LRAD: The Sound of Possible Excessive Force

By: Erin Kidd [1]       An LRAD, short for long-range acoustic device, was used against American protesters for the first time at the G20 Summit Pittsburgh protests in September 2009.[1] Over the past decade, LRADs have only become increasingly popular among law...

Not-So Streamlined Streaming

By: Patrick Macher The year is 2000 and I just woke up and ran down the stairs to sit in front of the TV for the next 2 hours. If I was lucky, a new Yu-Gi-Oh or Pokémon would be released, and I could watch as long as my parents let me skip my brother’s basketball...

Spit and Acquit- A Puzzling Trend

By: Derek Reigle Law enforcement and prosecutors have been collecting the American people’s genetic information. This isn’t a shock. Violent felons have been required to submit their DNA into a federal DNA database for the past several decades.[1] However, genetic...
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