Campus Reform's Campus Correspondent program recruits, cultivates, and pays conservative student journalists all across the country to investigate and report liberal bias on college campuses throughout their state. These student contributors, working as investigative reporters, will work hand-in-hand with Campus Reform's team of professional journalists to develop their writing and reporting skills, build a professional network, and get published in national media outlets.
Madison Monroe Adams is a Florida Campus Correspondent for Campus Reform. She is a junior at the University of Central Florida, majoring in broadcast journalism and political science. Madison strives to be a news anchor. She is the vice president of the Society of Professional Journalists.
Colin Agostisi is a junior at The Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C. He is majoring in political science, planning to work in international relations, and minoring in Hispanic studies and philosophy. He is very active on campus and serves as the Outreach Coordinator for Cardinal Service Corps and as the Vice President of the American Solidarity Party. He is also a member of the Cross Country and Track team, Young America...
Antoinette Aho is a former Campus Reform intern at the Leadership Institute. She is from Sacramento, California, where she is involved with the local GOP and is a member of the Sacramento Republican Women's Federation. As a student journalist, Antoinette reports on politics for Fact Based America and writes the occasional op-ed for outlets such as Left Middle Right. She previously worked for Turning Point USA as a High School Coordinato...
Kate Anderson is a Nebraska Campus Correspondent with the goal of educating Americans on political issues where traditional media will not. She is graduating in May of 2022 with a bachelor’s degree in Political Science with a minor in Psychology. This year, Kate is the President of the Turning Point Chapter at the University of Nebraska, Omaha as well as the chapter’s Campus Coordinator. Upon graduation, she is planning on working with ...
Lynzee Ballif attends Gulf Coast State College in Panama City, Florida. Majoring in digital media production, she is working to create a production company for conservative artists to blossom and take back the culture war. At the same time she is pursuing a career in acting, filmmaking and journalism.
Chaida Bango Bango is a Maryland Campus Correspondent for Campus Reform. She is a rising junior studying English with a minor in professional writing at the University of Maryland. Chaida is a proud member of PragerFORCE and locally involved in the Turning Point USA chapter at the university. Besides writing for Campus Reform, Chaida is very politically vocal across social media platforms about American politics as well as society and c...
Jessica Beccaccio is a Florida Campus Correspondent bringing light to liberal bias throughout the area. She is graduating with a major in Political Science and a minor in International Studies. Jessica is currently Senator of Student Government and President of Phi Theta Kappa. This summer Jessica will intern with Senator Rubio’s office before starting her Junior year at Jacksonville University on scholarship.
Reade is a senior at Princeton University. He is studying Public and International Affairs and Russian. Reade is a member of Princeton’s Undergraduate Student Government, serving as a 2022 Class Senator. He previously served as a White House Intern in Summer 2020.
Alexia Bianchi is a Senior at the University of South Florida majoring in Psychology and minoring in English. She is involved in Army ROTC, College Republicans, Phi Sigma Theta Honor Society, and serves as the VP of Network of Enlightened Women at USF. Alexia's career goal is to be a military psychologist for the United States Army.
Katie Blanscet is an Oklahoma Campus Correspondent. She is majoring in International Relations with a double minor in Pre-law and Hebrew. She is very passionate about justice and plans to use her education for the betterment of all. She is the Vice President of ORU’s United for Israel club and is very invested in Middle Eastern affairs and culture.
Amanda Bourne is a Florida Campus Correspondent who currently attends the University of South Florida. She is majoring in Political Science on a Pre-law track. Amanda strives to further her career in law and become a criminal defense attorney after law school. She is involved in multiple political organizations such as Turning Point and PragerForce.
Marissa Briggs is a freshman at the University of Florida. She is majoring in english and plans to double major in english and political science. She is an active student on campus, involved in organizations such as UF College of Republicans, Network of Enlightened Woman, Doulos Greek Ministry, and Salt Church. She strives to become an author and congresswoman when she graduates.
Ariana Brockman is a sophomore at the University of Nevada, Reno. She is pursuing a major in journalism with an emphasis in film and media production, as well as minors in American history and videography. Currently, she is serving as secretary of her university’s Turning Point USA chapter.
Justin Buckner is an upcoming senior at Chapman University’s Dodge College of Film and Media Arts, where he is majoring in broadcast journalism/documentary and minoring in political science. He is the President of the Chapman University College Republicans and is the Southern Regional Vice Chairman of California’s Federation of College Republicans.
Ashley Carnahan is a California Senior Campus Correspondent with Campus Reform. She is graduate student at USC Annenberg and previously attended the University of California Berkeley, Haas School of Business. Ashley majored in Business Administration with a minor in Russian.
Thomas Carufel is an Oregon Campus Correspondent. He is a junior studying political science at the University of Oregon. Thomas has worked with communications on the Alek Skarlatos congressional campaign in Oregon’s 4th as well as assisting with the social media of the Oregon Federation of College Republicans.
