irvine.

 

 

Ryan Lovelace (Summer 2013)

Ryan Lovelace is a political reporter at The Washington Times and the author of Search and Destroy: Inside the Campaign Against Brett Kavanaugh. A 2013 summer College Fix journalism fellow at the Weekly Standard, Ryan is a graduate of Butler University. He was previously a reporter for the National Law Journal and American Lawyer as well as the Washington Examiner. He was a Robert Novak Journalism Fellow at the Fund for American Studies and a William F. Buckley Jr. Fellow in Political Journalism at the National Review Institute.

Stephanie Merrick (Summer 2012)

Stephanie Merrick is managing editor at the Washington Free Beacon. A 2012 summer College Fix journalism fellow, Stephanie worked at The Daily Caller. She graduated from the University of Michigan in 2012. Her previous editorial experience includes serving as editor-in-chief of The Michigan Review.

Kyle Peterson (Summer 2010)

Kyle Peterson is an editorial board member of The Wall Street Journal. A 2010 summer College Fix journalism fellow, Kyle worked at The Daily Caller. He is a graduate of Iowa State University. His previous editorial experience includes serving as managing editor of The American Spectator and reporting for National Review Online.

Crystal Hill (Fall 2014)

Crystal Hill is Washington editor for Yahoo News. A 2014 fall College Fix journalism fellow, Crystal worked at The Hill. She is a graduate of Indiana University. Her previous editorial experience includes writing for the Indiana Daily Student, interning at The Washington Times and co-creating The Grapevine. She was previously a news associate for the Associated Press and a courts reporter at the Indianapolis Star.

Journalism Fellows

Audrey Baker (Summer 2024)

Audrey Baker is a summer 2024 College Fix fellow at the Washington Examiner. She is a student of Kenyon College.

Cole Murphy (Summer 2024)

Cole Murphy is a summer 2024 College Fix fellow at The Dispatch. He is a student at Georgia Tech where he studies finance and political science and serves as editor-in-chief of the Technique.

Tanner Nau (Summer 2024)

Tanner Nau is a summer 2024 College Fix fellow at the Washington Free Beacon. He is a student at Rhodes College.

Benjamin Rothove (Summer 2024)

Benjamin Rothove is a summer 2024 College Fix fellow at the Washington Examiner. He is a student at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Rafael Oliviera (Summer 2024)

Rafael Oliviera is a summer 2024 College Fix fellow at the New York Sun. A graduate of The King’s College, he studied politics, philosophy and economics. His work has appeared in the Empire State Tribune and Empire State Magazine.

Brandy Perez (Summer 2024)

Brandy Perez is a summer 2024 College Fix fellow at the Daily Caller. She is a student at the University of Alabama, where she is studying in public relations with a minor in public policy.

Matthew Xiao (Spring 2024)

Matthew Xiao is a staff writer at the Washington Free Beacon. A spring 2024 College Fix fellow, he worked at the Washington Free Beacon. A recent graduate of Cornell University, he has written for The Daily Caller, The American Spectator, the Washington Examiner, Cornell Review, and other publications.

Kate Quinones (Spring 2024)

Kate Quiñones is a staff writer for Catholic News Agency. A spring 2024 College Fix fellow, she is a graduate of Hillsdale College and has been published by the Wall Street Journal, the Denver Catholic Register, and CatholicVote.

Parker Miller (Spring 2024)

Parker Miller was a spring 2024 College Fix fellow at the Washington Examiner. He is a student at Grove City College studying history. He is a member of the college’s Phi Alpha Theta Historical Society and Debate Team.

Peyton Sorosinski (Spring 2024)

Peyton Sorosinski was a spring 2024 College Fix fellow at the Washington Examiner. She is a graduate student at California State University, Sacramento where she studies composition and rhetoric. She received her B.A. in English and journalism. She is also an editor for her student news publication, The State Hornet.

Elaine Gunthorpe (Summer 2023)

Elaine Gunthorpe was a Summer 2023 College Fix fellow for National Catholic Register. She is a student at Christendom College. Elaine is involved with the Christendom College Republicans, Network of Enlightened Women, and Shield of Roses. She writes as a Campus Correspondent with Campus Reform.

Jack Applewhite (Summer 2023)

Jack Applewhite was a Summer 2023 College Fix fellow for The Daily Caller. He is a student at the University of Georgia. Jack is a member of his university’s Turning Point USA and College Republicans chapter and serves in student government. He is also a contributor at Lone Conservative.

Hudson Crozier (Summer 2023)

Hudson Crozier was a Summer 2023 College Fix fellow for the Washington Examiner. He is a student at the University of North Texas. He is an editor at Upward News and has also written for The Federalist, Red Liberty Media, and others.

Peter Gattuso (Summer 2023)

Peter Gattuso is a reporter at The Dispatch. A Summer 2023 College Fix fellow, he worked at The Dispatch. He is a graduate of Connecticut College where he served as President of the College Republicans club, and was Editor-in-chief of The Conntrarian.

Jonathan Draeger (Summer 2023)

Jonathan Draeger is a national political reporter at RealClearPolitics. A Summer 2023 College Fix fellow, he worked for RealClearPoliticsHe is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin, Madison.

Terrance Kible (Summer 2023)

Terrance Kible was a Summer 2023 College Fix fellow for Legal Insurrection. He is a student at Duquesne University School of Law.

David Zimmermann (Summer 2023)

David Zimmermann is a news writer at National Review. A Summer 2023 College Fix fellow, he worked for the Washington Examiner. He is a graduate of Grove City College.

Dace Potas (Summer 2022)

Dace Potas is an opinion fellow with USA Today. A Summer 2022 College Fix fellow, he worked at Just The News. He graduated from DePaul University in 2023. In addition to The College Fix, his work can be found on Lone Conservative and the student paper The DePaulia.

Charlotte Waldron (Summer 2022)

Charlotte Waldron is Press Assistant for Senator J.D. Vance. A Summer 2022 College Fix fellow, she worked at the Daily Caller. She is a graduate of Miami University where she studied English. She served as reporter and Managing Editor for The Miami Patriot, as Director of Communications for MU College Republicans, and as a social media ambassador for Today Is America.

Kyle Schmidbauer (Summer 2022)

Kyle Schmidbauer is a digital production assistant at Fox News. A Summer 2022 College Fix fellow, he worked at the New York Sun. He is a student at Montclair State University studying political science and communications. Previously he was columnist for Lone Conservative, and has written for the Daily Caller and the Liberty Loft.

