JESSE OLIVER: Editor-in-Chief
Jesse Oliver is a sophomore computer science major from Lumberton, North Carolina. Jesse joined the Review in 2017, and was selected as an associate editor at the start of the 2017-2018 school year. He was chosen to assume the role of editor-in-chief at the start of the 2019 fall semester.
Nicole Divers: Associate Editor, Staff Writer
SKYLAR TEAGUE: Associate Editor, Staff Writer
Kate Lindrum: Visual Editor
Gray Hurley: Staff Writer
Lydia Comer: Staff Writer
NOTABLE FORMER EDITORS:
ALEC M. DENT: ’19
Alec Dent hails from Lumberton, North Carolina and is in the Journalism School. He served as Editor-in-Chief of the Carolina Review from 2017 to 2018, as well as serving as Vice Chairman of the College Republicans. Alec graduates in 2019 and currently writes for numerous national publications including the Weekly Standard.
FRANCIS C. PRAY, III: ’17
Alumnus Frank Pray hails from Charlotte, North Carolina and double majored in Public Policy and Political Science. He served as Editor-in-Chief of the Carolina Review from 2015 to 2017, and also served as Chairman of the College Republicans. He wrote to promote integrity of campus officials and to advance ordered liberty on campus and throughout the state. Following graduation, he attended the University of North Carolina School of Law where he plans to pursue a career in Corporate Law.
BENJAMIN SMITH: ’14
Alumnus Benjamin Smith hails from Statesville, North Carolina and double majored in History and Political Science. He is the Vice Chair Emeritus of the College Republicans and the CRDaily Editor Emeritus (a role now transitioned into the Online Editor). He wrote to promote conservative values and to educate the student body on important issues. For those who enjoy his thought-provoking articles, he went on to write for The American Spectator, The Daily Signal, and The Washington Examiner where he continued to promote freedom and liberty.
DAVID ORTIZ: ’15
Alumnus David Ortiz went on to Law School at the University of Virginia. While at Carolina, David served as Editor-in-Chief of the Carolina Review to expose fellow students to intellectual conservatism and various philosophies of the right.
KELSEY RUPP: ’13