Caroline Cason is a North Carolina Correspondent with Campus Reform. She is a senior at Appalachian State University, majoring in Business Marketing with a concentration in sales. She is the president of her Turning Point USA chapter at ASU, an active member of College Republicans, Students for Life, and a social media ambassador for Young Women for America.
Brendan Chafin was a Campus Reform Intern. He is from Wilmington, North Carolina and is currently a freshman at Western Carolina University where he is getting his degree in Criminal Justice. Brendan is the president of the Turning Point USA chapter on campus. He is also involved with Young Americans for Liberty, and College Republicans.
Joshua Church is an Alaskan Correspondent for Campus Reform. After earning his bachelor’s degree in political science and a minor in Military and Securities Studies at the University of Alaska, Fairbanks, Joshua is continuing his education with Kaplan University. Josh has been a former student senator, worked with Arctic Students for Life, served for nine years with the Marines in Special Operations units, has owned, and operated a cons...
Noah J. Coats is an Oklahoma Campus Correspondent for Campus Reform. He is a freshman at the University of Oklahoma, majoring in political science with the intentions of attending law school afterwards. His motivation in life is to become a Congressman and to focus on bringing greater liberty to the American people.
Maria Colombo is a Florida Campus Correspondent for Campus Reform. She is a sophomore studying economics and Italian at the University of Florida and plans to graduate in 2022. After graduation, Maria will attend law school and continue to expose liberal bias throughout higher education.
Melissa Da Gama is a Florida Campus Correspondent. She is a rising junior at Florida International University double majoring in Political Science and International Relations. Melissa is a PragerFORCE and YAF member, as well as the FIU TPUSA chapter secretary. She is proud to be a Venezuelan American aiming to promote the right side of history!
Spencer Dalke is a junior at Patrick Henry College in Virginia who studies Entrepreneurship Journalism. The power of words and stories fascinate him, and he hopes to use the art of storytelling to promote light and truth in an increasingly dark and complicated world—as a journalist and, hopefully, a future published novelist and/or screenwriter.
McKenna Dallmeyer is a Virginia and Texas Senior Campus Correspondent, reporting on liberal bias and abuse for Campus Reform. She is a Senior studying Cybersecurity at Liberty University. McKenna was the Deputy Communications Director for a congressional campaign in Iowa. She previously attended Texas A&M where she was the Founder and President of Young Women for America and Events Coordinator for TPUSA.
Gabrielle Dankanich is a DC Campus Reform Correspondent. A student at The Catholic University of America, she majors in politics and minors in theology and Hispanic studies, planning to work in foreign policy. Gabrielle serves as Vice Chairwoman of CUA Young Americans for Freedom and the Alexander Hamilton Society and is involved in College Republicans, Network of Enlightened Women, CUA American Conservation Coalition, and Cardinals for...
Abigail DeJarnatt is a junior at the University of Arkansas, studying news/editorial journalism. She is currently the vice president for the Turning Point USA chapter at her school. Abigail’s desire is to equip young people to counteract culture with Biblical truth, whether it be via writing, teaching, or otherwise.
Leana Dippie is Florida Campus Correspondent with Campus Reform. She is a student at the University of Florida double-majoring in Political Science and English. Leana is involved with numerous law-related organizations, political-related organizations, and honors societies on campus. She was an intern for the Trump campaign in 2020 and has become increasingly involved in the political world over the past year - recently being named an o...
Landry Driver is a Florida correspondent for Campus Reform. He is a disciple of Jesus Christ and a student at the University of Florida pursuing a degree in Food and Resource Economics with a minor in Ag Law. In 2020 he was an intern for the Trump Campaign, became an active member of Turning Point at UF, as well as UF College Republicans. He has since become more actively engaged in politics and the Florida Ag industry.
Logan Dubil is a Pennsylvania Correspondent for Campus Reform. He is currently a junior at Point Park University majoring in Marketing and Sales as well as minoring in Political Science, hoping to graduate in the Spring of 2023. Throughout high school and his early years of college, Logan's passion for journalism and conservatism saw a significant spike, which led him to apply for the Campus Reform Correspondent Program. Besides writing...
Abigail Echenique is a freshman at the University of Florida in Gainesville, Florida. She is majoring in Construction Management, but is very passionate about politics. Abigail is an active member in PragerForce and Turning Point USA. Abigail is also very passionate about the pro-life movement and is involved with Students for Life. She hopes to one day pursue a career in politics as well.
Ashley Economou is a California Campus Correspondent. She is a senior a UC Berkeley, majoring in political science and media studies. She is a former staff reporter for the Citrus College Clarion newspaper, where she was voted "Cub Reporter" in 2019. In the future, Ashley aspires to be the White House Press Secretary.