Robert Schmad (Summer 2022)

Robert Schmad is a reporter at the Daily Caller. A Summer 2022 College Fix fellow, he worked at the Washington Free Beacon where he was also assistant editor. A graduate of Emory University, he was the founding Editor-in-Chief of the Emory Whig. He worked as a senior correspondent for Campus Reform and contributed to the Washington Examiner.

Katelynn Richardson (Summer 2022)

Katelynn Richardson is a reporter at the Daily Caller News Foundation. A Summer 2022 College Fix fellow, she worked at the Washington Examiner. She is a graduate of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Her work has previously appeared in The Federalist, The Center Square, Human Events, and The Wall Street Journal’s Future View.

Matthew Wilson (Summer 2022)

Matthew Wilson was a Summer 2022 College Fix fellow with the Washington Examiner. He is a student at Princeton University and his writing has appeared in outlets including The Daily Princetonian, The Wall Street Journal, The Pillar, and The Princeton Tory. He has worked in Congress as a legislative intern.

Isaac Willour (Summer 2022)

Isaac Willour is a corporate analyst at Bowyer Research. A summer 2022 Fix fellow, he worked at The Dispatch. He is a graduate of Grove City College and has published in National Review and USA Today.

Jackson Walker (Summer 2021)

Jackson Walker is a reporter at Sinclair Broadcast Group’s national headquarters. A summer 2021 College Fix fellow, he worked at The Hill. He is a graduate of  the University of Wisconsin where he wrote and edited for the Badger Herald.

Corey Walker (Spring 2022)

Corey Walker is a reporter at the Daily Caller. A Spring 2022 College Fix fellow, he worked at Reason magazine. He is a member of Young Voices, America’s Future, and he has contributed to The Wall Street Journal and Real Clear. He is a graduate of the University of Michigan.

Tyler Hummel (Fall 2021)

Tyler Hummel is a freelance writer and film critic. A Fall 2021 College Fix fellow, he worked as a health care reporter at Main Street Nashville. He is a member of the Music City Film Critics Association and is a graduate of Flashpoint Chicago. He has been published at The Dispatch, North American Anglican, Living Church, The Pamphleteer, Leaders Media, The New York Sun, Law and Liberty, Angelus News, Baptist News Global, Hollywood in Toto, and Geeks Under Grace.

Charles Hilu (Summer 2021)

Charles Hilu is a reporter at The Dispatch. A summer 2021 College Fix fellow, he worked at the Washington Examiner. He is a graduate of the University of Michigan where he served as the editor-in-chief of the Michigan Review and chairman of his Young Americans for Freedom Chapter. He has contributed to the National Review and was the ISI Fellow at the Washington Free Beacon.

Ann Dailey Moreno (Fall 2021)

Ann Dailey Moreno is a graduate student at the Catholic University of America, majoring in musical theater. A Fall 2021 College Fix fellow, she worked at Sinclair Broadcasting. She graduated from Towson University with degrees in journalism, music performance, and theatre. While at Towson she wrote for The Towerlight as well as The Baltimore Watchdog. In addition, she has interned, performed, and sung at multiple professional theaters and venues in the Baltimore-Washington D.C. area, and in New York City.

Henry Kokkeler (Summer 2021)

Henry Kokkeler is a graduate of Washington State University. He is a contributor to The Libertarian Republic. A summer 2021 College Fix fellow, he worked at RealClearPolitics.

Sean Pigeon (Summer 2021)

Sean Pigeon is a program officer for the Adam Smith Society at the Manhattan Institute. A summer 2021 College Fix fellow, he worked at National Review. He is a graduate of Yale University. Previously he was a contributor to Young Voices and a guest writer for Step up for Students.

Virginia Aabram (Summer 2021)

Virginia Aabram is a reporter at the Unreported Story Society. A summer 2021 College Fix fellow, she worked at the National Catholic Register. She is a graduate of Hillsdale College. Her work has appeared in The Daily Signal, The Federalist, and the Wall Street Journal’s Future View and she was a Congressional reporter at the Washington Examiner.

Nate Hochman (Summer 2021)

Nate Hochman is a writer at the American Spectator. A summer 2021 College Fix fellow, he worked at The American Mind. His writing has appeared in National Review, the American Conservative, National Affairs, Religion & Liberty, and the Washington Times, as well as City Journal, and others. He was a 2021 Publius Fellow at the Claremont Institute. He is a graduate of Colorado College.

Misty Severi (Summer 2021)

Misty Severi is a reporter at Just the News, covering defense, foreign policy, and breaking news. A summer 2021 College Fix fellow, she worked at Just The News. Misty is a graduate of California Baptist University. Previously she was a breaking news reporter at the Washington Examiner and she served as a stringer for the Associated Press in the 2020 Iowa Caucus and the 2020 California primary and general elections.

Tripp Grebe (Summer 2021)

Tripp Grebe is campaign director for Representative Bryan Steil. A summer 2021 College Fix fellow, he worked at The Dispatch. He was also a columnist at the Badger Herald and interned for the Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty.

Landon Mion (Spring 2021)

Landon Mion is a digital production assistant at Fox News. A spring 2021 College Fix fellow, he worked at Just the News. He is a graduate of Kennesaw State University. Previously he was a night and weekend editor at Townhall.

Mark McGreal (Spring 2021)

Mark McGreal is an entertainment journalist with TMZ. A spring 2021 College Fix fellow, he worked at the Los Angeles Daily News. A graduate of UCLA, he contributed to the Daily Bruin and interned with Face the Nation and 60 Minutes at CBS News. He previously worked as a Hollywood-based reporter for the Daily Mail.

Donovan Newkirk (Fall 2020)

Donovan Newkirk is a student at Liberty University School of Law; he is currently the president of the law school’s intellectual property clinic, and is serving as a research assistant for a professor of constitutional law. A fall 2020 College Fix fellow, Donovan worked at RealClearPolitics. He also interned at the Media Research Center as a writer for NewsBusters and has written for Red Liberty Media and the RF Angle. He is a graduate of the University at Buffalo, where he studied political science and contributed to The Spectrum.

John Loftus (Fall 2020)

John Loftus is a breaking news editor at the Daily Caller. A fall 2020 College Fix fellow, John worked at National Review. He is a graduate of Chapman University.

Brianna Kraemer (Fall 2020)

Brianna Kraemer is a public policy reporter at the Carolina Journal. A 2020 College Fix fellow, Brianna worked at Just the News. She is a graduate of the University of Colorado, Colorado Springs where she studied communication, political science, and Spanish. Her work has been published in The Scribe and The Center Square. She served as press secretary for the Gibbons for Ohio Senate campaign and a staff writer at Convention of States Action.

