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The Liberator

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

The Liberator

Movie Lovers Rejoice as Theaters Begin Reopening

Rebecca Scaramuzzi, Club Contributor May 28, 2021

Dim lights, loud speakers, a large screen, fresh popcorn and a cold soda have been staples of the movie theater experience since it’s become a mainstream outing. Whether you go once a year or once a...

The Blue Starlite Provides for the People As Drive-Ins See Resurgence

Juan Ramirez Delgadillo, Staff Writer January 21, 2021

As of October 2019, there were only 300 drive-in theatres in the U.S., and attendance at drive-ins was outmatched by the numbers at regular theaters. However, amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the once-unpopular...

The Complexities of the “Cuties” Controversy

Norah Hussaini and Malvika Pradhan October 7, 2020

On Sept. 9, 2020, the movie “Cuties” was released on Netflix. In under an hour, there were already sparks of outrage and demands for Netflix to take it down due to alleged blatant exploitation of minors. The...

Finding Jojo’s Mojo: How Taika Waititi’s New Film Combats Hate with Humor

Beck Williams, Staffer February 18, 2020

Taika Waititi’s movie "Jojo Rabbit" is a new comedy that uses humor to cover a topic not usually seen as a laughing matter: the Holocaust. Waititi masterfully employs satire to create a movie that is...

Phillips’ “Joker” Shows Dark Backstory of Society’s Wild Card

Max Domel, Entertainment Editor November 4, 2019

Set in the chaotic, crime-filled Gotham City of 1981, “Joker” follows a professional clown and hopeful comedian named Arthur Fleck. He has a potentially made-up disorder which makes him laugh overwhelmingly...

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BlacKkKlansmen review

Somaya Jimenez, Staff Writer October 16, 2018

Spike Lee has directed many award-winning movies such as “She’s Gotta Have It”, “Do The Right Thing” and “Malcolm X”, all of which tackle racial and political issues in the U.S.. Lee’s...

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