Wyatt Eichholz is a Senior Alabama Campus Correspondent, reporting liberal bias and abuse on college campuses. He is a student at the University of Alabama studying Economics. Wyatt is also Vice President for the UA Young Americans for Freedom chapter, and produces a podcast for the RUF ministry at UA.
Erik Eva is a North Carolina Campus Correspondent with Campus Reform. He is a Junior at Davidson University majoring in Political Science with a minor in Philosophy. On campus, he is the president of Davidson College YAF and a member of the Wrestling team.
Kevin Fagan is an Illinois Campus Correspondent for Campus Reform. He is a senior at Northern Illinois University and studying Political Science with International Relations with minors in Economics and Sociology. Kevin is President and Campus Coordinator of the Turning Point USA chapter at NIU.
My name is Julie Feferman. She is a junior at Boise State University majoring in pre medicine and public relations. Julie is very passionate about politics and wants to go into political commentary and journalism after college. She is also the Vice President of Turning Point and President of Network of Enlightened Women (NeW).
Elias Ferenczy is a Missouri Campus Reform Correspondent. Having received his Bachelor of Arts in English from Covenant College, He is now pursuing his Master of Arts in Biblical and Theological Studies at Covenant Theological Seminary in St. Louis, Missouri.
James Ferguson is a Virginia Campus Correspondent with Campus Reform. He is a student at Liberty University where he studies Law and Policy. Previously, James graduated cum laude from Northern Virginia Community College with an associate degree in Political Science. James was a Senator in the NOVA Loudoun Student Government from 2018-2019, served as Treasurer of the Business Club from 2019-2020, and is a member of the National Society o...
Rylie Rae Ferguson is a Texas Campus Correspondent for Campus Reform. She is a junior at Stephen F. Austin State University, majoring in economics pre-law with minors in legal studies and Spanish language. Rylie’s plans after college are to be a criminal attorney. She is the President and Campus Coordinator for Turning Point USA, and the Vice President of College Republicans.
Blakeley Fiedler is a junior at the University of Arkansas majoring in Marketing and minoring in Information Systems. Her goal is to one day make a name for herself in the marketing/advertising corporate world and have a family. Blakeley is currently the Secretary of Turning Point USA on her campus and a member of College Republicans.
Noelle Fitchett is a first-generation college student at California State University Fullerton. She creates online content and has been involved with organizations such as BLEXIT, CWA, PragerU and Turning point. Noelle is most passionate about freedom of speech and helping her surrounding communities.
Taylor Flynn is a correspondent for Campus Reform at Anderson University South Carolina. She is majoring in HDFS with a minor in Christian studies. Taylor also serves as president of Anderson’s Coalition for Life. One day, she hopes to continue in my fight for life by opening a nonprofit pregnancy center that helps women choose life!
Kenlee Foskey is a Georgia Correspondent with Campus Reform. She is a senior at Mercer University, majoring in Accounting and Marketing with minors in Political Science and Law and Public Policy. Kenlee is the Co-Founder and Vice President of her Network of Enlightened Women chapter, President her TPUSA chapter, External Director of Mercer University Miracle, and a member of Delta Sigma Pi professional business fraternity.
Grant Fox is a Wisconsin Campus Correspondent with Campus Reform. He attends Concordia University Wisconsin and is pursuing a Bachelor's in Finance and Accounting, as well as getting his Master of Business Administration in Finance. Grant is chair of CUW College Republicans and treasurer of the WI Federation of College Republicans. He is also a Heritage Foundation Academy Fellow.
Garrett Frye is a Washington, D.C. Campus Correspondent with Campus Reform. Garrett is a junior at American University where he is studying Political Science and Communication. Garrett currently serves as the Tennessee State Chair for Young Americans for Liberty.
Olivia Gallegos is a Kansas Campus Correspondent with Campus Reform. She is originally from Magnolia, Texas where she interned for U.S. Congressman Kevin Brady. Olivia currently studies Biomedical Engineering and Pre-Law as a junior at Wichita State University in Wichita, Kansas. She is the founder, president, and campus coordinator of Turning Point USA - WSU. Olivia is also a Hispanic Emerson Fellow through StandWithUs, Student Governm...
Theodore Gernhart is a Virginia based Campus Correspondent for Campus Reform. He is from Omaha Nebraska, and is a Junior at the College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia studying for a Bachelor's of Arts in Music with a directed focus on composition. He also is aiming to add a Creative Writing Minor.
Dominic Giambona is double majoring in Political Science and History at California State University, Sacramento. He is the Vice President of the College Republicans chapter, as well as a member of the State Executive Board for the California Federation of College Republicans. Also, Dominic is an active member of the CSUS Turning Point USA. He hopes to provide accurate and insightful looks at the state of political biases on college camp...
Stevie Gibbs is a junior at the University of Arkansas. She is a double major in communications and political science. Currently, she is the treasurer and social media director for the Network of Enlightened Women (NeW) at UofA. Summer 2021, Stevie interned for the Sarah Huckabee Sanders campaign and enjoyed her time doing so. Post graduation, she hopes to continue her work on grassroots campaigns.
