Justice Sandra Day O’Connor declared from the bench last month, after reading her new opinion governing student-on-student harassment, that, thanks to Davis v. Monroe County Board of Education, “little Mary may attend class.”

The justice’s uncharacteristic end-zone dance thrilled at least one little Mary–Mary-Christine Sungaila–a young woman who, though not far removed from her own student days, wrote the feminist groups’ brief in Davis.

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