RT @scottdodd Be warned, #journalism Twitter: @PatriciaMazzei's story on the @EagleEyeMSD student journalists getting their #Pulitzer moment for coverage of the shooting at their school could cause watery eyes and heart swelling: nyti.ms/2Z88FnM
RT @ByTimReynolds Marjory Stoneman Douglas' @EagleEyeMSD student newspaper submitted 17 obituaries for a Pulitzer Prize. It did not win, but received an honorary mention at the Pulitzer ceremony moments ago. Tremendous. #MSDStrong
RT @EvieBlad Pulitzer Administrator Dana Canedy opens awards announcements by highlighting the work of @EagleEyeMSD, a student publication in Parkland, for it's quick work eulogizing classmates and teachers after a school shooting there. "There is hope in their example."
RT @PatriciaMazzei Pulitzer announcement begins with an honorary mention of @EagleEyeMSD, the student newspaper at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., whose staff wrote obituaries for 17 people killed on their campus on Feb. 14, 2018.
RT @kievaliant Announcement of #Pulitzers opens with a well-deserved acknowledgement of the student newspaper of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, FL, @EagleEyeMSD. [Also remembered: @capgaznews & Jamal Khashoggi.] #msdstrong @PulitzerPrizes
RT @SPLC This truly is the Year of the Student Journalist. The Pulitzer Prize announcements began by acknowledging the phenomenal work of @EagleEyeMSD, for their coverage of the Parkland shooting and the obituaries they wrote for their fellow students. #studentpressfreedom
RT @mrs_lerner Not only was I recognized for being @FSPADistrict7 Teacher of the Year, but I also got a Gold Key from @FSPA for being an adviser for 10 years (although I think it’s been 12)... and I got to see my BFF, @yrbkmiketaylor! pic.twitter.com/WEmyP2l8Ly
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