Christina Grattan is a California Campus Correspondent. She is a senior at Biola University studying Political Science and with a minor in Biblical studies. Christina has written for Young Americans Against Socialism, Ed Choice, and Swartz and Company, a small PR firm. During this time, she discovered passion for cultivating a flourishing society with limited government solutions, and educational freedom. She is interested in political ...
Isabella Grupenhoff is a student at Central Michigan University, and is graduating with a major in Political Science and Psychology and a minor in Legal Studies. Isabella is currently the president of Turning Point USA, Young Americans for Freedom and Young Americans for Liberty. She works as an intern for the federal aviation administration.
Josie Hair is a junior at Western Carolina University in Cullowhee, North Carolin. She is majoring in Integrated Health Sciences for pre-physical therapy and minoring in Spanish and dance. She is a PragerFORCE member and is the social media secretary for the Turning Point USA chapter at her university. She is also training in ballet and hopes to perform professionally with a company in the future.
Donald Hall is a senior at Vanderbilt University majoring in Political Science as well as minoring in History and Russian Studies. He served a year each as Vice President and President of College Republicans and is on the Executive Board of Vanderbilt Libertarians. He is also an Editor for the non-partisan Vanderbilt Political Review, where he covers local and campus political events.
Rachel Harrington is a junior at East Tennessee State University majoring in Political Science with a minor in Spanish and Public Administration. She is a Campus Coordinator for Turning Point USA, and the President of ETSU’s Turning Point USA chapter. Rachel is also the President of the Conservative Coalition at ETSU, a PragerForce member, and an ambassador for Young Women for America.
Jonathan Elway Hastings is a Nebraska Campus Correspondent for Campus Reform. He is a graduate of the University of Nebraska-Kearney who is planning to attend Creighton Law. Jonathan strives to be a prosecuting attorney. He is the founder of the Turning Point USA Kearney Chapter.
Mateo Herrera is an Illinois Campus Correspondent studying Business Management at MCC. He is passionate about civil discourse and the beauty behind the exchange of ideas. Mateo is a strong proponent of truth and fairness - qualities he intends on embodying with his time at Campus Reform.
Kenneth Herron is a Georgia Campus Correspondent. He is pursuing a BBA in Accounting at Kennesaw State University. In addition to exposing liberal bias, he is the President and Campus Coordinator of Turning Point USA at KSU, as well as a Campus Ambassador for the Leadership Institute. While he is pursuing a career out-organizing the left, his ultimate goal is to become an entrepreneur and open a cigar lounge.
Brooklynn Hess is a senior at Danville High School and plans on attending Liberty University in the fall of 2022 to double-major in journalism and political science. Along with politics, she is also passionate about the pro-life movement and plans to get more involved with Students for Life in the upcoming academic year.
Charles Hilu is a junior studying political science at the University of Michigan. Charles is also a student reporter for The College Fix and the Editor-in-Chief of The Michigan Review. In addition to his writing, Charles serves as the Chairman of Young Americans for Freedom at the University of Michigan.
Abu Huraira is a SUNY Campus Correspondent for Campus Reform. He is is Senior at the State University of New York at Potsdam, majoring in English writing with a minor in Wilderness Education. Abu is involved in Students For Life-(Potsdam)when he isn’t swimming or in the backcountry. Abu strives to one day serve our country and hopes to work within Special Operations.
Alyssa Jones is a Virginia Campus Correspondent with Campus Reform. She is a junior at Virginia Tech working towards a dual degree in Criminology and National Security and Foreign Affairs. She is the president of Virginia Tech’s chapter of Turning Point USA and holds executive positions for other conservative organizations. Outside of campus efforts, Alyssa is the Digital Content Assistant at the Leadership Institute.
Hannah Keller is pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Public Law and a minor in History at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. She is in the Pre Law Society and planning to go to law school to become a Criminal Defense Lawyer. Hannah is very intrigued and involved in current political affairs
Sergei Kelley is a Michigan Senior Campus Correspondent, reporting on liberal bias and abuse for Campus Reform. A senior at Michigan State University, he studies Fisheries and Wildlife and Political Theory and Constitutional Democracy. He has led the College Republicans and Turning Point USA chapter at MSU, helping host speaking events with Ronna McDaniel, Charlie Kirk, Cabot Phillips, Lawrence Jones, and many others. He is Editor-in-Ch...
Lacey Kestecher is a New York Campus Correspondent, reporting on liberal bias and abuse on college campuses for Campus Reform. She is originally from Asbury, New Jersey and currently studies Business Administration and Finance at Binghamton University in Binghamton, New York. On campus, Lacey is the Founder and President of Turning Point USA and Vice President of the College Republicans. Lacey also serves as the Social Media Specialist ...
