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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

Ali Wong (middle) and Steven Yeun (right) answer questions in a QnA session after the Beef premier. Beef had its world premiere at SXSW on March 18, 2023. photo by JC Ramirez Delgadillo.

Review “Beef”

Whether it’s due to running late, heavy traffic, or a person cutting you off, there will be times where you want to curse out the other driver in a fit of road rage. No series exemplifies this feeling...

Global Innovators Showcase at South By

Juan (JC) Ramirez Delgadillo, Web Editor-in-Chief May 15, 2023

South by Southwest (SXSW) is a city wide conglomeration of a variety of events ranging from film screenings, musical performances, and other creative events such as flatstock, an art exhibition, and the...

BLINDING LIGHTS SXSW Headliner Indigo De Souza performs songs from her newest album, All of this Will End. De Souza is an indie rock artist native to Asheville, North Carolina. photo by Kayla Le

Music To My Ears

Katie Busby, LiLi Xiong, and Annabel Andre May 15, 2023

South By Southwest (SXSW) was initially founded in 1987 by Roland Swenson, Louis Jay Meyers, Louis Black, and Nick Barbaro, who were all united by the belief that Austin’s local music and creative communities...

Lip Dub Filming Brings the Campus Fun

Charlotte Whalen, Staffer May 15, 2023

During the advisory session on April 28, the students and staff of LASA participated in the school Lip Dub video, filming throughout the halls, and outside, representing school clubs, and activities. The...

Editor’s Picks

The Austin Public Central Library - Sanwi Located in downtown Austin, the Central Library boasts one of the best views of Austin’s skyscrapers and city line, with its sixth floor directly overlooking...

BIPOC Pop Hosts Diverse Artists

Sarah Garrett, Entertainment Editor May 15, 2023

From March 9-11, an explosion of stickers, posters, and comics filled Patton Hall at the University of Texas at Austin (UT). The art ranged from Aztec inspired comics to cartoonish stickers to animated...

Graphic by Amelia Coleman

What’s Brewing for Coffeehouse?

Beatriz Marteleto-Lara, Staffer May 15, 2023

Coffeehouse, the annual entertainment festival planned and performed by LASA students, has been a long-standing tradition at the school since its Liberal Arts Academy (LAA) days. While the musical performances...

Editorial: Accessibility in Education

Wintyr Rice, Staffer April 25, 2023

For large portions of my life, I’ve felt at least partially defined by other people’s expectations about me, especially relating to my autism and hearing impairment. After attending several panels...

Free Fun at South By Southwest

Sanwi Sarode and Charlotte Whalen March 6, 2023

Startup Crawl Startup Crawl is an event that will be held at the Capital Factory House in the heart of downtown. During South by Southwest, the brightest minds in technology and business will be joining...

Editor’s Picks

Katie Busby -Entertainment Editor Coffee When I was younger I thought I would never like coffee. I took a sip of my dad’s and promptly declared it was nasty and said that no matter what he said,...

Peter Pan Thrives in Neverland

Alondra Aguirre, Staffer March 6, 2023

Kneeling and dressed up in a green Lost Boy jersey, a sculpture of Peter Pan looks down on a mini golf course in downtown Austin. This year, the Austin landmark Peter Pan Mini Golf is turning 75 years...

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