 

 

Phillip Nieto (Summer 2020)

Phillip Nieto is a writer at Fox News Digital. He was a summer 2020 College Fix fellow at the Daily Caller. He is in the class of 2022 at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles. Phillip served as opinion editor for the Los Angeles Loyolan and has contributed to Mediaite and The Spectator. He is an alumnus of the National Journalism Center.

Emma Schambach (Summer 2020)

Emma Schambach is a J.D. Candidate at the University of North Carolina School of Law. A summer 2020 College Fix fellow, she worked at the Carolina Journal.

Jeremiah Poff (2019-20 fellowship)

Jeremiah Poff is an opinion writer at the Washington Examiner. Previously he was a communications assistant at the US Department of Education and an editorial associate and public policy specialist at the Cardinal Newman Society. He served as the 2019-20 investigative/enterprise reporter for The College Fix. His work has appeared in The Washington Examiner, Fox News, Red Alert Politics, The Daily Signal, and Starnes Media. He is a graduate of the Franciscan University of Steubenville.

Alex Nester (Summer 2020)

Alex Nester is the political director of PDE Action and an investigative fellow at Parents Defending Education. Before joining PDE, Alex covered education for the Washington Free Beacon, where she was a College Fix fellow during the summer of 2020. Her work has appeared in the Federalist, the Detroit News, and the Toledo Blade. She is a graduate of Hillsdale College.

Brooke Conrad (Spring 2020)

Brooke Conrad is a writer and producer at the Sinclair Broadcast Group’s national headquarters. She was a spring 2020 College Fix journalism fellow at The Carolina Journal. She is a graduate of Hillsdale College. She interned at the Washington Examiner and Gulf Coast Media and she was a writer at Evie magazine. Her work has also appeared in the Daily Wire.

Mia Ping-Chieh Chen (Spring 2020)

Mia Ping-Chieh Chen is a broadcast journalist at Radio Free Asia, reporting on China and the United States. She was a spring 2020 College Fix fellow at USA Today. She is a graduate of Boston University, where she previously served as a data & in-depth editor for BU News Service. Her experience includes working as a statehouse correspondent for The Sun Chronicle and at The Epoch Times Boston.

Steve Larkin (Summer 2019)

Steve Larkin is managing editor of the Washington Review of Books. A graduate of the University of Notre Dame, he was a summer 2019 College Fix fellow at The Catholic Herald. His work has appeared in the Irish Rover and The Week.

Lexi Lonas (Summer 2019)

Lexi Lonas is the education reporter at The Hill. A summer 2019 College Fix fellow, she worked at the Daily Caller. She has also interned for the Washington Examiner. She is a columnist for the Lone Conservative and her work has been published in the Daily Signal, Civvy, and Accuracy in Media. She is a graduate of Penn State Altoona, and previously served as an intern for National Review Institute.

Daniel Tenreiro (Fall 2019)

Daniel Tenreiro is a fellow at Thiel Macro. Previously he was a Rhodes fellow at National Review, where he was a fall 2019 College Fix fellow and previously an editorial assistant. He is a graduate at Yale University where he was a columnist for The Yale Daily News.

Aryssa Damron (Fall 2018)

Aryssa Damron is a children’s librarian at the DC Public Library. A fall 2018 College Fix fellow, she worked at The Washington Examiner. She has an undergraduate degree from Yale University and an MSLS from the University of Kentucky. She has served as a columnist for Future Female Leaders, a fact check reporter at the Daily Caller, and as a media analyst at the Washington Free Beacon.

Katie Anderson (Spring 2019)

Katie Anderson is senior public relations specialist at Focus on the Family. A spring 2019 College Fix fellow, she worked at The Washington Examiner. She is a graduate of Fort Lewis College. She served as a writer and editor at Human Defense Initiative, and as a correspondent for Campus Reform. Previously she was a publicity associate at Regnery Publishing.

Sarah George (Spring 2019)

Sarah George is a graduate of Georgetown University. A spring 2019 College Fix fellow, she worked at The Daily Caller.

Stone Washington (Summer 2019)

Stone Washington is a Research Fellow at the Competitive Enterprise Institute. He is pursuing a PhD in Policy Studies at Clemson University. A summer 2019 College Fix fellow, he worked at the Daily Caller. His work has appeared on RealClearPolicy, RealClearMarkets, The American Spectator, Inside Sources, Washington Examiner, and The Washington Times. He has served as a trainee for the U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission and as a research assistant at the Manhattan Institute.

Michael Weiner (Summer 2019)

Michael Weiner currently serves as a research assistant at the Hudson Institute. Previously, he interned for the House Foreign Affairs Committee GOP Staff after graduating from Yeshiva University in 2021 with a B.A. in Political Science. A summer 2019 College Fix fellow, he worked at The American Interest. His work has been published in The Boston Globe, The Wall Street Journal, and The Imaginative Conservative.

Dylan Croll (Spring 2018)

Dylan Croll is a reporter for Yahoo Finance. A spring 2018 College Fix fellow, he worked at The Weekly Standard. He is a graduate of Sarah Lawrence College. He interned as a speechwriter at the French Embassy in New York, and at the Norwood News. He was an associate at Keybridge Communications in Washington, D.C and a freelance writer for The News Station. .

Brittany Slaughter (Summer 2019)

Brittany Slaughter is a reporter for WSET-13 in Lynchburg, VA. A summer 2019 College Fix fellow, she worked at The Hill. She has served as a reporter for The Fix, editor and writer at Odyssey, the assistant news editor for the Liberty Champion, and has had work published in The Washington Examiner. She is an opinion writer for David Harris Jr. and a news podcaster at Britt’s Hot Minute. She is a graduate of Liberty University.

Jon Brown (Fall 2018)

Jon Brown is a writer at Fox News Digital. He previously served as associate editor and reporter for The Daily Wire, deputy breaking news editor at The Washington Examiner, and associate editor at The Daily Caller. He has contributed to American Thinker and The Spectator. As a spring 2018 College Fix fellow, he worked at The Daily Caller. He is a graduate of the University of Massachusetts, Amherst.

Ryan Everson (Summer 2019)

Ryan Everson is a seminarian for the Diocese of Phoenix. Previously he was a writer and editor for Alliance Defending Freedom. A summer 2019 College Fix fellow, he worked at The Washington Examiner. He is a graduate of Arizona State University. He was an intern for the Equal Rights Institute and an Alliance Defending Freedom Areté Academy Delegate. Ryan was an editor for Lone Conservative and has contributed to The Washington Examiner, Live Action News, The Catholic Sun, and Secular Pro-Life.