Johani King is a Florida Campus Correspondent with Campus Reform. He is a third-year student at the University of Florida, majoring in Business Administration with a specialization in Urban Planning. Johani was the 20’-21’ Vice President of the Turning Point USA chapter at UF and is currently a member of College Republicans and Young Americans for Liberty. He previously served as CIO of Win America PAC.
Cole Kleppner is a West Virginia Campus Correspondent aiming to expose the lefist bias that's infiltrating and spreading throughout the campus. He is a junior at West Virginia University studying health and well-bieng with minors in Communication and Political Science. Cole is currently the Vice President and Campus Coordinator of WVU's chapter of Turning Point USA.
Rachel Kogan is a Florida Campus Correspondent with Campus Reform. She attends Florida Gulf Coast University and majors in Computer Information Systems at the Lutgert College of Business. Rachel is involved with PrgaerFORCE, TPUSA, Collegiate Entrepreneurs Organization, Eagles for Liberty, College Conservatives, Chabad, FBLA, and the Florida Public Relations Association.
Daniel Kunselman is freshman at Penn State University and Campus Correspondent for Campus Reform. Daniel is studying International Politics with a focus on China and Southeast Asia. He is very involved in his local GOP where he is trying to make a hometown impact on policy for the better.
Nick Lahera is a Junior at the University of Florida currently enrolled in a combined degree program where he will graduate with my bachelor's in economics and political science this semester and a master's in economics the following year. At 18 years old, Nick ran for school board in Citrus County and currently serves as the Treasurer for the Florida Federation of College Republicans.
Cristen Lameira is a Florida Campus Correspondent. She is a student at Miami Dade College's Kendall Campus, earning a double major in Political Science and Economics with a minor in philosophy. Cristen's life motive is to conserve the American Dream and culture. She plans to do this by having a lifelong career in politics. She aspires to become the President of the United States of America. As an indispensable patriot, Cristen noticed ...
Sam Larson is a campus correspondent at Alabama, reporting on liberal abuse and for Campus Reform. He is a Junior/Graduate at the University of Alabama, where he is pursuing a Master’s in Marketing with a specialization in Marketing Analytics at the Manderson Graduate School of Business.
Spencer Lindquist is a California Campus Correspondent with Campus Reform. Spencer attends Pepperdine University where he is studying Communication and Political Science. He also serves as the President of the Pepperdine University College Republicans and runs his YouTube channel, The Pendulum, where he interviews protesters and provides political commentary.
Daniel Macy is a sophomore majoring in Political Science and Violin Performance at Westmont College in Southern California. As a correspondent, he hopes to raise awareness of the overwhelming liberal bias found in higher education, and in so doing help equip students to stand for truth in an increasingly hostile college environment.
Kayla Maloney is a Washington D.C. Campus Correspondent for Campus Reform. She is a Junior at the Catholic University of America, majoring in Political Science and minoring in Communications. She is also the Founder and President of CUA's Turning Point USA chapter. Kayla hopes that her position will enable her to bring light to the truth, and ultimately help her segway into a career where she can faithfully do the same.
Madeline is a Ohio Northern University BA Political Science Candidate with a Communication Studies minor. She is a Ohio Northern University's College Republicans President and a part of my campus's Student Senate (Student Government). In the future, Madeline is seeking to be a Political Journalist or head into Legislature.
Taylor Mayer is a Florida Campus Correspondent seeking to expose liberal bias throughout her college campus and nationwide. She is currently a student at the University of Florida with a major in journalism and a minor in Jewish studies. Taylor currently sits as the the social and philanthropy chair of Society of Professional Journalists.
Katarina McCann is a Virginia Campus Correspondent with Campus Reform. She is a rising Senior, studying Biology and Chemistry at Radford University. Katarina is President of Turning Point USA and College Republicans, Secretary of the Pre-Dental Club, a member of the Latino Student Alliance, and a member of Young Americans for Freedom.
Caitlyn McCoy is a Florida Campus Correspondent with Campus Reform. Caitlyn attends the University of Florida majoring in Political Science and Pre-Law with a double minor in Innovation and History. Caitlyn is involved with several organizations on campus including her sorority, Housing and Residence Life, and is the Activism Director for Young Americans for Freedom.
Ken Meekins was a Campus Reform Intern and is currently a student at GMU majoring in government and International Politics. He is the First Vice Chairman of the George Mason CRs and is founding GMUs Students for life chapter. Ken is also a member of GMUs TPUSA Chapter.
Amir Mehraban is a junior at Pepperdine University in Malibu, CA. He is majoring in psychology, whose primary ambition is to become a psychologist and earn a doctorate in psychology. He is a member of PragerFORCE and a member of the Pepperdine College Republicans. Amir strives for the pursuit of truth, and nothing but the truth. A staunch conservative living in radical Southern California, his primary duty in life is not only to help hi...
