PSU Student Athletes Make “NIL” Deal
After the NCAA ruling allowed student athletes to montetize their name, image and likeness, Penn State athletes began building their brands. State Motorcars held an event on Saturday promoting their new NIL partnerships, and reporter Rylee Curry has more.
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Rylee is a senior multimedia journalist from Upper Darby, Pennsylvania dual majoring in Broadcast Journalism and African American Studies. Her ultimate professional goal is to host her own talk show that uplifts, celebrates and educates the African American community at large. As a student she is actively pursuing this goal through her academics and extracurricular activities. On campus, Rylee serves as the Co-Editor in Chief of Sovereign Magazine, which is the first magazine for students of color on Penn State’s University Park campus. She works as an anchor and reporter for Centre County Report and Penn State Network News. Rylee is also the host of her very own podcast, The Rylee Sage Podcast. Alongside of finishing her undergraduate studies, Rylee is also a student in Penn States Master’s of Public Policy Program. In the future Rylee hopes to combine all of her passions to change the world with her voice!