Jack Beyrer (Summer 2019)

Jack Beyrer is press secretary for the United States Senate Committee on Armed Services. Previously he worked as a news writer at the Washington Free Beacon and as deputy press secretary for Sen. Roger Wicker (R-Miss). He worked as a summer 2019 College Fix fellow at RealClearPolitics. He is a graduate of Wake Forest University, where he edited The Wake Forest Review.

Gabby Muñoz (Fall 2017)

Gabriella Muñoz is an assistant editor at Penguin Random House. A Fall 2017 College Fix fellow, she worked at the Washington Examiner. She is a graduate of Georgetown University where she wrote for The Georgetown Review. Her work has appeared in The Hawaii Catholic Herald, The Hill, and Townhall. She was a political reporter for The Washington Times.

Madeline Fry Schultz (Summer 2018)

Madeline Fry Schultz is contributors editor at the Washington Examiner. A summer 2018 College Fix fellow, she worked at D Magazine in Dallas, Texas. She is a graduate of Hillsdale College. She held internships at Verily and Philanthropy magazines and worked as a commentary writer for the Washington Examiner and as assistant magazine and digital editor at Philanthropy.

Amelia Irvine (Summer 2018)

Amelia Irvine is consultant at an economic consulting firm. A summer 2018 College Fix fellow, she worked at USA Today. She is a graduate of Georgetown University. Her writing has appeared in National Review, Rare, The Washington Examiner, GlennBeck.com, The American Conservative, and FEE.org. She served as a research economist with the White House Council of Economic Advisors. In 2018 she was featured in The Washington Examiner’s 30 Under 30 list.

Cole Carnick (Summer 2018)

Cole Carnick is speechwriter for Senator Marsha Blackburn. A summer 2018 College Fix fellow, he worked at The Washington Examiner. He is a graduate of the University of Michigan, where he served as editor-in-chief of the campus publication The Michigan Review. He previously worked for Spectator USA and as an associate editor at The Washington Free Beacon.

Zachery Schmidt (Summer 2018)

Zachery Schmidt is a digital editor at Star News Digital Media, the parent company of The Tennessee Star, The Arizona Sun Times, and The Ohio Star. A summer 2018 College Fix fellow, he worked at The Daily Caller. He is a graduate of Western Washington University.

Kathryn Hinderaker (Summer 2018)

Kathryn Hinderaker is the development director at Center of the American Experiment. A summer 2018 College Fix fellow, she worked at RealClearPolitics. She is a graduate of St. Olaf College.

Hannah Long (Summer 2017)

Hannah Long is an editor with Broadside Books at HarperCollins, where she has edited over a dozen New York Times bestselling books. A summer 2017 College Fix fellow, she worked at The Weekly Standard. Her freelance film criticism has appeared in The Dispatch, Spectator World, Angelus News, Plough Magazine, and The Bulwark. She is a graduate of Emory & Henry College.

Dominic Mancini (Fall 2017)

Dominic Mancini is a senior media relations manager at GAVIN. A fall 2017 College Fix journalism fellow, he interned at The Hill. He holds an MBA from American University and a Bachelor of Arts from Ashford University. He has bylines at The Daily Caller and Starnes Media Group, was an editorial intern with the New York Post. He also worked at Microsoft’s public relations firm.

Graham Piro (Fall 2017)

Graham Piro is a program officer at the Foundation for Individual Rights and Expression. Previously Graham was a staff writer at The Washington Free Beacon, where he was a College Fix fellow in the fall of 2017. He is a graduate of Georgetown University where he served as the editor-in-chief of The Georgetown Voice. He was previously an investigative/enterprise reporter for The College Fix. He worked at The Hill and his writing has also appeared in National Review and The Detroit News.

Amanda Tidwell (Summer 2017)

Amanda Tidwell is a freelance writer living in Virginia. A 2017 summer College Fix fellow, she worked at The Daily Caller. She is a graduate of The Ohio State University.

Jeremy Beaman (Summer 2017)

Jeremy Beaman is a reporter for S&P Global Commodity Insights.  A summer 2017 College Fix fellow, he worked at the Washington Examiner. He is a graduate of the University of Mobile. He previously was energy and environment reporter for the Washington Examiner. His work has appeared in Yellowhammer News, an Alabama news website, and The State, a newspaper in Columbia, South Carolina.

Sophia Martinson (Summer 2017)

Sophia Martinson is a culture writer based in northern Virginia. As a 2017 summer College Fix journalism fellow, she worked at USA Today. She is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame, where she worked as writer, managing editor, and editor-in-chief for the Irish Rover independent student newspaper. She then worked as an editorial assistant at The Weekly Standard and as a research assistant in education policy at the American Enterprise Institute in Washington, DC. Her work has appeared in USA Today, Angelus News, Verily, Mercator, The New Criterion, The Washington Examiner, and Theology of Home.

Jason Chulack

A Spring 2017 College Fix journalism fellow, Jason Chulack worked at The Daily Caller. He holds an undergraduate degree from the University of California Merced and a JD from Santa Clara University School of Law. He is Deputy District Attorney in Tulare County, California.

Kirkland An (Summer 2016)

Kirkland An is a data visualization developer for the Houston Chronicle. A 2016 summer College Fix journalism fellow, he worked at USA Today. He is a graduate of Wheaton College. Previously he served as editor in chief of The Wheaton Record campus newspaper and as a freelance reporter for The Washington Post. Previously he was a designer and editor at Providence Magazine. He has also held an editorial position at the Chicago Tribune and was a Collegiate Network fellow at USA Today.

Joe DiSipio

Joe DiSipio is associate program director at the Alliance for Catholic Education. A Fall 2016 College Fix journalism fellow, Joe worked at The Hill. He holds undergraduate and graduate degrees from the University of Notre Dame. He was a member of Notre Dame’s Gallivan Program in Journalism, Ethics and Democracy. He has worked for the South Bend Tribune and for Ireland’s national public broadcaster RTE. He also served as managing editor of Notre Dame’s The Scholastic.

Diana McElfresh (Summer 2016)

Diana McElfresh is a paralegal at Fireblocks. A 2016 summer College Fix journalism fellow, Diana worked at The Hill. She is a graduate of St. Bonaventure University. Previously she worked as a publishing assistant at Hachette Book Group.

