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Upper School Essayists Reign Supreme

Campbell Morrison '18, Cole Woerner '18 and Grace Seeley '17 were all winners in this year's Mondale-Quie Essay Contest, sponsored by the Minnesota Supreme Court Historical Society. The three submitted their essays, which focused on the Fourth Amendment and privacy rights, as part of Mr. Graham's U.S. Government and Politics course this fall. The winning essays were selected by a panel of judges and award recipients receive a $500 scholarship.

The winning essays are posted to the organization's website:

Campbell Morrison, "Hand It Over: Exploring the Danger of Power in an Age of Technological Advancement"
Grace Seeley, "The Fourth Amendment Strikes Back: When Can Student Phones Lawfully Be Searched?"
Cole Woerner, "The Court Should Clarify, and do so with Care"