The Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School student newspaper on Friday distributed a special edition of the Eagle Eye to honor the victims killed in the shooting tragedy.
The tribute edition of the newspaper is the staff's first printed work since the Feb. 14 school shooting. It provides an in-depth look at each victim.
The most difficult part of the process according to Eagle Eye photographer and writer Kevin Trejos was interviewing the family and friends of the victims.
"It was very tough, Trejos said. "They all told me [they were] so glad they were able to talk to us."
In most cases, each victim's story was written by a student who they knew. The group printed thousands of copies.
"It embodies them all as people – even though they are gone," student Tenaj Gordon said.