Jake Henry (Summer 2016)

Jake Henry is a digital strategist at the National Democratic Redistricting Committee. A 2016 summer College Fix journalism fellow, Jake worked at the Daily Caller. He is a graduate of University of California, San Diego. He held an editorial position at The Victorville Daily Press. He was a writer for One America News Network and a freelancer for USA Today. He also served as the evening assistant producer for KPBS News.

Ellie Potter (Spring 2016)

Ellie Potter is the senior public affairs manager of ACORE’s Macro Grid Initiative. A 2016 spring College Fix journalism fellow, Ellie worked at Real Clear Politics. She is a graduate of the University of Richmond where she wrote for Forum Magazine and The Collegian. She also interned at the Washington Examiner and WTVR CBS 6 in Richmond, as well as Richmond Magazine. During the summer of 2016 she interned at Transitions Online as an editorial assistant in Prague, Czech Republic. She previously worked at The Dickinson Press, The Daily News-Record, and as an energy policy reporter for S&P Global. .

Anthony Gockowski (Fall 2015)

Anthony Gockowski is editor-in-chief of AlphaNews MN. A 2015 fall College Fix journalism fellow, Anthony worked at The Daily Caller. He is a graduate of The University of St. Thomas. His previous editorial experience includes The Intercollegiate Review and The Catholic Spirit. He was previously an investigative reporter for Campus Reform, and served as the managing editor of The Minnesota Sun.

David Hookstead (Fall 2015)

David Hookstead is a reporter for Outkick. A 2015 fall College Fix journalism fellow, David worked at the Daily Caller. He is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin Madison.

Nathan Courter (Summer 2015)

Nathan Courter is an Ensign in the United States Navy. A summer 2015 College Fix fellow, Nathan worked at National Review as an Agostinelli Fellow. Nathan is a graduate of Indiana University.

Andrew Desiderio (Summer 2015)

Andrew Desiderio is senior congressional reporter at Punchbowl News. A 2015 summer College Fix journalism fellow, Andrew worked at RealClearPolitics. He graduated from the George Washington University’s School of Media and Public Affairs. He was previously a congressional reporter for The Daily Beast and Politico. He has also served internships at the BBC and Mediaite.

Mairead McArdle (Summer 2015)

Mairead (McArdle) Elordi is an investigative reporter at The Daily Wire. A 2015 summer College Fix journalism fellow, Mairead worked at USA Today. She is a graduate of Thomas Aquinas College. She previously worked for CNS News and the Washington Examiner. Her previous editorial experience includes serving as editor-in-chief of The Campus Dirt student newspaper, staff writer at Fox News Insider, and news writer at National Review.

Ben Parker (Summer 2015)

Ben Parker is the senior editor of The Bulwark and the associate director of the Defending Democracy Together Institute. A summer 2017 College Fix fellow, he worked at The Weekly Standard. He is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania. He served as the Robert L. Bartley Fellow at The Wall Street Journal for 2016. He has worked for Congressman Frank Wolf and Congresswoman Barbara Comstock.

Brooke A. Rogers (Summer 2015)

Brooke Rogers is the editorial page assistant at the New York Post. A summer 2015 College Fix fellow, Brooke worked at National Review as an Agostinelli Fellow. She is a graduate of Laramie County Community College, where she was co-editor of the Wingspan. She previously worked at National Review as an assistant to the publisher.

Derek Draplin (Spring 2015)

Derek Draplin is the Colorado News Editor for The Center Square and the weekend editor for The Daily Caller. A 2015 spring College Fix journalism fellow, Derek worked at The Detroit News. He is a graduate of the University of Michigan. He previously served as a producer for the Forbes Opinion channel, a correspondent for Michigan Capital Confidential and an associate editor at The Daily Caller. His previous editorial experience includes serving as editor-in-chief and publisher of The Michigan Review.

Austin Yack (Summer 2015)

Austin Yack is the founder and CEO of Ascendyn Advertising, a direct response advertising agency. A 2015 summer College Fix journalism fellow, Austin worked at The Hill. He is a magna cum laude graduate of University of California-Santa Barbara. He was previously a William F. Buckley Political Journalism Fellow at National Review. He made Washington Examiner’s 2018 30 Under 30.

Marieke Desmond (Spring 2015)

Marieke Desmond is the owner of Mighty Slingshot and policy strategist for Salinas Basin Water Alliance. A 2015 spring College Fix fellow, Marieke worked at USA Today. She is a graduate of Hillsdale College. Her previous editorial experience includes serving as editor-in-chief of The Hillsdale Collegian and interning at The Washington Times. She also worked as a writer for Senator Ben Sasse (R., Nebraska).

Aaron Bandler (Summer 2014)

Aaron Bandler is a reporter for The Jewish Journal. A 2014 summer College Fix journalism fellow, Aaron worked at The Daily Caller. He is a graduate of California Polytechnic State University. His previous editorial experience includes contributing to Townhall Media. He was previously a writer for The Daily Wire.

Michael Cipriano (Summer 2014)

Michael Cipriano is foreign affairs officer at the US State Department. A 2014 summer College Fix journalism fellow, Michael worked at RealClearPolitics. He holds undergraduate and graduate degrees from American University. He was previously senior writer for The Pink Sheet covering FDA regulatory policy for professionals in the pharmaceutical industry.

Vivian Jones (Summer 2014)

Vivian Jones is a state politics and government reporter at The Tennessean. A 2014 summer College Fix journalism fellow, Vivian worked at The Hill. She is a graduate of Hillsdale College, where she edited The Collegian and the Hillsdale Daily News. She was previously a local government reporter at Main Street Nashville, a reporter at The Center Square, the communications director for The Philos Project, and a legislative assistant in the Tennessee General Assembly.

Caroline Craddock (Summer 2014)

Caroline Craddock is a stay at home mother and home educator. A 2014 summer College Fix fellow, Caroline worked at National Review as an Agostinelli fellow. She is a graduate of King’s College. She previously worked as the campaign director (English) for the non-profit international petition platform CitizenGO and as the Operations Coordinator, ADF International at Alliance Defending Freedom.

Ben Smith (Summer 2014)

Ben Smith works as a digital media specialist. A 2014 summer College Fix journalism fellow, Ben worked at The American Spectator. He is a graduate of the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill. He previously worked as a digital media specialist for the Washington Examiner.

Nathaniel Botwinick (Summer 2013)

Nathaniel Botwinick works at a law firm in New York City. A 2013 College Fix journalism fellow, Nathaniel worked at National Review as an Agostinelli fellow. He holds an undergraduate degree from Yale University and a JD from New York University School of Law.

Dan Santella (Fall 2013)

Dan Santella is a reporter for KELO-TV, the CBS affiliate in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. A 2013 fall Student Free Press Association fellow, Dan worked at The Monitor. He graduated from Georgetown University in 2008.

