13th Annual American Indian Powwow Comes to State College
Hundreds of American Indians from across North America traveled to State College for the "New Faces of an Ancient People' traditional powwow. Zinnia Maldonado has the story.
About the Contributors
Juinor / Broadcast Journalism
Zinnia Maldonado is studying Broadcast Journalism and Digital Media Trends and Analytics. She has a strong interest in researching, investigating, reporting, and data analytics. As a Penn State student, Zinnia has had many opportunities to work on her craft. She was a reporter for PSN-News were she co-anchored the daily news broadcast, wrote scripts on local and international news, and conducted live interviews. She hosted a PSN-TV show, called Hollywood Now. Additionally, she was a reporter for 46-Live, a forty-six-hour live stream covering THON weekend. She interviewed THON dancers, organizations, and families. She hosted various segments throughout the broadcast and utilized 46-Live social media to promote event coverage. Zinnia also served as the diversity news reporter for the Daily Collegian. She plans on pursuing a career in the media industry upon graduation.
E. Sierra Phillips
Junior / Broadcast Journalism, Political Science
Sierra Phillips is a junior at Penn State double-majoring in Broadcast Journalism and Political Science originally from Nashville, Tennessee.
She had an internship at the Brentwood Homepage in Brentwood, Tennessee and an internship with the British Parliament under Carolyn Harris, MP in London, England.
Starting next January she will appear on Centre County Report.
Next August she will be living in Washington D.C. for three months to participate in the Stanley E. Degler Washington Program.