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.
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...
Dmytro "Henry" Aleksandrov is a Florida Campus Correspondent for Campus Reform. He is a senior at the University of South Florida, majoring in mass communications with a concentration in broadcast news. Dmytro wants to become an editor at a newspaper, magazine, or publishing house, and he also wants to become a fiction writer. He also works at The Oracle, the USF newspaper, as a copy editor, and Zimmerman Notes as a correspondent.
Marisa Allen is a University of the Incarnate Word correspondent for Campus Reform. She is currently studying communications arts with a concentration of journalism and plans on graduating in May 2024. Currently, Marisa is involved in the Young Conservatives of Texas UIW chapter, The Logos Student-Run Newspaper, Lambda Pi Eta, and The Tower at Trinity University. She strives to have a future career in journalism and education.
Mahmood Alomar is a Conservative Activist that wants to save America by exposing the Liberal Bias underneath the Nation's Institutions of Education. he studies chemistry at the University of Kentucky and hopes to be able to go to graduate school. Mahmood has been raised in the great state of Kentucky after his family left the socialism of Iraq in 2003. He Has worked in Center for Bioethical Reform to handout Anti-Abortion pamphlets.
Jack Anderson is a Wisconsin Campus Correspondent for Campus Reform. He is a freshman at the University of Wisconsin-Madison majoring in History. Jack is the President of Turning Point USA on campus, and is active in both state and national politics, building a youth movement in order to turn back the tide of liberalism.
Jack Applewhite is a senior 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 as a senator in student government. Jack is also a reporter for The College Fix and a contributor at Lone Conservative.
Darius Avinger is a junior at West Virginia University majoring in civil engineering. He is heavily involved in local politics, and founded the Turning Point USA chapter at West Virginia University, in which he currently serves as treasurer. He is also involved in the on-campus pro-life organization "Mountaineers For Life".
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...
Ali Beneker is a Wisconsin Campus Correspondent for Campus Reform. She is a freshman at the University of Wisconsin-Madison majoring in Economics and Journalism. The Digital Director for the Wisconsin Federation of College Republicans, Ali is also a chapter officer for the UW-Madison College Republicans and involved in the Wisconsin Speech and Debate Society, Young Americans for Freedom, and the Republican Party of Wisconsin.
William Biagini is a student at Florida State University studying history. In addition to writing for Campus Reform, William also writes for The College Fix and the FSView & Florida Flambeau newspaper. In his spare time, he enjoys performing music and rock climbing.
Alexia Bianchi is a Senior at the University of South Florida majoring in psychology and minoring in English. She is involved in College Republicans, Phi Sigma Theta Honor Society, and serves as the VP of Network of Enlightened Women at USF. Alexia is working towards a career in politics and currently interns for Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody.
Garrit Blizzard is a junior at the University of Texas at Austin. He is double majoring in government and economics; he is also minoring in finance. He is the Copy Editor for The Texas Horn, a writer for the DC Enquirer, and the campaign coordinating officer for the Young Conservatives of Texas.
Cameron Bowie holds a BA with a dual major in history and political science. He is in pursuit of a PhD at the University of Maine. Cameron was in his University of Maine's College Republican chapter and played a founding role in his campuses Young American for Liberty chapter. He is also a DM who helped make one of the larger DnD clubs on the Eastern Seaboard and is involved with DEEMI Search & Rescue.
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.
Austin Browne is a second-year junior at Youngstown State University, studying electrical engineering with minors in mathematics and entrepreneurship as a member of the Sokolov Honors College. He is the president and campus coordinator of YSU’s chapter of Turning Point USA, the vice chair of Financial Affairs on Student Government Association, and a member of Alpha Lambda Delta honor society.
Molly Brownfield is freshman at Boise State University, majoring in both kinesiology and Spanish, with hopes of pursuing physical therapy. She is interested in politics and is an officer for the TPUSA chapter at BSU. Faith is also important to her, and she is largely involved with a Christian ministry on campus.
Abigail Buxton is a sophomore at University of North Carolina Chapel Hill. She is majoring in Public Policy and Peace, War, and Defense with a concentration in International Security and Intelligence. Upon graduation, she hopes to pursue a career in policy or national security. Abby serves as a co-president for Students for Life and is also involved in Network of Enlightened Women, College Republicans, and Women in National Security, Ad...
Oscar Buynevich is a junior at Temple University majoring in history and political science. He currently works as a campaign intern for 2022 Pennsylvania gubernatorial candidate Lou Barletta, and as an opposition research intern for a private firm. On campus, he serves on the executive board of Alpha Tau Omega, America’s leadership development fraternity. A student and son of a college professor, Oscar knows firsthand the dangerous exte...