Spencer Amaral (Summer 2013)

Spencer Amaral is the director of programming at The Windrose Project and a teacher at The St. Timothy School in Dallas, Texas. A 2013 summer College Fix journalism fellow, Spencer worked at The American Spectator. He is a graduate of Hillsdale College. His previous editorial experience includes interning for The Daily Caller.

Zenon Evans (Summer 2013)

Zenon Evans is a robotics software services engineer at Zebra Technologies. A 2013 summer College Fix journalism fellow, Zenon worked at Reason. He is a graduate of The Ohio State University where he was editor-in-chief of The Rubicon, an independent student publication.

Noah Glyn (Summer 2013)

Noah Glyn is a budget supervisor at the New Jersey Treasury Department. A 2012 summer College Fix fellow, Noah worked at National Review as an Agostinelli fellow. He is a graduate of Rutgers University.

Lindsey Grudnicki (Summer 2013)

Lindsey Grudnicki is a program manager at the Institute for Humane Studies. A 2013 College Fix fellow, Lindsey worked at National Review as an Agostinelli fellow. She is a graduate of Ashland University. She served as an editorial assistant for Minerva Rising. She is a guest writer at Center Squared.

Jim Hemphill (Summer 2013)

Jim Hemphill was previously an editorial writer at The Toledo Blade. A 2013 summer College Fix fellow, Jim worked at the Washington Examiner. He is a graduate of the College of William & Mary.

Andrew Johnson (Summer 2013)

Andrew Johnson is senior writer and editor at Subject Matter, a creative advocacy firm. A 2013 summer College Fix fellow, Andrew worked at National Review as an Agostinelli fellow. He is a graduate of the University of Minnesota. He previously worked as digital press secretary of the National Republican Congressional Committee, and as the Communications Director for Congressman Erik Paulsen of Minnesota.

Charles Rollet (Summer 2013)

Charles Rollet is a reporter for IPVM, an independent video surveillance information source. A 2013 summer College Fix journalism fellow, Charles worked at The Daily Caller. He is a graduate of Northwestern University. He was an Overseas Press Club Scholar at NYU’s School of Journalism. His previous editorial experience includes serving as editor-in-chief for the Northwestern Chronicle. His work has appeared in Wired, the Phnom Penh Post, Foreign Policy Magazine, and Global Finance, among others.

Alexander Kazam (Summer 2013)

Alexander Kazam is an associate in the Washington, D.C. office of King & Spalding. A summer 2013 College Fix fellow, Alexander worked at National Review as an Agostinelli fellow. The following year, he also worked at The Wall Street Journal as a Tikvah Fellow. He is a graduate of Harvard College, where he was managing editor of the Harvard Political Review, and holds a JD from Yale Law School, where he was notes editor of the Yale Law Journal. He served as a clerk on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit, the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York, and the U.S. Supreme Court. Previously he was senior counsel in the Office of the Associate Attorney General at the US Department of Justice.

Laura Byrne Prugh (Spring 2013)

Laura Byrne Prugh is the Senior Manager of Public Relations at Stanley Black & Decker. A 2013 spring College Fix journalism fellow, Laura worked at Red Alert Politics. She is a graduate of Tulane University. She previously served as deputy director of communications for the city of Mobile, Alabama.

Samantha Schroeder (Fall 2012)

Samantha Schroeder is the director of video at the American Enterprise Institute. A 2012 fall College Fix journalism fellow, Samantha worked at The Daily Caller. She is a graduate of the University of Central Florida. She was previously director of external affairs at the Foreign Policy Initiative, and deputy director of FedSoc Films at the Federalist Society.

Julie Ershadi (Summer 2012)

Julie Ershadi is a PhD student in Iranian Studies at UCLA, focusing on medieval Persian literature. A 2012 summer College Fix journalism fellow, Julie worked at The Hill. She is a graduate of Bryn Mawr College. She was previously lifestyle reporter and legislative researcher for CQ Roll Call, and her writing has appeared in Reason, The Hill, and others.

Josh Fatzick (Spring 2012)

Josh Fatzick is a service manager in the HVAC industry. A 2012 spring College Fix journalism fellow, Josh worked at The Hill. He is a graduate of Coastal Carolina University. He previously worked for The Daily Caller and Voice of America. His previous editorial experience includes serving as editor-in-chief of The Chanticleer.

Emily Schrader (Summer 2012)

Emily Schrader is the founder of the marketing firm Social Lite Creative and senior correspondent at Ynet. A 2012 summer College Fix journalism fellow, Emily worked at The Weekly Standard. She holds an undergraduate degree from the University of Southern California and an MA from Tel Aviv University. She served as the international digital director of Israeli educational organization StandWithUs, and was previously a columnist at The Jerusalem Post.

Vishal Ganesan (Fall 2011)

Vishal Ganesan is an associate at Silicon Legal Strategy. A 2011 fall College Fix journalism fellow, Vishal worked at The Daily Caller. He holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees from the University of Arizona, and a JD from the University of Virginia School of Law. His editorial experience included writing and editing for the Desert Lamp.

Kyle Blaine (Summer 2011)

Kyle Blaine is the senior campaign editor at CNN Politics. A 2011 summer College Fix fellow, Kyle worked at Reason. He is a graduate of Vanderbilt University. He previously worked for BuzzFeed, as news editor of The Vanderbilt Hustler, and with ABC News.

Christopher Goins (Summer 2011)

Christopher Goins is a freelance journalist and court reporter on Capitol Hill. A 2011 summer College Fix journalism fellow, Christopher worked at The Hill. He is a graduate of La Salle University. His previous editorial experience includes writing for Baltimore Post-Examiner, MarylandReporter.com, The American Spectator, CNSNews.com and Politic365. He was previously the former assistant managing editor at ASC Services, a transcriber of political events. 

Kate Havard Rozansky (Summer 2011)

Kate Havard Rozansky the associate director of the Maimonides Scholars Program at Hertog Foundation. A 2011 summer College Fix journalism fellow, Kate worked at The Weekly Standard. She is a graduate of St. John’s College. She was a Tikvah Fellow at the Wall Street Journal. Her previous editorial experience includes reporting for The Washington Post, and she served as a research analyst at the Foundation for the Defense of Democracies.

Amanda Seitz (Summer 2011)

Amanda Seitz is a healthcare policy reporter for the Associated Press. A 2011 summer College Fix journalism fellow, Amanda worked at the Daily Caller. She is a graduate of Miami University. Her previous experience includes working for the Dayton Daily News and the Wausau Daily Herald. She was previously a digital politics and government reporter for WCPO-9 in Cincinnati.

