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Eric Goode’s Chaotic “Tiger King” Series Reflects Mayhem and Madness of Exotic Pet Industry

Skylar Sidensol-Denero, Staff Writer May 14, 2020

After over two months in quarantine, many of us are looking for new shows to binge and new characters to become obsessed with. With the story of small roadside zoos, big cats, and an ever bigger menagerie...

Off The Air: Talk Shows Move to Youtube for Quarantine

Jake Matz, Staff Writer May 7, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has affected nearly all aspects of life, and U.S. unemployment rates are on the rise and the economy is down. Although popular talk shows are unable to film on their platforms, they...

Highschool Athletes Amid Coronavirus

Highschool Athletes Amid Coronavirus

Charles Taylor, Sports Editor May 1, 2020

The Coronavirus pandemic has kept American teens inside their houses, away from in-school education and away from school sports to avoid in-person social interaction. LASA is no exception to this. Austin...

How LASA Musicians Are Using Quarantine to Slow Down and Explore Their Passion

Wrenny Collamer, Staff Writer April 23, 2020

Austin's stay-at-home order has been in place for over a month, and while the isolation might feel like an eternity to some, for students like junior Emily Kahn, the extra time has provided the chance...

The Muse Behind the Music

The Muse Behind the Music

A look inside the ‘Bedroom Bops’ YouTube music competition started by a LASA senior to spread positivity during a hard time.
Zoe Klein, Finance Editor April 22, 2020

“Hi Ari, I’m Ari.” Senior Ari Wagen stood behind a microphone in his bedroom, his walls plastered with concert posters and records, a family member sitting behind him on the electric guitar. He counted...

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