College Fix contributor Abigail Anthony graduated summa cum laude from Princeton in 2023 with a politics concentration. She is a Barry Scholar at Oxford University pursuing a master's degree in Linguistics.
College Fix contributor Jack Applewhite is a student at the University of Georgia majoring in risk management and insurance with a certificate in legal studies. 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.
College Fix contributor William Benson is a student at The Catholic University of America pursuing a degree in politics. He serves on the executive board of Catholic University College Republicans and is an editor and contributor at Lone Conservative.
College Fix correspondent William Biagini is a student at Florida State University studying history. He is a member of the swing dancing club and College Republicans. On the side, he is a co-host of his podcast—The William & Hale Show. He also writes for both Campus Reform and the FSView & Florida Flambeau newspaper.
College Fix contributor Nathan Biller is a student at Colgate University where he is pursuing a double major in history and political science. He is also a contributor to Lone Conservative, and a staff writer for the commentary section of The Colgate Maroon News. He is also a knight of the Principality of Sealand.
College Fix contributor Kenzi Bustamante is a student at the University of Chicago pursuing degrees in biology and public policy. She is a board member of College Republicans, active in Students for Life, and a staff writer for the Chicago Thinker, UChicago's right-of-center student journal.
College Fix contributor Oscar Buynevich is a student at Temple University majoring in history with a minor in political science. Additionally, he has started to take graduate courses for his Master of Public Policy. On campus, he serves as the Executive Director for the College Republicans and is a member of Alpha Tau Omega. He has written for Campus Reform as a correspondent and has made appearances as a guest on Real America's Voice and the The Dom Giordano Show to talk about public safety issues at Philadelphia universities.
College Fix contributor Andrew Clark is a graduate student at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary where he is pursuing a Master’s of Divinity in philosophy. He is a member of the Libertas Society at Southern Seminary.
College Fix contributor Hudson Crozier is a student at the University of North Texas studying journalism and political science. He is senior contributor for the fast-growing publication Upward News and has also written for The Federalist, Red Liberty Media, and more. His work ranges from analysis to investigative reporting to photojournalism
College Fix contributor Rachel Culver is an undergraduate student at The Master's University, currently pursuing a B.A. in political studies, with an emphasis in political theory and constitutional law. She has also written for Concerned Women for America. She is interning for Alliance Defending Freedom for the summer of 2023.
College Fix contributor Gigi De La Torre is a student at Franciscan University of Steubenville studying English with a concentration in writing and a minor in political science. She is a member of the Center for Leadership as well as the Great Books Honors Program. She is a member of the women’s soccer team.
College Fix contributor Leana Dippie is a student at the University of Florida where she is pre-law, studying political science and English. She holds leadership positions at a number of on and off-campus organizations such as the Leadership Institute and the James Madison Institute.
College Fix contributor Jonathan Draeger is a student at the University of Wisconsin, Madison pursuing a degree in Economics and a certificate in German. He is interested in investigating economic matters and explaining different current events through an economic lens.
College Fix contributor Chloe Ezzo is a student at Dartmouth College where she studies French and Russian. She is the President of the Dartmouth Republicans and several other conservative groups on campus.
College Fix contributor Colleen Farabaugh is an graduate student at Franciscan University of Steubenville, currently pursuing an M.A. in Catholic Studies. She received her undergrad degree from Franciscan in political science with two minors in Spanish and human life studies. She has also written for Lone Conservative.
College Fix contributor Noelle Fitchett is a graduate student at Texas A&M University, currently pursuing an M.S. in economics. She received her undergraduate degree from California State University, Fullerton in biochemistry and philosophy concentrating in moral and legal studies. She has also written for Concerned Women for America and Campus Reform and her photo journalism has been featured in MSN, Vox and more.
College Fix Contributor Emily Fowler is a student at The Master's University, where she studies music. She previously received an associate's degree in arts and sciences at Wabash Valley College. She also writes for Campus Reform, where she is a senior correspondent.
College Fix contributor Peter Gattuso is a student at Connecticut College studying economics and political philosophy. He serves as President of the College Republicans club, and is Editor-in-chief of The Conntrarian.
College Fix contributor Matthew Giffin is a student at Middle Tennessee State University studying journalism and public relations while minoring in psychology. He is the editor-in-chief of MTSU Sidelines and is involved with Reformed University Fellowship.
