The Sage Publication is the student news site of Sage Creek High School in Carlsbad, CA

The Sage

The Sage Publication is the student news site of Sage Creek High School in Carlsbad, CA

The Sage

The Sage Publication is the student news site of Sage Creek High School in Carlsbad, CA

The Sage


May is Mental Health Awareness Month; the symbol for mental health awareness is the green ribbon. This month is an important reminder to protect individual peace and support others struggling with mental health.

Sage Creek Reflects on Mental Health Awareness Month

Jadyn Haid, Staff Reporter May 22, 2024

Mental Health Awareness Month is a time of personal reflection and positive thinking in order to heal from past hardships. Though it may be a challenging month for some to endure, May 1 to 31 is a significant...

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A student logs into ChatGPT on their Chromebook for homework assistance. ChatGPT is becoming more popular among the youth as Sage Creek students gradually turn to AI assistance apps to help complete their assignments, which brings into question the future of the schooling system on assignment completion.

Is Artificial Intelligence a Benefit or a Threat to Education?

Isaac Danon, Staff Reporter Mar 5, 2024

According to ABC News, a senior at UC Davis used Artificial Intelligence (AI) to outline an English poem. The introduction of AI technologies in educational institutions raises concerns for the future...

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A sign warns of the danger of the eroding coastal bluffs. As ocean levels continue to rise, the bluffs continue to crumble.

Carlsbad Moves to Update Climate Action Plan

Jacob Dougherty, News and Features Editor Dec 11, 2023

As temperatures skyrocket around the globe, rising over 2 degrees Fahrenheit worldwide, communities have been forced to adapt to ensure their continued survival. One such community, Carlsbad, California,...

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Matthew Perry continues to bring happiness to “Friends” viewers. His death was very unexpected, causing many around the world to grieve the loss of such an upstanding human being.  Matthew Perry at Smarter Justice: Lessons from the American problem-solving court movement  by  Policy Exchange  is licensed under  CC BY 2.0 DEED.

Matthew Perry: “Friends” Will Stick Around for Life and Death

Jadyn Haid, Staff Reporter Nov 9, 2023

On Oct. 28, Matthew Langford Perry was found dead in his home hot tub at the age of 54. His recent death is a shock to many. The actor was most well-known for his character Chandler Bing on the American...

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The Steak and Bacon Grilled Cheese Burrito, nacho fries, strawberry twists, the wild strawberry creme delight freeze and the wild strawberry freeze are all the new hot items on the Taco Bell menu. Come to Taco Bell before the items get removed!

Taco Bell Menu Debuts

Crystal Slabicki, Staff Reporter Nov 1, 2023

Taco Bell loves improving its menu, and recently on Sep. 28th, they have just brought back their Steak and Bacon Grilled Cheese Burrito, Nacho Fries, Wild Strawberry Freeze and more. Customers are stoked...

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Jacksfilms post to respond to the post SSSniperwolf posted on Instagram. Jacksfilms is a creator who has 4.94 million subscribers and has been allegedly doxxed.

SSSniperwolf Allegedly “Doxxed” Jacksfilms: What Happened and What it Means

Austin Jew, Co-Broadcast Editor-In-Chief Oct 25, 2023

On Oct. 14, 2023, a content creator with 34 million subscribers went to another creator’s house and shared their personal address with all of her Instagram followers without consent. This action is called...

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An iPhone opens up the TikTok app while laying on a school backpack. TikToK can be an outlet to socialization.

Sage Creek Weighs the Advantages and Disadvantages of Social Media

Isaac Danon, Staff Reporter Oct 17, 2023

When it comes to social media, most kids see it as an ability to instantly connect with others and share their personal content according to Most teens relate to virtual communities as...

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The earthquake has had several consequences.  Roads are closed because of large cracks.  Earthquake in Morocco  by  None  is licensed under  CC BY 1.0 DEED

Morocco and Libya Grapple with Devastating Natural Disasters

Omar Tabet, Staff Reporter Oct 10, 2023

In the sun-scorched expanse of North Africa, two disasters unfolded.  In Morocco a powerful earthquake shook the land and awakened people from their deep slumber on Sept. 8 at 11:32 p.m. Shortly after,...

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Attendees could enter Oktoberfest at its main entrance. The festival was open from 12-8 p.m.

Carlsbad Rotary Clubs Hosts 41st Annual Oktoberfest

Helen Hao, Managing Editor Oct 9, 2023

This past Saturday, Oct. 7, Carlsbad held its 41st annual Oktoberfest Fall Festival at the Carlsbad Strawberry Company. Hundreds if not thousands attended the festival, wearing traditional German...

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A sea lion enjoys the ocean breeze at the shore. Because the sea lion is now back in the ocean, no one could get a picture of the sea lion at the spa.  Sea Lion on Golf Course  by Rhododendrites is licensed under  Licensed under CC BY SA 4.0

Sea Lion Found on Carlsbad Golf Course

Crystal Slabicki, Staff Reporter Sep 26, 2023

Golfers in Carlsbad woke up on a sunny day of June 20, 2022, the Omni La Costa Resort & Spa golf course as their destination, unprepared to see a sea lion. A video of the sea lion on the golf...

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Across from the Carlsbad station, multiple signs are posted detailing the suicide prevention lifeline phone number to those at the station. This photo presents one of the lifelines, the more commonly referred to number is 988 for those in crisis.

September Brings Suicide Awareness to Carlsbad Citizens

-TW: This article details violence and accounts of suicide-
Georgia Scherrer, Web Editor-In-Chief Sep 21, 2023

Since 2008, September has been recognized as National Suicide Prevention Month for millions of people in the United States. More specifically, in Carlsbad, California, individuals are speaking out about...

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A High school student writing a college application essay during college application season. .  Exam Writing  by  United Nations Assistance Mission in Somalia
  is licensed under  CC BY 1.0 DEED

College admission rates have fallen this year, but why?

Isaac Danon, Staff Reporter Sep 19, 2023

Every year, college admission rates continue to drop to an all-time low, especially in highly selective schools.  Last year, New York University’s (NYU) and Tulane’s admission rates dropped below...

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