Adam Swick hits bullseye in finding a new sport
Adam Swick, a senior in Agriculture System Management, was introduced to a new and interesting sport from a good friend of his a few years ago. That new sport Swick is now apart of is archery.
As a senior, he has become the president of the Penn State Archery Club, and has made the all-east team this season. He hopes to also be near the top of the leaderboard this May when he travels to Utah for collegiate outdoor nationals.
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2013 Graduate / Broadcast Journalism
Growing up in West Chester, PA, a suburb of Philadelphia, Kurt quickly developed a passion for all aspects of sports. Starting in high school he gained an appreciation and interest in filming, editing, covering, and talking about all sports. This has carried over to his college career where he has studied Broadcast Journalism at the Pennsylvania State University. To go along with that, he is in the John Curley Center for Sports Journalism here at Penn State. This has added a great compliment to his major, since he one day hopes to work in the sports field, specifically covering the Olympic Games or soccer. To go along with his experience with the broadcast journalism field, Kurt also had a marketing/PR internship with Comcast-Spectacor at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, PA. This has giving him insight to the sports and entertainment world from a business aspect.