Campus Reform, a project of the Leadership Institute, is Americas leading site for college news.
As a conservative watchdog to the nations higher education system, Campus Reform exposes liberal bias and abuse on the nations college campuses.
Our team of professional journalists works alongside student activists and student journalists to report on the conduct and misconduct of campus administrators, faculty, and students. Campus Reform holds itself to rigorous journalism standards and strives to present each story with accuracy, objectivity, and public accountability.
Jon Street is a news editor for Campus Reform. Six years ago, Jon cut his reporting teeth fresh out of college as an intern at Media Research Center's CNSNews.com, where he interviewed multiple members of Congress and former presidential candidates. From there, he went on to complete a stint at Watchdog.org, where his exclusive, investigative work was picked up or cited by the New York Times, Washington Post, Fox News, National Review, and the Drudge Report, among others. More recently, Jon spent three years as an assistant editor at TheBlaze.com. In his free time, Jon enjoys trying new coffeehouses around the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area and traveling back to his home state of Missouri to spend time with his family.
Hannah-Catherine Smith is the Correspondent Director at Campus Reform. She is responsible for the recruitment, training, and management of Campus Reform’s student journalists. After joining the Leadership Institute in 2018 as the Communications Training and Studios Coordinator, Hannah-Catherine coordinated communications trainings for over a thousand conservative and liberty-minded attendees. She has also personally trained hundreds of activists to successfully navigate today's media landscape. Before joining the Leadership Institute, Hannah-Catherine worked as a television news reporter in the D.C. metropolitan area at WDVM-TV covering everything from the Virginia gubernatorial elections to human interest pieces as a one-woman-band. Hannah-Catherine has a BA in Communication Studies from Furman University and is currently pursuing her MA in Communication at Johns Hopkins University.
Celine Ryan is the Correspondent Editor reporting on liberal bias and abuse on campus for Campus Reform. Celine was previously the investigative reporter, New Hampshire Senior Campus Correspondent, and California Senior Campus Correspondent for Campus Reform.
Eduardo Neret is a digital reporter for Campus Reform. Prior to taking on his current position, Eduardo served as the Senior Florida Correspondent for Campus Reform and founded a conservative web publication where he hosted a series of interviews with notable conservative commentators and public figures. Eduardo’s work has appeared on the Fox News Channel, FoxNews.com, The Washington Examiner, Daily Caller, The Drudge Report, The Blaze, and The Daily Wire. He most recently served as a contributor to the Red Alert Politics section of The Washington Examiner. In addition to his independent journalism, Neret also previously worked at the Department of Justice and the Fox News Channel. He has appeared on numerous radio programs and NewsMaxTV to discuss his work and comment on relevant political issues.
Gabriel Nadales is a Regional Field Coordinator for the Leadership Institute and Contributor for Campus Reform. He has made headlines for his story of leaving Antifa and becoming a conservative, joining outlets including Fox News, Fox Business Network, and others to share his story.
Andrew Minik is a Regional Field Coordinator for the Leadership Institute and a Contributor for Campus Reform. Andrew was born and raised in the suburbs of Chicago, Illinois, and went on to study at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. After attending his first Leadership Institute training as a college junior, he became active in conservative politics and activism. He sparked national media coverage and a federal lawsuit against the university for First Amendment violations against him. He went on to work for the Republican National Committee and the National Rifle Association in the 2019 Virginia House of Delegates election. That same year Andrew was recognized among 50 conservative activists by President Donald Trump during the signing of his executive order protecting free speech on America’s campuses.