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

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

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Midterm Elections are Critical to Our Democracy – Episode 1

Nadia Razzaq and Isabella Bernabeo Nov 8, 2022

The Sage does not endorse any candidates nor represent any opinions expressed. In this episode, hosts Nadia Razzaq and Isabella Bernabeo provide information on midterm elections today, Nov. 8. Learn...

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On September 14, California’s gubernatorial election took place, where people could vote to recall governor Gavin Newsom. The election resulted in Newsom staying in office. But was this the right choice?

Newsom Recall

Lulu Horne and Leah Ertel Oct 11, 2021

The views and opinions expressed herein are those of the individual reporters and do not reflect the views of The Sage, Sage Creek High School, or Carlsbad School District.

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 This sign is present at the entrance to the Shops at Park Lane in Dallas, Texas. With the lifting of the coronavirus restrictions in Texas, businesses now have the opportunity to make masks a requirement or not.

State Mask Mandates are Being Lifted

Kyle Gatti, Staff Reporter Mar 31, 2021

All over the U.S., more and more states are removing COVID-19 restrictions, giving their citizens the choice whether or not to wear a mask. It still allows businesses to make the choice if masks are...

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The healthcare system in America is truly unpredictable. It has its benefits, but it also has its drawbacks; oftentimes, Americans are not given the proper care that they need.

Universal Healthcare: A Difference of Opinions

Jeremiah Saguin, Nicholas Tappin Apr 29, 2020

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Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders stands with Alexandria Ocasio Cortez House Representative of New Yorks 14 district at his rally in Iowa. This rally turned out to be extremely successful and in the weeks following he has become the Democratic frontrunner.

The Democratic Candidates

Who’s who... and who’s doing what
Lulu Horne, Staff Reporter Feb 28, 2020

The long-awaited 2020 presidential primary elections are now in full swing. The race began with 29 Democratic candidates but has been narrowed down to six significant hopefuls.  As of the 24th of February,...

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Persons between the age of 14 and 16 hold up signs encouraging the legal voting age to be dropped to the age of 16. Though this protest occurred across waters in London, this state of mind is held among young people globally.

The Importance of Young Votes

Isabella Brewer, Staff Reporter Dec 16, 2019

Gen Z, the generation born between 1997 and 2015, makes up 30 percent of the U.S. population and 10 percent of those who are eligible to vote. Yet, this generation only made up 4 percent of those who voted...

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Joe Biden: “A Clean Energy Revolution”

What the Top Five Democratic Presidential Candidates are Proposing Regarding Climate Change

Madeline Mack, Staff Reporter Nov 7, 2019

Climate Change is the biggest existential threat of our time. As young people, climate change directly affects us and our future. According to NASA, the climate change we are both currently, and about...

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Theresa May, British Prime Minister, has been in charge of negotiations with the EU, led by Jean-Claude Juncker seen to the right, for the past two years. Her plan, agreed upon by all members of the EU, has been having quite a bit of trouble back at home however.

What’s happening in Britain? Chaos, aka Brexit

Riley Hull, Staff Reporter Apr 24, 2019

Brexit, or the British exit of the European Union (EU), has been dragging along for two years since the initial referendum in June of 2016. Since the vote, the UK has been in political discord, with one...

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This image of Assange from 2010 shows a front page story on the release of the Afghan war documents. It was considered the largest release of US military intelligence at the time.

Julian Assange is Removed from an Ecuadorian Embassy

Riley Hull, Staff Reporter Apr 17, 2019

This past Thursday, April 11, the Australian-born founder of WikiLeaks Julian Assange was arrested and forcibly removed from the Ecuadorian embassy where he had been holding asylum for seven years. The...

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A snapshot of the current Democratic candidates. This graphic also provides insight into the popular candidates based on the size of their photograph.

Dempocalypse: The Chaos of 2020 Democratic Primaries

Riley Hull, Staff Reporter Apr 16, 2019

In 2016, the Republican primaries were a discord of announcements with twenty-two people vying for the GOP bid. This coming 2020 election is poised to be just as insane but on the opposite side. As of...

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Robert Mueller is head of the Special Counsel investigation. A republican former FBI director who served from 2001 to 2013, working under both republican and democratic presidents.

A Report on a Summary of a Report: The Mueller Investigation

Riley Hull, Staff Reporter Apr 10, 2019

Started a little under two years ago, the Mueller Investigation was tasked with finding “(i)  any links and/or coordination between the Russian government and individuals associated with the campaign...

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Local Politics Update: Midterms

Ari Beckett and Emilie Anderson Dec 7, 2018

The November midterm elections brought in some new faces... and some old, so here is Ari Beckett and Emilie Anderson with all you need to know about some of the city officials who were on the ballot in...

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