Earlier last month, we wondered why we hadn't heard more about Sara Ganim, the 24-year-old reporter who broke the Penn State sex abuse scandal involving assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky and his Second Mile charity — definitely one of the biggest stories of 2011 — when she was barely out of undergrad. Since then, she's gained more acclaim — Newsweek recently named her one of the "150 Women Who Shake the World" — but today she landed the ultimate journalism prize: The Pulitzer. At 24 years old! And it sounds like she definitely deserves it (not that we weren't already convinced):
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