Rebecca P. Schneid, 17, a high school senior at MSD, shooting survivor and aspiring physician, and Charles H. Hennekens, M.D., Dr.PH, senior author, Sir Richard Doll Professor and senior academic advisor in FAU’s College of Medicine. Credit: Florida Atlantic University

Teenage Parkland Survivor Diagnoses America’s Most Pressing Health Problem – Inverse

Professor, MSD high school senior collaborate on homicide trends – MedicalXpress

Press Release September 2018 – American Journal of Medicine to be published January 2019 – American Journal of Medicine

Florida school shooting: Where do US protests go from here? – BBC

Stoneman Douglas Student Journalism Crowdfunding – CNN

Parkland Student Newspaper Scoops World Devos Visit – USA Today

Florida Governor Gun Limits – NY Times

March for Our Lives Gun Control – NY Times

March for Our Lives Student Journalists Parkland – Variety

George Clooney Letter Parkland Students – CNN

Marjory Stoneman Douglas Student Rebecca Schneid Shares Advice After Tragedy – The Feather

Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Why We Are Marching – Elle Magazine

Teens Take the National Stage Armed with Civics Lessons – The Christian Science Monitor

We made history and we’re not going anywhere – The Hill

March For Our Lives Quotes – Marie Claire

LA Times Journo Agrees With Parkland Student: ‘Journalism *Is* Activism’ – News Busters

Journalism Activism Reliable Sources – CNN

Will the March for Our Lives Lead to Real Change – The New Yorker

Are Journalists Activists? You Bet! – FCNP

‘Standing up for facts’ – Yale News

Parkland Students Remain Strong at the Broken Places – Buffalo News

Parkland student journalists honor fallen with commemorative newspaper – NBC News

From Parkland to #MeToo, 2018 Is the Year Journalism Met Activism – Observer

Parkland Students Hoping to Have Impact on 2018 Elections – NBC Miami

Marjory Stoneman Douglas High newspaper takes top spot in journalism awards – Sun-Sentienel

Survivors Florida High School Massacre Share – Lowell Sun

Differences Between Journalism and Activism – MSN

Meet The Press – Parkland Lifestyle

Do Young People Have the Power to Make a Difference? – NewseumED

50 Years later: Parkland student journalist reflect on Tinker v. Des Moines ruling in Iowa – Des Moines Register

Students in the forefront – Jea Scholastic Press Rights Committee