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

The Liberator

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

The Liberator

Graphic by Amelia Coleman.

Tik Tok Tries To Takeover

Megan Gerold, Staffer November 17, 2022

Since its creation in 2018, TikTok has become one of the leading social media sites in the world with over 1 billion monthly users, according to Adobe. With the growing popularity of the app, BBC News...

graphic by Alexandria Valencia

See the Space Seas of CGI

Griffin Beam, Staffer November 16, 2022

In the lush landscape of Pandora, the storyline of the “Avatar” franchise played out, and the viewers were right there with it. Computer-generated imagery (CGI) was utilized very heavily and brought...

Espionage Back to Basics

James Graham, Staffer November 16, 2022

“Spy Kids” is a movie series directed by Robert Rodriguez, and has released four movies between the years of 2001 and 2011. A new movie, titled “Spy Kids: Armageddon”, is set to come out next year...

NEW HOME FOR PBS: The Public Broadcasting service is now located in the ACC highland campus. PBS used to previously located at the University of Texas. Photo by Mars Leslie

New PBS Center Opens Its Doors

Mars Leslie, Staffer November 16, 2022

The Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) has been a household name to Americans for decades, according to PBSWarn. PBS is centered around providing entertaining programs and documentaries all over the states,...

Blanton Brings New Art

Lasya Sangana, Staffer November 7, 2022

Within the midst of bumbling pedestrians and the car-cramped streets of downtown sits one of Austin’s art museums, the Blanton Art Museum (Blanton). The new contemporary art exhibit by Njideka Akunyili...

photo by Katie Busby

Light At The End Of The Tunnel Vision

Katie Busby and Sarah Garrett October 19, 2022

On multiple days throughout the spring and summer, Austin teens congregated at local venues to enjoy the music and art created by people around them and be able to visit an event designed specifically...

SETTING SUN: As the sun sets, the fiber-optic light pods in the Field of Light art installation
show their true colors. According to the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center, Munro’s
installation combines art, technology, and nature. photo by Beatriz Marteleto-Lara

Wildflower Center Lights Up

Beatriz Marteleto-Lara, Staffer October 19, 2022

Deep in South Austin, as the sun sets across MoPac, 16 acres of grassland light up at the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center. Bruce Munro’s “Field of Light Austin” installation opened at the center...

Liberator Picks

Sarah Garrett and Katie Busby August 20, 2022

His Girl Friday  “His Girl Friday”, released in 1940, starring Rosalind Russel and Cary Grant, centers around spunky, former star reporter Hildy. When Hildy tries to leave the newspaper business...

AVP Film Passes UIL Round One

Amelia Coleman, Staff Writer May 5, 2022

“Think of the greatest movie you’ve ever seen and that’s the plot,” senior Mateo Selvera said of “everyone shall sit on a little donkey.” "everyone shall sit on a little donkey" was written,...

Indie’s Where It’s At in Austin

LiLi Xiong and Katie Busby May 5, 2022

For one week, SXSW takes over Austin’s music scene with an endless number of live concerts showcasing bands from around the world. Of course, there are many genres of music featured, but one genre they...

EDU Innovation Rocks SXSW

Sarah Garrett and Ella Lilly May 5, 2022

While the second week of SXSW is packed with live music, film, new technology, and business adventures, the first week of SXSW has its own lineup. Focused on the youth and how they’ll change the world,...

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