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Guilty Until Proven Innocent

Civil asset forfeiture is a legal tool that grants officials the power to capture property if they have any suspicion of it being associated with a crime - that is, even if the property’s owner might be innocent. In her article, Kannan discusses this idea of civil asset forfeiture and what it means for us as a society at large.

Cyber (In)security

An online presence has provided immense benefits, but it comes at a cost. Goyal discusses how cyber insecurity has opened us all to a terrifying spectrum of economic, national security, and personal privacy vulnerability in this brave new world.

Review: Neo Yokio Season 1

Wang discusses the six episode long Netflix Original series, Neo Yokio, and critiques its plot and dialogue. He comments on the the reviews that other critics have made on the series, and analyzes the comical and satirical aspects of the show.

Spiderman Homecoming: Review

Ovais reviews John Watts’ Spiderman: Homecoming, comparing it to prior Spiderman films and discussing the movie’s fresh teen-oriented content. In between traditional film criticism, Ovais focuses on Peter Parker’s interaction with Tony Stark and addresses the themes of youth and coming-of-age.