5 most viewed Campus Reform videos of 2018
- Campus Reform rounded up the five most viewed Campus Reform videos of 2018.
- While students had a lot to say on various issues, they didn't always offer a lot of knowledge on those issues.
In 2018, Campus Reform videos received millions of views across social media and right here on CampusReform.org.
From January to December, Campus Reform's Cabot Phillips traveled to dozens of college campuses throughout the country to gauge students' pulse on a variety of hot-button issues.
From President Donald Trump's State of the Union address to his Supreme Court Justice nominee, students had a lot to say...but they didn't always have a lot of knowledge to offer regarding the topics on which they spoke.
In continuation of our Year in Review series, we rounded up the 5 most viewed Campus Reform videos this year.
At John Jay College, we asked students what they thought of some quotes from Trump's State of the Union...only they weren't Trump's quotes. They were former President Barack Obama's.
At New York University, we asked students what they thought about Trump's State of the Union address. There was one thing students apparently didn't know, however. The speech hadn't happened yet.
At New York University, we asked students about their reaction to Trump's newly announced Supreme Court nominee. There was just one problem: Trump hadn't named his SCOTUS pick yet.
In Rep.-Elect Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's congressional district, we asked constituents about then-congressional candidate Ocasio-Cortez's self-described Democratic Socialist views. But when asked how the country would pay for "free" housing, education, and health care for all its citizens, people we spoke with were stumped.
At the University of California-Santa Cruz, we asked students about some suggesting that Trump deserved a Nobel Peace Prize for his role in the historic deal with North Korea. Students said that Trump should not receive the prize while at the same time agreeing that it was right for Obama to receive the award. But they couldn't say why Obama deserved it.