The Federalist, known colloquially and more commonly as The Fed, is a tabloid-sized (as opposed to broadsheet) newspaper published every three weeks at Columbia University in New York City. Founded in 1986 by Neil M. Gorsuch, Andrew Levy and P.T. Waters, the paper has undergone many changes in mission, style, form, and success, though it has experienced relatively few interruptions in production since the publication of its first issues.
Notable Fed alumni
- Neil M. Gorsuch, judge for the United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit, nominee for Supreme Court of the United States 2017
- Andrew Levy, ombudsman and contributor to Fox News Channel's late-night show Red Eye