Here’s a list of former campus reporters for The College Fix who enjoy successful journalism careers today:
Alec Dent is a fact checker at The Dispatch. 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.
Andy Ngo is an editor-at-large for the Post Millennial and the author of Unmasked: Inside Antifa’s Radical Plan to Destroy Democracy. A graduate of the University of California, Los Angeles, he has written columns for the Wall Street Journal, the New York Post, National Review, and others.
Breana Noble is an automotive and business reporter at the Detroit News. A graduate of Hillsdale College, she held internships at the Collegiate Network, The Detroit News, and Newsmax Media. She has written for WAAM Radio, TheStreet, Dow Jones News Fund, The American Spectator, and Red Alert Politics.
Christian Britschg: is associate editor at Reason. A graduate of Portland State University, he previously worked as an intern in the office of Representative Jim Weidner, as an associate at Hubbell Communications, and as an intern at the Reason Foundation.
Christopher White: is a senior reporter at the Daily Caller. He holds a BA and MA from the University of Missouri, Columbia. Previously he blogged at The Liberty Edifier, and was a state chairman for Young Americans for Liberty.
Emma Colton is an editor and reporter for the Washington Examiner on its social media team. A graduate of The College of New Jersey, she previously worked for the Daily Caller News Foundation as an editor for four years.
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 Washington correspondent for Jewish News Syndicate. 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. His work has been cited in Reuters, The Hill, FoxNews.com, Vox, The Washington Free Beacon, The Washington Times, The Federalist, The Jerusalem Post, The Forward, Jewish Journal, Campus Reform, and others.
Kate Hardiman is a JD student at Georgetown University and an opinion writer for the Washington Examiner. A graduate of the University of Notre Dame, her forthcoming book is Unshackled: Freeing America’s K–12 Education System.
Lauren Fox reports on federal agencies and Congress 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 works for the city of Fort Lauderdale, Florida. 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.
Peter Maxwell is a news anchor at KHQ Inc. 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 recruiter at V3 Talent Partners. Previously he was 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.
William Nardi is a content creator 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.
Ben Decatur is Digital Communications Director at Club for Growth. He is a graduate of the University of Michigan.