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 general marketing. She is the former Turning Point USA chapter at ASU, an active member of College Republicans, Students for Life, a social media ambassador for Young Women for America, and an ambassador for the Susan B. Anthony List.
Elias Coop-Gonzalez is the former Deputy Assistant to Morton Blackwell, and a candidate for West Virginia state legislature. He currently studies business at Liberty University, and is fascinated with economics and finance. Elias loves the United States very deeply, which is why he is actively involved in politics.
Ashley Cope is a Freshman at California Lutheran University and originally from Bakersfield, California. She is a communication major with an emphasis in journalism and a minor in political science. Ashley is currently the Secretary of Turning Point Thousand Oaks and a member of CLU College Republicans. Her career goals are to become a political journalist and an activist for her conservative values.
Ashlyn Covington is a senior at Utah Valley University who will be graduating with a degree in political science, a minor in constitutional studies with an emphasis in American government. She was born and raised in Mesa, Arizona and now lives in Provo, Utah. Ashlyn also worked for The Capital Research Center as an intern in Washington, DC. She hopes to pursue a career in politics, either by working for an interest group as a lobbyist o...
Wesley Crockett is a law student at Ohio Northern University - Pettit College of Law in Ada, Ohio. She is planning to practice law back in Texas once she graduates, as well as run for public office. She is the secretary of the College Republicans Club and is also a member of the Federalist Society and Christian Legal Society.
Melissa Da Gama is a Florida Campus Correspondent. She is a junior at Florida International University double majoring in political science and international relations with an undergraduate certificate in Human Rights and Political Transitions. Melissa has had the pleasure of interning for Marco Rubio as the Operations Coordinator for Rubio for Senate. 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.
Tahmineh Dehbozorgi is a student at the George Washington University Law School. She graduated from UCLA with Honors majoring in Political Science, focusing on international relations and American politics. After years of local grassroots organizing, she began her journalism career as a Campus Correspondent with Campus Reform. Her writings have been published in several local and national news outlets.
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...
Eileen Doolan is a North Carolina Campus Correspondent for Campus Reform. She is a junior at North Carolina State University, majoring in agricultural sciences with a minor in horticulture. She is the treasurer of NC State’s Turning Point USA chapter as well as the founder and president of the Network of Enlightened Women chapter at NC State. She is also interning for North Carolina congressman Ted Budd.
Sofia Dougal is an Alabama correspondent with campus reform. She is a student at Auburn University majoring in political science. She is also involved in the University’s Honors College. Sofia has interned for various congressional and other local campaigns in her home state of California, and has helped manage social media for them. She founded the Turning Point chapter at her high school, and is now the Treasurer and Campus Coordinato...
Logan Dubil is a Senior Pennsylvania Correspondent for Campus Reform. He is currently a senior at Point Park University majoring in marketing and sales as well as minoring in political science. 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, Logan is vocal on Twitter and oth...
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.
Simon Fedak is a Connecticut Campus Correspondent for Campus Reform. With a major in Economics and a minor in Business, he is currently attending Central Connecticut State University and will be graduating in Fall 2022. Fulfilling the role as a Campus Correspondent, his goal is to expose the liberal bias floating around college campuses. In addition, he's also a Connecticut State Chair for Young Americans for Liberty and also serves as ...
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.
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 graduate student at Texas A&M University. She graduated from California State University Fullerton in 2022. Noelle creates online content and has been involved with organizations such as BLEXIT, CWA, PragerU and Turning point. She is most passionate about freedom of speech and helping her surrounding communities.
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.
Olivia Groeneveld is a freshman at Abilene Christian University in Abilene, Texas. She is majoring in music education, planning to work as a music teacher. She is the secretary of her university’s Turning Point USA chapter. Olivia is a percussionist in her university’s Marching Band and wind ensemble and steel and percussion ensemble.
Elaine Gunthorpe is a rising junior at Christendom College. She is pursuing a major in Political Science & Economics and a minor in Philosophy. As an active member in her community, Elaine is involved in a number of organizations such as College Republicans, Network of Enlightened Women, and Shield of Roses.
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.
Rachel Harrington is a senior at East Tennessee State University majoring in political science with a minor in public administration. She is a Campus Coordinator for Turning Point USA, and the President of ETSU’s Turning Point USA chapter. Rachel is a PragerForce member, and an ambassador for Young Women for America.
Jaden Heard is an Alabama Campus Correspondent for Campus Reform. He is a sophomore at the Auburn University, majoring in business administration. Jaden wants to eventually become his own political commentator or run his own business one day. He is currently vice president of TPUSA at Auburn University.
