Shadid honored on front pages of college paper, former papers, New York Times
New York Times foreign correspondent Anthony Shadid is being honored worldwide after his sudden death Thursday from an apparent asthma attack while on assignment in Syria. Colleagues, journalists and readers are paying tribute to his work on Twitter, news sites and on newspaper front pages. In a testament to his standing, news of Shadid's death is trending worldwide on Twitter, and in the UK, US, Turkey and the United Arab Emirates. || Related: Storify of reaction to Shadid's death | The brilliance of Anthony Shadid's writing
Shadid's accomplishments are featured on the front pages of the newspapers where he worked, including The New York Times, where he has worked since 2009, The Washington Post, The Boston Globe, and The Daily Cardinal, the student paper at the University of Wisconsin Madison, where Shadid worked in the late '80s.