Meredith is a senior at Liberty University and is studying Government: Politics and Policy with a minor in History. She was the founding Chairman of YAF at Liberty and also is Chairman of College Republicans. In her free time she enjoys listening to podcasts and drinking lots of sweet tea.
Luca Miraldi is a Pennsylvania Campus Correspondent for Campus Reform. He studies Communications and Political Science at Pennsylvania State University and is set to graduate from there in Spring of 2023. Beyond journalism, Luca’s portfolio includes editorials, speechwriting and creative writing.
Travis Morgan is a California Correspondent with Campus Reform. A senior at California State University Sacramento, Travis is majoring in political science and minoring in history. He is fascinated by American history and politics, planning to become a conservative columnist, author, and talk show host. Originally from Petaluma, California, Travis recently moved to campus in Sacramento and joined the College Republicans. His goal is to ...
Aaron Moser is a Missouri Campus Correspondent with Campus Reform. He is a junior at the University of Missouri, majoring in psychology. On-campus, Aaron leads Truelife Campus Ministry. Off-campus, Aaron is a broadcaster for a variety of Mid-Missouri sports and schools. He also writes for the Pentecostal Periodical.
Sterling Mosley is a Texas Campus Correspondent with Campus Reform. He is a sophomore at the University of Texas - Austin, majoring in Political Science and International Relations. Sterling is the Associate Editor for The Texas Horn, a member of the Young Conservatives of Texas, an officer for Students for Central and Eastern Europe, an officer for the International Relations Council, and involved with the Senate of College Councils an...
Cole Mushegan is a sophomore at Texas Christian University. He is majoring in Political Science and minoring in International Economics and History. He is planning on attending law school and specializing in Constitutional Law. Cole is also the president of College Republicans and Grassroots Director for the Texas Federation of College Republicans, as well as, interns at the America First Policy Institute.
Sam Neves is a former leftist and now a correspondent for Campus Reform. He is a marketing major at Emerson College. Sam is the president of the Turning Point USA chapter at his school. After graduation, Sam plans to attend law school and continue his mission to fight for people who do not have a voice. Sam is also a filmmaker, actor, and comedian. He believes humor is the best way to expose insanity.
Joshua Odutola is a Georgia Campus Correspondent with Campus Reform. He is currently pursuing a degree in Electrical Engineering at Kennesaw State University. He is President of his Students for Life of America Chapter while being involved with his YAF chapter as well.
William is currently serving his first term as East Tennessee Regional Vice Chair. He is currently a Junior at the University of Tennessee studying Political Science and History. William served as a United States Senate Page for Senator Lamar Alexander in Spring 2018 and served as the Deputy Regional Field Director for Bill Hagerty for the Senate campaign in 2020. Outside of Politics, William is on the UTK Mock Trial team, the Vice Pres...
Bridget is a senior at Hillsdale College studying Politics and Spanish. On campus she is a member of Pi Beta Phi Fraternity for Women and a member of the TPUSA Hillsdale Activism Hub. She has interned with the National Republican Congressional Committee and the Media Research Center’s News Analysis Division.
Matthew Orr is a North Carolina Campus Correspondent with Campus Reform. He is a junior at North Carolina State University, double majoring in Political Science with a concentration in Public Policy and Communication with a concentration in Public Relations. He is a member of the North Carolina Young Republicans and the National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution.
Anthony Pecoraro is the Connecticut State Chair for Young Americans for Liberty and a Connecticut Campus Correspondent for Campus Reform. He is a sophomore majoring in Political Science at Sacred Heart University. Anthony hopes to run for office one day and become a member of YAL's Hazlitt Coalition, where he can advance liberty and legislate pro-freedom legislation at the state level. Anthony has also completed training with the Leader...
Jared Poortinga is a Junior at Drake University where he majors in LPS (Law, Politics, Society) and History and minors in Philosophy. Jared's goal is to become a Constitutional Lawyer. He is involved with Campus Fellowship as a college ministry, is Vice President of Drake's TPUSA chapter, and soon-to-be President of Students for Life at Drake. Jared is also involved with YAF, College Republicans, and serves as a mentor for Drake's honor...
Addison Pummill is a Campus Reform correspondent and previous Leadership Institute intern exposing liberal bias on college campuses. Addison is a junior at the University of Arkansas, majoring in Computer Information Systems with a minor in management. She is the founder and president of the Network of enlightened Women at the University of Arkansas.
Alexis Purpura is a Florida Campus Correspondent for Campus Reform. She is majoring in international studies with a triple minor in political science, anthropology, and French at the University of North Florida. She is the secretary for the Turning Point USA chapter at her college and is involved with PragerForce and Live Action.
Katelyn Rafferty is an Arizona Correspondent for Campus Reform. She is a junior at Grand Canyon University majoring in English and Government. Katelyn currently serves on the honor college’s student services board at her university and is pursuing a career in investigative journalism upon graduation.