Jesse Hughes is a student at Liberty University in Lynchburg, VA. He is double majoring in law & policy and history as well as pursuing a minor in theology. Jesse is the Chairman of the College Republicans of Liberty University. He is an avid reader, guitarist, and sports fan, and also writes opinion pieces for his campus newspaper, The Liberty Champion.
Spencer Hulse is a junior at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. He is majoring in English with a concentration in Creative Writing and minoring in Children's Literature. He hopes to become a novelist during or after college. He is involved with UNC Charlotte's Turning Point USA chapter as their secretary, engaging with fellow students and spreading ideas to better America.
Kathryn is a Senior at California Polytechnic State University at San Luis Obispo. She is majoring in interdisciplinary studies and concentrates her studies on public policy, history and science. Her interests include law, American history and Western philosophy.
Anne-Marie Issa is a University of Miami Campus Correspondent for Campus Reform. She is earning a triple major in political science, international studies, and history with a minor in Arabic studies. She is the president of Students for Life Miami and secretary of the UM College Republicans. As the daughter of two Lebanese immigrants who spent five years in the Middle East, she is passionate about preserving American values and culture ...
The Liberty Jacket is an independent, free speech paper at Georgia Tech. Our commitment to discourse sets us apart from other student publications, as we have a keen understanding of the pressing need to provide a platform for any student to speak in an era where free speech on college campuses is threatened.
Angela Jaco is majoring in political science and minoring in multimedia journalism. After college, she hopes to work for a conservative media outlet. Angela is the vice president and campus coordinator for our Turning Point USA chapter at WSU. Her goal for the future is to help deconstruct the liberal media's false narratives and educate young Americans on true conservatism.
Jasmine James is a University of North Texas Campus Correspondent for Campus Reform. She is in her third year of earning an integrative studies degree in sociology, business, and communication. On campus, she serves as the Secretary for the university's Turning Point USA chapter. She believes in the freedom fought for by the men and women who have served our country. She has also experienced the many dangerous ideologies influencing not...
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.
Francis Kapper is a junior standing freshman at the University of Florida. He is majoring in journalism and does marketing work. Francis is the campus coordinator for the UF Turning Point USA chapter. He aspires to make a name for himself in broadcast journalism.
Terrance Kible is a second-year 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.
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.
Margaret Kolesar is a Virginia correspondent for Campus Reform. She is a Junior at Christendom College located in Front Royal, VA, and is majoring in Political Science and Economics.. She is vice president of Network of Enlightened Women (NeW) on campus, and is working in the graphic design team for the new student-run magazine. Margaret plans of working in international relations after she graduates.
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.
Lydia Mackey is a political science student at Anderson University in South Carolina. On campus she is a student government senator and works with administration to change school policies that prohibit political clubs on campus. She is the Leadership Institute development intern in the summer 2022 class. After graduating in May 2023, she hopes to work in events for a campaign or political non-profit.
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.
Madeline is an Ohio Northern University student majoring in political science with a communication studies minor. She is an 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.
Sarah Martin is a senior at the University of Texas at Arlington pursuing a double major in management and marketing. She is active member of the Turning Point USA chapter on her campus focusing on creating and building a strong community within the chapter on conservative women. She is wanting to pursue a career in politics and being a mom!
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.
Sarah McNamara is a junior at Grand Valley State University and she is majoring in Political Science with minors in Economics, Mathematics, and Statistics. Sarah is the president of Protect Life at GVSU as well as an intern for the parent organization, Protect Life Michigan. She plans to work full-time in the pro-life movement after graduation. On campus, she is also the president of Campus Lutherans, a trombone section leader in the La...
Ken Meekins was a Campus Reform Intern and is currently a student at George Mason University majoring in government and international politics. He is the President of Students for Life at GMU and was previously the First Vice Chairman of the College Republicans at GMU.
Amir Mehraban is a junior at Pepperdine University in Malibu, CA. He is majoring in psychology and actively conducts research on human interactions and behaviors, as well as providing counseling and therapy for all. He is a member of the Pepperdine College Republicans. Amir strives for the pursuit of truth and sees his work as no sacrifice at all, as he tries to withhold and conserve fundamental conservative thoughts in his home state o...
Ezra Meyer is a junior at The George Washington University studying economics and public policy where he serves as Chairman of GW College Republicans. His past experience includes interning in the United States Senate and at the Heritage Foundation, as well as serving as President of the student group GW for Israel.
