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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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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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A school girl wearing a mask uses hand sanitizer to keep bacteria off her hands. CUSD has implemented a whole new set of guidelines to help students and staff stay safe and healthy during school reopenings.

The Impact of Covid-19 on CUSD Custodians

Isabella Bernabeo, Staff Reporter Oct 8, 2020

As coronavirus swept through the United States, the world’s “new normal” was kindled. On March 13th, life as mankind knew it was changed. The strike of COVID-19 has re-constructed society and the...

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The CUSD board of trustees met on Sept. 11 to make their final elementary reopening decision. The goal was to find a plan that would be the best transition from online to at campus learning.

CUSD Elementary Students Will Return to Campus on Sept. 28

Madeline Mack and Bella Niems Sep 21, 2020

As of Sept. 28,  elementary level students will be allowed back on campus as per the Carlsbad Unified School District Board (CUSD), which is the first indication that high school level students will be...

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The biggest night in the entertainment industry happened this past weekend. On Sunday, the 91st Academy Awards was held at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles.

The 91st Academy Awards Was Filled With Surprises Left & Right

2019 Oscars Review
Chris Beauchamp, Staff Reporter Mar 1, 2019

The biggest night in the entertainment industry happened this past weekend. On Sunday, the 91st Academy Awards was held at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles. Many outstanding pieces of work, from “Roma”...

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The 91st Academy Awards will be held on Sunday, Feb. 24.

Academy of Motion Picture Has Lost Its Identity

Chris Beauchamp, Staff Reporter Feb 22, 2019

Before I begin with this discussion, this piece is a statement and opinion on the current status of the Academy of Motion Picture. This is in no way directed towards the art of cinema but towards the current...

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This year’s controversy over the unsettling lyrics from the 1940s song “Baby It’s Cold Outside” highlights why we need more modern Christmas music. The majority of complaints were about the song’s lines sounding like a date-rape situation.

Baby, It’s Cold Outside Controversy Reveals Why Our Christmas Music Selection Is Frozen In Time

Ari Beckett, Entertainment & Opinion Editor Dec 20, 2018

We have been decking the halls to the same loud, jolly songs for too many years. Let’s dig into how this year’s controversy over the academy award winning song “Baby It’s Cold Outside” is a sore...

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First Lady Melania Trump meets with young children at the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital on Monday, Feb. 5, 2018. Melania has focused her efforts as First Lady in working to discourage bullying on many different platforms, emphasizing its effects on mental and physical stability.

The Message Sent to Us, the Children of this Country

Sophia Parks, News & Feature Editor Nov 6, 2018

Disheartened. Exhausted. Vulnerable. Belittled. Many American women and girls woke up Saturday, Oct. 6, the day Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh was confirmed,  unaware of the ramifications...

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The team poses in their mismatched uniforms shortly after winning a match. Based on the recent controversy the players have since received proper uniforms for their upcoming rematch against St. Augustine.

Sandstorm of Controversy

Isabella Niems, Staff Reporter Oct 22, 2018

Last Thursday, the Sage Creek boys beach volleyball team was asked to forfeit a game over mismatched shorts. Before the match against Saint Augustine High School started, “Saints” pointed out that...

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A women in the middle of a WWII battle as interpreted by artists at DICE. This serves as the cover for the game and one of the centers of controversy.

The Debacle of Battlefield V

Drew Winkler, Staff Reporter Oct 16, 2018

Electronic Arts, publisher and owner of DICE (Digital Illusions CE AB) and developer of the popular “Battlefield” series, revealed the latest installment in the franchise through a trailer that left...

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Senior forward Bryce Buscher dives for a loose ball late in the fourth quarter against CHS.

Controversy Emerges as Lancers Defeat Bobcats

Jake Fitzgerald, Sports Editor Feb 21, 2017

On Friday February 17, the Sage Creek Bobcats battled their hometown rival, the Carlsbad Lancers, in their last game before CIF playoffs. This game was the final home match for many senior varsity players...

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AFLAC poses for a group photo outside on the grassy knoll.

Aspiring Future Leaders of America Club Temporarily Disbanded

Jeremy Hargrove, Staff Writer Nov 7, 2016

The Aspiring Future Leaders of America Club, or AFLAC, has been unable to meet for the past several weeks due to controversy surrounding the club. During Club Rush, several students were heard chanting...

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