Dion J. Pierre is a reporter for Campus Reform. After graduating from Hofstra University in 2016 (B.A. Political Science), Dion worked as a research assistant for Wall Street Journal Columnist and former editor-at-large of The American Interest, Walter Russell Mead, through the Public Interest Fellowship in Washington, D.C. In 2017, he joined the National Association of Scholars, where he published with Peter W. Wood Separate but Equal, Again: Neo-Segregation in American Higher Education, a study that explored the history and prevalence of racially segregated programs on college campuses. In 2020, Dion switched gears, trying his hand at canvassing neighborhoods on behalf of pro-liberty candidates with Young Americans for Liberty. His work, which has covered subjects ranging from climate extremism to ‘wokeness’ and censorship in big tech has been featured at National Review, Minding the Campus, The College Fix, Just the News, The Daily Caller, Campus Reform, The Federalist, and The Wall Street Journal. His two favorite hobbies are binge-reading and playing the electric guitar.