Travis Morgan is a California Correspondent with Campus Reform. He recently graduated from California State University, Sacramento, with a bachelor’s degree in political science with a minor in history. Travis is now attending Santa Rosa Junior College, pursuing a baseball career. Fascinated by American history and politics, Travis is also interested in becoming a conservative columnist, author, and podcast host. His goal is to expose l...
Sterling Mosley is a Texas Campus Correspondent with Campus Reform. He is a senior at the University of Texas - Austin, majoring in government, history, and international relations. Sterling is the Managing Editor for The Texas Horn, an officer of the Young Conservatives of Texas, a writer for the DC Enquirer, a representative in Student Government, a Brumley Undergraduate Scholar, and is currently interning at the Texas Public Policy F...
Haika Mrema is a student at Baylor University studying entrepreneurship and corporate innovation. She is also the Vice President of the Network of Enlightened Women chapter on campus. Haika writes letters for her school newspaper: The Lariat. Her future aspirations include working in entertainment media/reporting under a company that advocates for Christian and conservative values.
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.
Jacob A. Nobles is a Senior at Grand Canyon University, graduating April 2022, and studying government with a policy emphasis and a minor in communication. He is originally from Southern California, where he received an Associate degree in political science, and now lives in Phoenix, Arizona. In his Senior year, Jacob was previously a part of the GCU Speech & Debate Team, currently a Life Leader on campus, and volunteers in the kid's mi...
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.
Kale Ogunbor is a sophomore at Pennsylvania State University, pursuing a major in Mechanical Engineering. She is a member of Penn State's College Republicans and Students for Life. Kale wants to become an engineer and dabble in political commentary. Her favorite hobbies include the piano, watching sports (specifically soccer), kayaking, and political discourse.
John Parker is a Freshman at Syracuse University and is pursuing a degree in Writing and Rhetoric and plans to eventually go to law school. John is a former opinion writer for his campus newspaper the Daily Orange, and a correspondent for the College Fix as well. He is also Secretary of his local College Republicans chapter and the chairman of its Journalism Caucus.
Alyssa Patterson is a sophomore at Central Michigan University studying Business Management. Alyssa has been a member of the College Republicans at CMU and has been elected to serve as President for the upcoming school year. Alyssa has always held strong conservative beliefs and her main goal is to expose liberal bias on college campuses in order to encourage like-minded students to share their beliefs freely.
Elizabeth Podgorny is an admitted student at the University of South Florida. Originally from Chicago, Illinois, Elizabeth hopes to pursue her political career by obtaining a degree in political science and further networking through social media. Elizabeth currently creates content for the Today is America Creator Fund and is the Social Media Director of USF’s Turning Point USA Chapter on campus.
Sarah Prentice is a student at SUNY Brockport, where she is a Campus Reform Correspondent and Campus Coordinator for Turning Point USA. She is majoring in political science and public administration, with a minor in economics. She is also the president of the Turning Point USA chapter at her school, and hopes to educate as many students as possible through political activism.
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.
Laci Reed is a Virginia Campus Correspondent. She is a political science major at Virginia Tech who is considering adding a PPE major and a communications minor. Laci aspires to go to law school and work in Washington, D.C. in the future. She is presently the Treasurer of the Network of Enlightened Women and a part of Circle K, the Leadership Institute, and the National Society of Collegiate Scholars.
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 an Iowa Campus Correspondent, reporting on liberal bias and abuse on college campuses for Campus Reform. Originally from Wichita, Kansas, Tanner is a political communications and digital journalism student at the University of Northern Iowa. Outside of Campus Reform he is also a reporter for his school newspaper the Northern Iowan, President of College Republicans at the University of Northern Iowa, and has his own ra...
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.
Sterling Rosenthal is a Colorado Campus Correspondent for Campus Reform. He is majoring in psychology and minoring in English at the University of Denver. During his time with Campus Reform, Sterling hopes to expose the increasing leftist bias and abuse occurring across countless American college campuses. Outside of writing for Campus Reform, Sterling enjoys getting involved in school organizations, like the Backpacking Club.
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.
Zoe Routh is majoring in human health and biology, pre-med and minoring in military science. She is a member of the Army ROTC program, Young Americans for Freedom, Pre-Med society, and Turning Point. Zoe also enjoy attending church and volunteering at her local homeless shelter. Exposing liberal bias on campus is very important to her, because it is something much more common than many realize!
Stephanie Samsel is a Maryland Campus Correspondent passionate about shedding light on liberal biases in higher education that are antithetical to tenets of American democracy. As a mass communication major pursuing a journalism track and studying political science, Stephanie wants to work as a journalist and a political commentator. She is an active member of her university's College Republicans chapter and Honors College Marketing Com...
