Who We Are
John J. Miller
John J. Miller is the founder and executive director of The College Fix and its parent organization, the Student Free Press Association. He is also director of the Dow Journalism Program at Hillsdale College, national correspondent for National Review, and a frequent contributor to the Wall Street Journal, Philanthropy, and other publications. His books include The First Assassin, a historical thriller, as well as The Big Scrum: How Teddy Roosevelt Saved Football and The Polygamist King: A True Story of Murder, Lust, and Exotic Faith in America. As a student at the University of Michigan, he edited the Michigan Review. His personal website is HeyMiller.com.
Jennifer Kabbany is Editor of The College Fix – a publication of the Student Free Press Association. From 2002 to 2013, she worked in various capacities for the North County Times and San Diego Union-Tribune newspapers as a City Hall, education and features reporter, as well as a weekly education columnist. Previously, she served as Associate Editor of FrontPage Magazine, as well as held editorial positions at The Weekly Standard and The Washington Times. She is also a Robert Novak Journalism Fellowship recipient and has contributed to National Review. Jennifer graduated from San Diego State University, where she served as Editor in Chief of The Daily Aztec.
Greg Piper is Associate Editor of The College Fix. He spent several years as a technology policy reporter and editor for Warren Communications News in Washington, D.C., and guest host on C-SPAN’s The Communicators. Previously he led media and public relations at Seattle’s Discovery Institute, a free-market think tank. Greg is developing a Web series about a college newspaper, COPY, whose pilot episode was a semifinalist in the TV category for the Scriptapalooza competition in 2012. He graduated in 2001 from Seattle Pacific University, where he co-founded the alternative newspaper PUNCH and served as a reporter, editor and columnist for The Falcon.
Dave Huber is an Assistant Editor of The College Fix. He has written about education, politics and entertainment for over a decade, most of that time at The Colossus of Rhodey and the popular media bias site Newsbusters. He’s also served as a writer and editor-in-chief of Advanced Iron, an entertainment webzine. Involved in public education for 25 years, Dave holds a B.A. and M.Ed. from the University of Delaware and is a graduate student member of the National Association of Scholars. In association with the NAS in 2000, Dave chaired the Delaware Textbook Assessment Committee, which examined American and world history texts in the state.
Daniel Payne is an Assistant Editor of The College Fix. He attended Virginia Commonwealth University, where he studied English literature and the Italian language. He is also a senior contributor at the Federalist. His work has appeared in National Review Online, Reason, Front Porch Republic; his writing has also been used as instructional material for college composition courses. Additionally, he runs the blog Trial of the Century.
Christian Schneider is a senior reporter for The College Fix with a focus 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.
Graham Piro is an investigative/enterprise reporter for The College Fix. He graduated from Georgetown University with a major in English with a minor in journalism and government. As a College Fix/Student Free Press Association fellow in the fall of 2017, he worked at the Washington Free Beacon. During his time at Georgetown, Graham served as the editor-in-chief of The Georgetown Voice, Georgetown’s premiere newsmagazine. He has also worked at The Hill.
Student Free Press Association board members 2018-19
Justin Wilson (president)
John J. Miller