Centre County Report in Greece
A struggling economy and a refugee crisis are among the serious issues facing Greece right now. But it's also a beautiful country with resilient and generous people. Join us as our team of student journalists from Penn State University share their stories from our international reporting trip to Greece.
About the Contributors
Senior / Broadcast Journalism & Marketing
Senior / Broadcast Journalism & Political Science
Megan recently completed an internship at NBC Los Angeles as the 11 o’clock news intern. During the Fall of 2014, Megan participated in the Washington D.C. program and interned at The Hill Newspaper. Megan was a staff reporter at The Daily Collegian for five semesters and a news intern at WPSU Public Media last spring. Upon graduation, Megan hopes to pursue her love of politics and the news as a political reporter for a television news station.
Senior / Broadcast Journalism and Marketing
Jess Arnold is a senior dual majoring in Broadcast Journalism and Marketing with minors in Spanish and International Business. Her ultimate goal is to be an International Correspondent living abroad. After reporting, anchoring, and producing for PSN News, she is excited to be an Executive Producer for the Centre County Report this semester. This past summer, she interned in the Digital Media Department for the Discovery Channel where she worked on Deadliest Catch and Shark Week. One of her all time favorite experiences was her study abroad trip in Buenos Aires, Argentina. While there, she served as a reporter in the Arts and Media Section for the Buenos Aires Herald, one of the city’s oldest newspapers.
Senior / Broadcast Journalism
Currently, Cikowski is a Videographer, Reporter, Field Producer, and Editor for the Centre County Report.
He is also a Production Assistant for “Unrivaled: The Penn State Football Story” and a videographer/editor for The Penn State Women’s Basketball show, “Courtside with Coquese.” Both shows air throughout Central Pennsylvania on WPSU - Penn State Public Media.
This Spring Scott will be traveling to Greece for one week as student within Penn State’s International Reporting Program.
He is a member of the John Curley Center for Sports Journalism within the College of Communications.