Zoe Schimke is a senior, double majoring in journalism and political science at Colorado State University Pueblo. She aspires to be a political writer and analyst, and ultimately push back against society’s rapidly changing epistemic norms. In her spare time, she reads & writes about Presbyterian & Reformed polity.
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.
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.
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...
Liam Slavin is a sophomore at South Dakota School of Mines and Technology in Rapid City, South Dakota. He is majoring in civil engineering with a minor in structural engineering. At SD Mines he is an undergraduate researcher studying composite materials. Liam is a faithful Catholic and regularly attends his Newman Center. Stemming from his Faith, he took a position for a Pro-Life non profit called Pro Life Man. Liam is also the state ch...
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.
Emily is a current student at the University of Florida studying political science and journalism. She is an active Turning Point USA Ambassador and has vowed to fight the leftist indoctrination tactics herself and so many other conservatives experience on college campuses nationwide. Emily is also an enthusiastic fighter against Big Tech conservative censorship after she has experienced this problem firsthand.
Chloe Teachey is a junior at UNC-Chapel Hill double majoring in journalism and history. This past summer she interned at FOX Business on the show FOX Business Tonight. She plans to continue in the journalism field after college and potentially attend law school.
Aubrey Tuell is a North Carolina Correspondent for Campus Reform. She is a sophomore at the University of North Carolina Wilmington, majoring in political science and business administration. Aubrey is the Founder and President of the Turning Point USA chapter and the Network of Enlightened Women chapter at UNC Wilmington.
Kayla Turnof is a Massachusetts Campus Correspondent with Campus Reform. She is a sophomore at Brandeis University and plans to major in politics and minor in legal studies. Kayla also has an interest in Israeli politics and the policy dynamic between Israel and the US. Further, she is an NCAA athlete, fencing saber on the Brandeis Women’s fencing team. For fun, Kayla likes to weight lift, hike, and surf.
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.
Juan Pablo “J.P. Ballard” Villasmil is a Campus Reform correspondent covering liberal bias and abuse on America's college campuses. He is a Floridian currently studying international relations at American University in Washington, D.C. His interests include foreign policy, political philosophy, and American culture.
Johnathan Wachter is a Sophomore from Denver Colorado. He is currently attending Grand Canyon University in Phoenix Arizona. Johnathan is currently pursuing a Bachelors of science in business management and plans to pursue a career in sales or marketing in the nonprofit sector. He is a the Chapter Chair for Turning Point USA at GCU and a member of the Students for Life chapter at GCU. Jonathan is passionate about making sure Conserva...
Reagan Waggoner deeply values her faith, family, and freedom - both spiritually because of the cross and politically because of natural rights. She is an economics major with a minor in computing technology with intentions to go to law school. Reagan has served as a tutor for a variety of subjects during high school and loves sharing knowledge with others. Reagan loves to read, write, and debate as well as hiking and playing golf.
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.
Michelle Weston is a senior at the University of California, Los Angeles majoring in Economics with a minor in History. She is currently a small business owner, operating a luxury automotive brokerage with her husband while she attends school. Upon graduating, Michelle plans to work in commercial real estate in brokerage.
Kelsea Whiting is a freshman at Rice University in Houston, Texas. She is double majoring in political science and visual and dramatic arts with a concentration in photography. She is an entrepreneur and has been a professional freelance photographer for three years. She was an intern for California Assemblyman James Gallagher in 2021. In the future, she hopes to work in the field of broadcast journalism as a news anchor.
Kate Willis is a Pennsylvania based Campus Correspondent for Campus Reform. She is a junior at Ursinus College with majors in psychology and education and a minor in neuroscience. She is the co-President of Ursinus’ College Republicans which is also affiliated with TPUSA. Kate also serves as the Vice President of Students Today, Alumni Tomorrow (STAT) and the Recording Honor Council Secretary for Sigma Sigma Sigma sorority.
AJ Willms is a political activist, organizer, and content creator. He is a senior at University of Texas at Austin. AJ leads National Traditionalism, which focuses on unifying the nation and restoring traditional morality to society. He is most well known for his political commentary on TikTok.
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.
Megan Young is a junior at the University of Northwestern St. Paul, studying business administration with a concentration in digital branding strategies. She is currently the President of the Students for Life chapter at her school and an active member of Turning Point USA and Young America's Foundation. She also works as an ambassador for Susan B. Anthony List.
Yudong Zhu is a graduating senior at the University of Maryland and an admitted 1L student at the University of Denver Sturm College of Law. During his undergraduate years in the D.C, Maryland, and Virginia area he has actively participated in various conservative and libertarian activist groups including Young American Foundation, Turning Point USA, and Conservative Political Action Conference.