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The student-run newspaper of the Liberal Arts and Science Academy

The Liberator

IN-DEPTH: Stand Up, Fight Back: Black Lives Matter: What Happened, What Didn’t, and What Needs to

Sophie Chau and Ava De Leon May 28, 2021

In the past two years, America has undergone a series of events that opened many people’s eyes to what was happening around them. As a result, the Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement was propelled to national...

IN-DEPTH: The Vaccine: Teachers and Students on COVID-19 Immunization and Hopes for Future

Sophie Chau and Ava De Leon April 14, 2021

Kariko + Weissman Paper Hungarian scientist Katalin Karikó began working on the foundations of mRNA vaccines in the 1970s. Even after repeated rejections of her requests for funding, being fired from...

Extensive Knowledge: Students Take Extension Classes

Madeleine Van Slyke and Ava De Leon February 24, 2021

A new opportunity to learn has come to LASA in the form of extension classes. From Harry Potter Trivia to discussions about Bigfoot, extension classes at LASA cover a variety of topics that would appeal...

Young Activists Through History

Sophie Chau and Ava De Leon February 24, 2021

Sarah Parker Remond Sarah Parker Remond, born a free woman in 1826, was an abolitionist activist famous for giving her first speech at the age of 16. Even though she was born to a prominent family,...

IN-DEPTH: Advocating for Change: Gen Z and the World of Activism

Sophie Chau and Ava De Leon February 24, 2021

From the Civil Rights movement to the Vietnam War, youth activists have often been an important part of reform. But suffice to say, today’s young people aren’t living in the ‘50s, ‘60s or ‘70s....

IN-DEPTH: To Teach or Not to Teach: Faculty Forced to Resign Due to Mandatory Return

Sophia Chau and Ava De Leon January 21, 2021

LASA graphic design and Ezine teacher Jill Giulietti started off this school year excited. But because teachers were directed to return to campus on Nov. 2 or face losing their jobs, that mood didn’t...

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