Tray Smith (Summer 2011)

Tray Smith is an associate at Mayer Brown. A 2011 summer College Fix journalism fellow, Tray worked at The Washington Examiner. He holds an undergraduate degree from the University of Alabama, where he served as opinion editor of The Crimson White, and a JD from Tulane University Law School.

Alicia M. Cohn (Spring 2011)

Alicia M. Cohn is senior content editor at Bloomberg Law newsletters. A 2011 College Fix journalism fellow, she worked at The Hill. She is a graduate of Wheaton College. Her previous editorial experience includes working as the assignment editor at The Hill, as a staff writer for the Washington Examiner, and bylines as a freelancer in The Washington Post, The Atlantic, Quartz, 5280 Magazine, The Denver Post, and Thrillist. She also worked in communications for the Heritage Foundation, Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck, and Colorado Parks and Wildlife. She previously served as the managing editor at the Denver Business Journal.

Claire M. Cousino (Summer 2010)

Claire M. Cousino is a stay-at-home mother. A 2010 summer College Fix journalism fellow, Claire worked at The Washington Times. She graduated from the University of Notre Dame, where she served as editor-in-chief of the Irish Rover. After graduation, she worked in communications for Autocam.

Peyton Miller (Summer 2010)

Peyton Miller is a trial attorney at the IRS Office of Chief Counsel in Washington, D.C. A 2010 summer College Fix journalism fellow, Peyton worked at The Weekly Standard. He graduated from Harvard University in 2015 and New York University in 2016. His previous editorial experience includes editing the Harvard Salient and the NYU Tax Law Review and serving on the articles board of the Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy.

Andrew Stiles (Summer 2010)

Andrew Stiles is a senior writer at The Washington Free Beacon. A 2010 summer College Fix journalism fellow, Andrew worked at The Hill. He is a graduate of the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill. His previous editorial experience includes reporting for National Review and Heat Street.

Past Editors and Writers

Maggie Kelly

Maggie Kelly is a media relations specialist for the University of Austin. She previously served as assistant editor The College Fix, as well as associate editor of Columbia magazine, an editorial assistant at DNAinfo.com, and an elementary school teacher at a charter school in Phoenix. She holds a B.A. from New York University and resides in Philadelphia.

Pat Cross

Pat Cross is in the postulant class with the Norbertine Fathers from St. Michael’s Abbey in Silverado, California. Formerly a political cartoonist and illustrator, his work was published by The College Fix, Townhall, First Things, National Catholic Register and at several other publications. Pat is a graduate of Thomas Aquinas College. His full scope of work can be viewed at PatCrossCartoons.com.

Christian Schneider

Christian Schneider is director of editorial services at the Cato Institute. A former senior reporter for The College Fix, his writing focused on investigative, enterprise and analysis reporting. He is the author of 1916: The Blog” and has spent time as a political columnist at USA Today, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel and National Review Online. His op-eds have been featured in The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, New York Post, City Journal, Weekly Standard and National Review. He has also been a frequent guest on political television and radio shows. He holds a master’s degree in political science from Marquette University and lives in Madison, Wisconsin.

Jeremy Lott

Jeremy Lott is managing editor at Competitive Enterprise Institute. Lott worked as an assistant editor for The College Fix in 2021. He also previously worked as an editor for a number of publications and founded three of the Real Clear Politics family of websites.

Greg Piper

Greg Piper is a reporter for Just The News. He served as associate editor of The College Fix from 2014 to 2021. Prior to that, he spent several years as a technology reporter and editor for Warren Communications News and was also a guest host on C-SPAN’s “The Communicators.”

Daniel Payne

Daniel Payne is a senior editor at Catholic News Agency. He previously served as assistant editor of The College Fix from 2017 to 2020. He was a reporter at Just the News from 2020 to 2023. He attended Virginia Commonwealth University, where he studied English literature and the Italian language. He has written for Not the Bee, the Richmond Times-Dispatch, USA Today, the Federalist, and other outlets.

Nathan Rubbelke

Nathan Rubbelke is a reporter for the St. Louis Business Journal. He was previously a staff reporter for The College Fix with a specialty in investigative and enterprise reporting. Rubbelke graduated from Saint Louis University. He has also held editorial positions at The Commercial Review daily newspaper in Portland, Indiana, as well as at The Washington Examiner, Red Alert Politics and St. Louis Public Radio.

Katherine Miller

Katherine Miller is a staff writer and editor for the opinion section of the New York Times. She is a founding editor of The College Fix.

Nathan Harden

Nathan Harden served as editor of The College Fix from 2012 to 2014. He is director of programs at RealClearFoundation and editor of RealClearEducation. He is the author of Sex and God at Yale: Porn, Political Correctness, and a Good Education Gone Bad.

Robby Soave

Robby Soave is an associate editor at Reason.com. Before joining Reason, Soave was a reporter for The Daily Caller and associate editor for The College Fix. A graduate of the University of Michigan, he served as editorial page editor and summer managing editor of The Michigan Daily during his time on campus. He is the author of Panic Attack: Young Radicals in the Age of Trump, released in 2019.

In Memoriam

Conor Beck (Summer 2016)

Conor Beck was the communications project manager at the Institute for Justice. A 2016 summer College Fix journalism fellow, Conor worked at The Weekly Standard. He previously served as a media analyst for the Washington Free Beacon and his reporting also appeared on LifeNews. Conor died unexpectedly at the age of 27. The College Fix remembers him as a happy warrior for freedom.

Where Are They Now?

Where are they now?

Here’s a list of former campus reporters for The College Fix who enjoy successful journalism careers today:

Abigail Anthony is a contributor to the Free Press. She is a graduate of Princeton University.

Alec Dent is a writer and assistant editor at the Washington Post. A graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, he held internships at the Washington Free Beacon and the American Enterprise Institute, was editor-in-chief of the Carolina Review, editor at The Daily Tar Heel, and a contributor at Acculturated. 

Alex Pfeiffer is founder and principal at Pfeiffer Public Affairs. Previously he was a White House reporter for The Daily Caller and an investigative producer at Fox News..

Alexander Pease is a contributor to The Daily Caller. He is a graduate of the University of Massachusetts, Boston.

Allie Simon is an associate producer at Fox News. She is a graduate of University of California San Diego.

Andy Ngo is editor-at-large for the Post Millennial and the author of “Unmasked: Inside Antifa’s Radical Plan to Destroy Democracy.”