College Fix contributor Elaine Gunthorpe is a student at Christendom College where she is studying political science and economics. Elaine is involved with the Christendom College Republicans, Network of Enlightened Women, and Shield of Roses. She also writes as a Campus Correspondent with Campus Reform.
College Fix contributor Jeremy Hill is a student at Boyce College studying political science. He is involved in Young Americans for Freedom and Students for Life of America. He is a state captain for SFLA and a field representative for the Family Foundation of Virginia.
College Fix contributor Joseph Hobbs is a student at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology studying aerospace engineering. He takes interest in engaging the technical fields through physics and mathematics as well as the humanities through history and foreign language. In his free time, he enjoys running and playing piano and guitar.
College Fix contributor Declan Hurley, a North Carolina numismatist, is a student of economics at the University of Chicago. He is the vice president of the Chicago Thinker, UChicago's right-of-center student journal.
College Fix contributor William Hurley is a student at Hope College where he studies political science and theology. He is active in many clubs including Hope Republicans, Hope Catholics, and Students Cherishing Life. He has written for the Hope College student newspaper, The Anchor.
College Fix contributor Therese Joffre is a student at Hope College studying chemistry. She is a member of College Republicans and Young Americans for Freedom, as well as a leader for the Gerald R. Ford Leadership Forum. She served as opinion editor for The Anchor and has contributed to The Wall Street Journal Future View section.
College Fix contributor Giovanna Johnson is a student at Gordon College in Massachusetts studying political science. She is a senior editor of the student publication The Gordon Review, and her writing has appeared on Future Female Leaders and her blog Sustained By Grace.
College Fix contributor Jasmyn Jordan is an honors student at the University of Iowa studying political science and international relations on the pre-law track. She is vice-chairwoman of Iowa Young Americans for Freedom, member of Phi Alpha Delta, member of Phi Eta Sigma, an Honors Outreach Ambassador, is involved with campus ministry, and has interned for several political campaigns.
College Fix contributor Nicholas Kelley is a seminary track student at Boyce College and the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. In addition to his studies Nicholas volunteers at the theology and music departments of his church.
College Fix contributor Corey Kendig is student at Grove City College studying political science and history. He is the school’s Young America’s Foundation president and an editor for the school’s law journal.
College Fix contributor Will Kessler is a junior at the College of the Holy Cross majoring in political science with a minor in Russian studies. He is a staff writer for the Fenwick Review and a member of his school’s College Republicans.
College Fix contributor Terrance Kible is a law student at the Duquesne University School of Law. He hopes to pursue a career as a litigator focusing on conservative public-interest law. Terrance is a member of his university’s Federalist Society and Criminal Law Society.
College Fix contributor Rachel Lalgie is a student at the University of Florida, studying accounting and economics. She is a member of UF's Phi Eta Sigma and the National Society of Collegiate Scholars.
College Fix contributor Ryan Lindner is a student at Texas A&M University where he is studying political science and history. He is an opinion writer for his campus newspaper, The Battalion, and an officer of TAMU's Young Americans for Freedom chapter.
College Fix contributor Anna Lofgren is a graduate student at the University of Rhode Island where she studies secondary education. Anna has been a guest columnist for The Providence Journal and hosts two FM radio shows through her university.
College Fix contributor John Macejka is a Political Science and Business major at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He has published literature on both democratization and Brexit, and also enjoys writing short stories.
College Fix contributor Rena Mainetti is a student at Grove City College studying political science with a minor in psychology. She a member of the college’s AEI Executive Council chapter, associate editor for the GCC Journal of Law and Public Policy, and an athlete on the women’s swim and dive team.
College Fix contributor Garrett Marchand is a pre-law student at the University of Alabama majoring in political science and economics with a minor in the Blount Scholars Program. Garrett is a member of Young Americans for Freedom. He is a contributor for Alabama's student paper, The Crimson White.
College Fix contributor Blake Mauro is a student at Clemson University pursuing a major in political science and minors in journalism and legal theory. She is an intern at FOX News, editor-in-chief at Clemson's student-run newspaper, and a contributor to Lone Conservative.
Aidan Mays is a student at Franciscan University of Steubenville studying English with a writing focus, while also studying Greek and tutoring at the Writing Center. He is enrolled in the Honors program and is an active member of Sigma Tau Delta and the Treasurer for his local chapter. He is a Krav Maga and Muay Thai practitioner.
College Fix contributor Haika Mrema studies marketing at Baylor University. She serves as her college chapter's vice president for the Network of Enlightened Women and is a campus correspondent for Campus Reform.
