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The senior room plays a large role in the lives of senior boys, who indulge in playing the ever-intriguing Super Smash Bros.

By JORDAN SMITH and BOBBY SAMUELS
Sports editors

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By MIMI BEA
Assistant sports editor

Senior Jenny Lamb stands out both as an excellent athlete and a motivating leader on the cross country team. Lamb has run cross-country since her freshman year, and this year, she is ranked the number one girls runner on the Poly team.

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By BOBBY SAMUELS
Sports editor

In his third year as a varsity starter, senior Andrew Ellingsen has a wealth of experience. A second-year captain, Ellingsen leads the team both on and off the field.

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The supreme debate

By DANIEL REARDON
Student contributor

Beginning in the mid-1950s, the Supreme Court under Chief Justice Earl Warren began a radical expansion of both personal rights and judicial power. The Warren Court’s most famous efforts were in the field of civil rights, where the landmark Brown vs. Board of Education case in 1954 ordering the desegregation of public schools inaugurated the modern civil rights movement. Throughout the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s, Chief Justice Warren and his successor, Warren Burger, presided over cases that led to the establishment of the right to privacy, the banning of prayer from public schools, the expansion of the rights of defendants in criminal investigations, limits on the use of the death penalty, and, most controversially, the right of women to have an abortion.

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By MATTHEW GUMPORT
Student contributor

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Evan Robinson/The Paw Print

Evan Robinson/The Paw Print

By SARAH CHEN
Life editor

Junior Teo Rivera-Dundas describes his interest in the visual arts quite succinctly. He says, “I’ve sort of always been drawing weird little things,” However, his recent work with the Armory Arts Center in Pasadena and in the Poly Arts Department shows a maturity as an artist far past doodles.

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By BILLY OLSON
Sports editor

As the Panthers begin their push into the 2008 girls volleyball season, the future is anything but clear. Despite moments of greatness and a 2-0 record non-league record, Poly has its work cut out for it; the Prep League is far and away the toughest in Division III-A, with three teams ranked in the top five. Whether the Panthers will rise to the challenge remains to be seen.

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