Asher Noethis is a social media producer for the Washington Examiner. He is a graduate of Liberty University.

Ashley Carnahan is a production assistant with Fox News Digital. She is a graduate of USC Annenberg.

Ben Decatur is digital communications director at Club for Growth. He is a graduate of the University of Michigan.

Blake Mauro is a reporter at the Washington Free Beacon. She is a graduate of Clemson University.

Breana Noble is an automotive and business reporter at the Detroit News.

Charlotte Hazard is a reporter for Just The News. She is a graduate of Liberty University.

Charlotte McKinley is a boxing correspondent for the Spokesman-Review. She is a graduate of Biola University.

Christian Britschgi is associate editor at Reason. A graduate of Portland State University.

Christopher Tremoglie is an editor at the Washington Examiner. He is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania.

Christopher White is a producer and writer at Sinclair Broadcast Group in Maryland. He holds a BA and MA from the University of Missouri, Columbia. Previously he was a senior reporter at the Daily Caller.

Ellie Gardey is a reporter and associate editor at The American Spectator. She is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame.

Emma Colton is a reporter for Fox News Digital. A graduate of The College of New Jersey, she previously worked for the Daily Caller News Foundation and the Washington Examiner.

Esther Wickham is the Journalism Program Officer at The Fund for American Studies. She is a graduate of The King’s College.

Finn McCole is a digital production assistant at Fox News Media. He is a graduate of Trinity College.

Hayley (Tschetter) Feland is a reporter at the Alpha News. She is a graduate of University of Northwestern, St. Paul.

Ian Tuttle is a doctoral student at Catholic University. A graduate of St John’s College, he served as a William F. Buckley Fellow at the National Review Institute and an editorial intern at National Review.

Jack Butler is submissions editor for National Review. A graduate of Hillsdale College, he has written for Acculturated, Washington Free Beacon, The Federalist, and the Hillsdale Collegian. He hosts the Young Americans podcast at Ricochet.

Jackson Richman is a writer at The Epoch Times. Previously he was Washington correspondent for Jewish News Syndicate, and a writer for Mediaite. A graduate of The George Washington University, his work has appeared in many news outlets, including The Weekly Standard, the Daily Caller, the Washington Examiner, The Daily Signal, The Huffington Post, The Forward, Tablet magazine, and New Voices magazine.

Jessica (Resuta) Nardi is a copywriter for Catholic Vote. She is a graduate of Franciscan University of Steubenville.

John Rigolizzo is an associate editor at Campus Reform. He is a graduate of Rutgers University Camden.

John Tuttle works in communications for the Diocese of Rockford (IL). He is a graduate of Benedictine College.

Julia Johnson is reporter for Fox News Digital. Previously she was a reporter at The New Guard and an editor at the Washington Examiner. She is a graduate of the University of South Carolina.

Kate Hardiman is a clerk for the U.S. District Court, District of Colombia. A graduate of the University of Notre Dame, she holds a JD from Georgetown University. Previously she was an opinion writer for the Washington Examiner. She is the author of “Unshackled: Freeing America’s K–12 Education System.”

Katherine Rodriguez is a trending news reporter for NJ Advance media and The Star Ledger. She is a graduate of The George Washington University.

Lauren Fox is a congressional correspondent for CNN. A graduate of the University of Oregon, she holds an MA from The Johns Hopkins University. Previously she reported for Talking Points Memo, National Journal, and US News and World Report. She was an intern at The Register-Guard and Portland Monthly Magazine.

Lauren Cooley is executive director of the Republican Party of Broward County, FL. A graduate of Furman University, she holds an MA from the University of Miami. She was an editor at Red Alert Politics and writes for the Washington Examiner, USA Today, the Daily Wire, and Townhall.com.

Madison Iszler is a business reporter for the San Antonio Express-News. A graduate of The King’s College, she was previously business reporter for the Times Union, multimedia reporting fellow at The News and Observer Publishing Company, an intern at USA Today, and editor in chief of The Empire State Tribune.

Maria Lencki is a Digital Production Assistant with Fox News. She is a graduate of Franciscan University of Steubenville.

Marshelle Paulino is a conference assistant for The Philadelphia Society. She is a graduate of Franciscan University of Steubenville.

Mary-Grace Byers is a coordinator at the Heritage Foundation’s Oversight Project. She is a graduate of Franciscan University of Steubenville.

Matthew Boyer is director of media relations at the Mercatus Center at George Mason University. Previously he was director of communications at Young Americans for Liberty. He is a graduate of Rutgers University and George Mason University.

Matthew Giffin is a reporter at The Tennessee Star. He is a graduate of Middle Tennessee State University.

Megan Keller is assistant editorial features editor at The Wall Street Journal. A graduate of Claremont McKenna College, she has written for The Hill as a Collegiate Network Nofziger Fellow.

Nic Rowan is managing editor of The Lamp Magazine. A graduate of Hillsdale College, he has written for the Washington Free Beacon, the Washington Examiner, and interned at the New York Post.

Peter Maxwell is a news reporter at WXYZ-TV in Detroit, Michigan. He is a graduate of Curry College and holds an MA from Lynn University. He had broadcasting internships at CBS News, MSNBC, NBC News, Fox News, and was a contributor to Red Alert Politics.

Peter Van Voorhis is a Talent at X1 Card. Previously he was a recruiter at V3 Talent Partners and chief strategist at Magnum Strategies, and his writing has appeared in the Washington Examiner, Independent Journal Review, Blaze, Red Alert Politics, Campus Reform, and Euronews.

Rachel Culver is a research fellow with The Federalist Society. She is a graduate of The Master’s University.

Sophia Corso is program coordinator for the Diocese of Syracuse Respect Life Office. She has written for LifeSiteNews, The Federalist, and YAF’s New Guard.

Tal Fortgang writes for City Journal. He is a graduate of Princeton University and New York University School of Law.

Tom Joyce is a political reporter for the New Boston Post in Massachusetts. He is a graduate of Emerson College.

Thomas Stevenson is a reporter for The Post Millennial. He is a graduate of Brigham Young University

Will Kessler is a reporter at the Daily Caller News Foundation. He is a graduate of the College of the Holy Cross.

William Biagini is a reporter for The Texas Scorecard.

William Nardi is digital marketing and analytics manager for the Knights of Columbus. A graduate of Franciscan University of Stubenville, he founded The Rouser and the Boston Free Beacon student papers. He was an intern at the Washington Examiner and the Leadership Institute, and he has written for Red Alert Politics, VICE Media, National Review, and The Bulwark.