College Fix contributor Daniel Nuccio holds master's degrees in both psychology and biology. He is currently pursuing his doctorate in biology at Northern Illinois University where he is studying the impact of social isolation on host-microbe interactions and learning new coding techniques to integrate into his research.
College Fix contributor Benjamin Ogilvie is a law student at the University of Chicago, where he writes for the Chicago Thinker. Prior to law school, he worked for a year in management consulting, interned for the United Nations and the US Congress, and completed a master's degree researching COVID-19 disinfection.
College Fix contributor Rafael Oliveira is a student at The King’s College studying politics, philosophy and economics. His work has also appeared in the Empire State Tribune and Empire State Magazine.
College Fix contributor John Parker is a student at Syracuse University pursuing a degree in writing and rhetoric. He is a former opinion writer for his campus paper the Daily Orange. He is a member of his local College Republicans chapter and the chairman of its Journalism Caucus.
College Fix contributor Sylvie Patterson is a student at Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas, pursuing a degree in International Economics. She is a writer for Evie Magazine, and involved in The Tower, the conservative newspaper at Trinity. She is also an intern at a local newspaper in her hometown of Madison, Wisconsin.
College Fix contributor Marshelle Paulino is a student at Franciscan University of Steubenville where she is studying humanities and Catholic culture with a minor in political science. She is treasurer for Franciscan's Turning Point USA chapter.
College Fix contributor Margaret Peppiatt is a student at Franciscan University of Steubenville majoring in Political Science with minors in Human Life Studies and Legal Studies. She is a staff writer for The Troubadour.
College Fix contributor Heidi Reid is a third year at North Carolina State University studying communication with a minor in political science. She is also a contributor and editor for Technician campus newspaper and a Viceroy for Barstool Sports. On the side, she co-hosts a podcast, Eye on the Triangle, for 88.1 WKNC.
College Fix contributor Katlyn Renye is a student at East Tennessee State University pursuing a degree in media and communications with a concentration in journalism. She is a member of Turning Point USA and regularly attends the Baptist Collegiate Ministry at her university.
College Fix contributor Kyle Reynolds is a student of Public Policy Analysis at Indiana University. He serves as the editor-in-chief of The Crimson Post, an independent student outlet at IU; the president of the ISI Buckley Society at IU; and the Turning Point USA campus coordinator for IU. His work has appeared in The Daily Caller, The Washington Examiner, and The Washington Times.
College Fix contributor John Scott attends Boyce College in Kentucky, where he is majoring in business administration. He graduated from Cornerstone Classical Christian Academy in Montgomery, Alabama, where he worked for his high school yearbook. He also volunteered for four years with the Alabama Department of Archives and History.
College Fix contributor Alice Seeley is a student at Christendom College where she studies political science and economics. Alice leads the Network of enlightened Women chapter at Christendom College and is active in the Pro-life movement.
College Fix contributor Liam Siegler is a student at Gordon College studying political science with minors in English and professional writing. He has written for The Federalist and is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of the Gordon Review.
College Fix contributor Kyle Stogoski is a student at Wake Technical Community College working toward an Associate in Arts and plans to transfer to North Carolina State University to major in communications. He is frequently involved in College Republicans and Turning Point, and has also written for The Free Pack.
College Fix contributor Andrew Thompson is a student at Washington and Lee University pursuing majors in economics and history. He also writes for two student publications at W&L, The W&L Spectator and The Ring-tum Phi.
College Fix contributor Jackson Walker is a student at the University of Wisconsin majoring in journalism reporting and English creative writing. He writes and edits for the Arts section of the Badger Herald. He is also a member of the UW Marching band, which has taken him to two NFL stadiums and the Rose Bowl.
College Fix contributor Esther Wickham is a student at The Kings College in New York City where she is studying journalism with a pre-law minor. She writes for her school newspaper, The Empire State Tribune, as well at the magazine.
College Fix contributor Isaac Willour is a political science major at Grove City College. He is an award-winning columnist for GCC's college newspaper and the senior editor of the GCC Journal of Law & Public Policy. He chairs the Grove City AEI Executive Council, and his work has been published in The Dispatch, National Review, The Christian Post, and a variety of other outlets.
College Fix contributor Laurel Wood is a Regent's Scholar at Pepperdine University, majoring in English writing and rhetoric with minors in great books and creative writing. She is the editor-in-chief of and a contributor to The Pepperdine Beacon, an independent student newspaper covering Pepperdine's five undergraduate and graduate schools.
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