Daniel Ren is a Georgia Campus Correspondent with Campus Reform. He is currently a freshman at Emory University who plans on majoring in finance at the Goizueta Business School. He is a staff writer for the Emory Whig, treasurer for the Emory College Republicans, and executive board member for Bridge Emory.
Kyle Reynolds is an Indiana Campus Correspondent with Campus Reform. He is a Sophomore at Indiana University, Bloomington where he studies Public Policy, Economics, and Political Science. Kyle is the president of The Crimson Post, a student publication on IU's campus, and is a campus ambassador for the Leadership Institute.
Tanner Richards is a Iowa Campus Correspondent, reporting on liberal bias and abuse on college campuses for Campus Reform. Originally from Wichita, Kansas. He is a Political Communication and Broadcast Journalism student at the University of Northern Iowa, outside of Campus Reform he is also an Editor at the RFAngle, member of the Easter Iowa Young Republicans Federation, is an opinion columnist at the Northern Iowan, and hosts his own ...
Katelynn Richardson is a Senior Nevada Campus Correspondent with Campus Reform. She is a senior at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas majoring in English with a concentration in creative writing. She works part-time as a copywriter and enjoys blogging about everything from books to culture and theology.
Allison L. Robison is a Texas Campus Correspondent, reporting liberal bias and abuse on college campuses. She is an 18 year-old senior at the University of Mary Hardin Baylor. She is majoring in Biology (Pre-Physician’s Assistant) with an emphasis in Business while being an ambassador for PragerU (PragerFORCE) and a part of the the PragerFORCE Outreach Committee. Allison is also an active attendee of YAF and Turning Point and is current...
Thomas Ross is a student at Duke University studying Political Science and History on the Pre-Law track. He serves as the co-president of the Ciceronian Society, Duke's only conservative student organization. In his free time, he enjoys running and exploring the outdoors.
Amelia Scarponi is a Massachusetts Campus Correspondent with Campus Reform. She is a junior at Mount Holyoke College, double majoring in Political Science and Ancient Studies. She is also a staff writer for her campus newspaper, Mount Holyoke News, and a member of the College Republicans.
Robert Schmad is a Senior Georgia Campus Correspondent with Campus Reform. He is a junior at Emory University studying political science and statistics. Robert chairs his college’s chapter of the College Republicans and serves as Editor-in-Chief of the Emory Whig. Last summer Robert worked with the Washington Examiner, serving as a commentary intern.
Emily Schneller is a Montana Campus Correspondent, reporting liberal bias and abuse on college campuses. She is a Senior at Rocky Mountain College in Billings, Montana, majoring in History and Political Science and minoring in Business Administration and Pre-law. She is also the President of her Young Americans for Freedom chapter. During her time as a YAF officer in the Billings community, she has been featured on multiple local radio ...
Caitlyn Scott is a Pennsylvania Campus Correspondent for Campus Reform. Being a sophomore journalism major and political science minor at Point Park University, she currently works as a news editor for her campus’s newspaper. Upon graduating, Caitlyn hopes to be able to work as a political writer or radio broadcaster.
Alice Seeley is a Virginia Correspondent with Campus Reform. She is a junior at Christendom College majoring in Political Science and Economics. Alice is the Co-President of the Network of enlightened Women (NeW)chapter at Christendom College, an active member of College Republicans and Pro-life ministry.
Aidan Shank is a Wisconsin Campus Correspondent with Campus Reform. He is a Junior at the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee studying Architecture. Aidan is the current president of Turning Point USA at UWM, and is involved with Young Americans for Liberty, College Republicans, and the Leadership Institute.
Katherine Sharafinski is a Texas Campus Correspondent. She is a junior at the University of Dallas, where she has been involved in various clubs and organizations such as UD's ISI group, Friends & Mentors, and the University News. She studies English literature and political philosophy.
Stephanie Sheaks is an Arizona Campus Correspondent, reporting liberal bias and abuse on college campuses. She is a Northern Arizona University graduate, continuing her Political Science education at Scottsdale Community College. Stephanie has been pursuing her journalism career working as a content writer for Conservative Daily Post and 4b, focusing primarily on Constitutional rights and pro-life issues. Between writing articles, she f...
Sophie Skillern is a sophomore at Mississippi State University studying Criminology and Political Science. She is the president and campus coordinator of MSU's Turning Point USA chapter, and is a member of Pre Law Society, College Republicans, and Greek Life. Sophie is also a brand ambassador for Chic Politico.
Caroline Smith is a proud Christian and American patriot. She is currently working on completing her basics at Gadsden State, and then plans on attaining a journalism degree from Liberty University. She loves politics and is planning on working eventually pursuing a career in politics and political commentary.
Katelyn Stotzky is a Virginia Campus Correspondent with Campus Reform. She is a senior at James Madison University, where she majors in International Affairs. Currently, Katelyn serves as the Outreach Coordinator for JMU College Republicans and is a member of Young Republicans of Suffolk County in her home state, New York.
