Centre County Report: September 15, 2020
On Today's Centre County Report: The latest on how a huge wrestling event held over the weekend accumulated $10,000 in COVID-related fines. Plus, what it looks like for a student who tests positive for COVID-19 in isolation. And, challenges the University Park Airport is facing with far less air travel then usual.
About the Contributors
Junior / Journalism
Junior / Broadcast Journalism
Penn State Journalism student. Minors in Sociology and Psychology. Born in Dominican Republic, the 21 year- old student moved to the United States when she was 16 years old. Risell worked for “El Mensajero” Hispanic newspaper of the city of Hazleton, PA. Risell interned with SSPTV on summer 2019, here she worked as a news reporter and newscast editor in training. Her professional goal is to become a news reporter for Hispanic-American networks in the US.
Senior / Broadcast Journalism
Callaway is a Senior from Roanoke, Virginia. She found her love for documentary storytelling working as a junior editor for 5 Points Creative, a full-service marketing agency in Roanoke.
Krista is an executive producer of a student-run livestream called 46LIVE. Krista values spending time volunteering at her community service organization—Boulevard—and raising funds as communications director for the digital fundraising committee of Student Philanthropy Network. She devoted most of her time, this past spring semester, as a media production intern for C-NET in State College. Krista has previously collaborated with HBOsports producers and camera operators to create the 24/7 College Football: Penn State Nittany Lions episode. She is constantly looking for opportunities to work and gain experience in the media industry. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with friends and family, staying up to date on any OTT streaming platform TV series, or relaxing by reading a novel.