The Liberator

Joon Ho’s Oscar Success with “Parasite” a Win for Foreign Filmmakers

Eve Nguyen, Staff Writer May 7, 2020

A smile broke out on Director Bong Joon Ho’s face when his Korean film “Parasite” was called for the fourth time in one night at the 92nd Academy Awards back in February. The film ended up winning...

Kwanzaa: A History

Diya D'souza, Staffer January 17, 2020

While many Americans spend the morning of December 25th sitting around a tree opening gifts, those who celebrate the holiday of Kwanzaa don’t celebrate until the next day. An estimated 18 million African...

The East Austin Studio Tour: Why it Makes Austin, Well, Austin

Hanif Amanullah, Entertainment Editor January 13, 2020

A cool breeze drifted through Austin this November and brought with it a fresh assortment of pictures, paintings, and other pieces of artwork as the annual East Austin Studio Tour (EAST) took place for...

A Merry Austinite Christmas

Alex Watson, Photo Editor December 25, 2019

Now that winter has officially begun, it’s time to lace up your skates and spread some holiday cheer! Although there likely won’t be much snow in Austin, you can do just about everything else to celebrate...

Senior Influence on School Culture Reigns Supreme

Eve Nguyen, Staff Writer October 11, 2019

A drum lets out a loud boom as a senior raises her arms in the air, setting off a chorus of voices that echo throughout the stadium. In unison, freshmen, sophomores, juniors and seniors alike stomp their...

Chinese club's members pose for a photo. photo by Max Domel

Check out Chinese club

Max Domel, Staff Writer October 30, 2018

Chinese Club members in Portable 14A cook steaming hot cups of ramen, socialize with friends, and learn about Chinese culture every Thursday. Chinese Club at LASA was started in 2015. Chinese teacher...

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