Abigail Streetman is a Florida Campus Correspondent with Campus Reform. She is a third-year student at the University of Florida, majoring in Biology and minoring in Innovation. Abigail is the UF Turning Point USA president, Gainesville Activism Hub president, and a member of College Republicans, Network of Enlightened Women, and Young Americans for Liberty.
Erik Suarez is a current Schreyer Honors scholar student at Penn State. A senior studying International Politics and Economics, he is part of several political organizations on campus, serving in his student government in the past and other cultural and social causes. As a Venezuelan international student, Erik hopes to continue his path as an activist for freedom.
Hope Timoll is a Maryland Campus Reform Correspondent with Campus Reform. She is a senior Media and Communication Studies student at the University of Maryland Baltimore County, with plans to graduate in 2022. She is the Vice-President of her campus’s Students for Life of America chapter. She is also involved with her college’s chapter of College Republicans, a member of PragerForce, and is an ambassador with Young Women for America.
Jennifer Tuttor is a senior at the West Texas A&M University who has always had a passion for news writing and reporting. Jennifer is majoring in strategic communications. She is also the social media chair of the WT chapter of the Young Conservatives of Texas. As a career, Jennifer intends to delve into public relations, news reporting and sports journalism.
Zachary Unger is one of the new rising influential figure in the political world. He is a West Texas A&M University Correspondent and is studying political science and law. Zachary is also the Turning Point USA Chapter President and Campus Coordinator on his campus. He has worked in many Republican political campaigns, including Donald Trump's presidential campaign in 2020.
Marco A. Useche, is an Illinois correspondent for Loyola University Chicago. Senior majoring in Supply Chain/ Logistic operations management. Originally born in Venezuela, grew up in Orlando, FL. Vice President of College Republicans at Loyola University Chicago, President of Students for Trump Turning Point Action, and Vice President of TPUSA at Loyola Chicago, member of We Dignify, Illinois for Life. A former intern for US Senator Mar...
Jackson Walker is a Wisconsin campus correspondent. In addition to Campus Reform, Jackson writes for The College Fix and is the editor of the arts section of The Badger Herald. Outside of classes at UW Madison, where he is studying Journalism and English, Jackson keeps busy with his involvement in the UW Marching Band.
Logan Washburn is a Michigan Campus Correspondent for Campus Reform. He is currently majoring in Politics at Hillsdale College, with a minor in Journalism. Logan is an Assistant Editor for the Hillsdale Collegian, and a Contributor for The Daily Caller.
Judah is a graduate student at Arizona State University. He is getting his Masters in public policy. Currently he is the engagement chair for the Young Republicans National Federation. Previously he was the state chairman for Arizona College Republicans.
Alexa Weisbond is a current junior at California Lutheran University, majoring in Communication with a Journalism Concentration. Alexa is a part of the Cal Lutheran College Republicans group on her campus and is the current President and Campus Coordinator of her local Turning Point USA chapter, Turning Point USA at Thousand Oaks. Alexa has a strong passion for writing and hopes to pursue a future career in journalism.
Abigail Wilson is a Strategic Intelligence in National Security major at Patrick Henry College. She serves as the Senior Editor of the Intelligencer, a foreign policy and intelligence journal, and as a Senior Analyst on the Border Security Alert. She formerly worked for a Senator researching foreign policy and judiciary affairs, served on several different campaigns, and wrote as a reporter and columnist for a local newspaper.
Audrey Wilson is a junior pursuing a degree in biochemistry at Ole Miss in Oxford, MS. She is the current Social Chair for the Ole Miss Turning Point USA chapter, secretary for Eta Sigma Phi, assistant to VP of Local Philanthropy for Alpha Omicron Pi, and is involved in the Sally Mcdonnell Barksdale Honors College, Gamma Beta Phi and YAF.
Haley Worth is a Minnesota Campus Correspondent with Campus Reform. She is a junior at Saint Cloud State University, majoring in Political Science. On campus, Haley was the President of the Turning Point USA chapter. She was also the Grassroots Youth Director of Matt Gurtler’s Congressional Campaign for the primary runoff election in Georgia. Haley was a Fall 2020 Campus Reform intern.
Elijah Zeh is a Massachusetts Campus Correspondent with Campus Reform. He is a Junior at the University of Massachusetts Amherst majoring in Political Science with a minor in Economics. Elijah is Massachusetts State Chairman for College Republicans and President of the University’s College Republicans chapter.
Ben Zeisloft is a Campus Reform Student Editor and Pennsylvania Senior Campus Correspondent, reporting on liberal bias and abuse for Campus Reform. He is studying Business Economics & Public Policy at the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School. Ben also reports on economics for The Daily Wire, and his past work can be found in Spectator USA. He is the editor-in-chief of The UPenn Statesman, an independent newspaper devoted to free ...