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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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Wednesday and her friend Enid are portrayed as complete opposites. Although they are very different, the two have an unbreakable bond and strong dynamic on screen.

The New Show “Wednesday” Sparks Debate Between the Old and New

Angela Huang, Staff Reporter Dec 9, 2022

Wednesday Addams is arguably one of the most iconic characters in the Addams family franchise and recently the main character in Netflix’s new mystery show “Wednesday.” Many people have been questioning...

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An anime character walks across a variety of scenes. These upcoming series build upon animes reputation for beautiful imagery and soothing graphics.

The Sage Reviews Upcoming Anime for Fall 2022

Grace Cowart, Staff Reporter Oct 7, 2022

Anime, a popular form of entertainment originating from Japan, is admired for its smooth animation, intriguing plot and unique character design. In every season, a new lineup of series is introduced that...

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Why Diverse Characters are Written Terribly (And How to Write Them Better)

Why Diverse Characters are Written Terribly (And How to Write Them Better)

Ava Manzano, Staff Reporter Sep 30, 2022

Diversity is a tricky topic for a lot of writers; many view it as a loaded gun, an accident waiting to happen, something too delicate to tread on. Some people believe that they are too underqualified to...

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The Linda Lindas and the Roar for Liberation

Harley Morgan, Staff Reporter May 19, 2022

On April 8, The Linda Lindas (TLL) released their new studio album “Growing Up!” Considered a punk band, “Growing Up!” is an alternative rock and punk mashup of songs, featuring topics ranging...

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Camila Cabello’s Familia Album Wows Listeners With its Variety of Emotions

Leah Ertel, Staff Reporter May 12, 2022

There’s nothing like familia! That is the main theme of singer and songwriter Camila Cabello’s new album "Familia," released this year on April 8. Written during the COVID-19 pandemic, it provided...

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Moon Knight: An Intersection of Marvel and Egyptian Mythology

Lulu Horne, Staff Reporter May 3, 2022

Marvel’s newest streaming series, “Moon Knight,” was released on March 30 and is already delivering an interesting and fresh story to MCU fans. The series surrounds Steven Grant (Oscar Isaac), an...

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Marvel’s “Morbius” Reached Theaters but Not to Fans Satisfaction

Holden Kopman, Staff Reporter Apr 25, 2022

Marvel Studios’ newest addition, "Morbius", hit theaters on April 1, adding yet another anti-hero to the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) collection. Receiving negative feedback from websites such as...

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A screen at Regal Theater displays the title and showtime of a Jujutsu Kaisen Showing. In the US, the movie was released in both an English dub, and the original Japanese with English subtitles.

“Jujutsu Kaisen 0: The Movie” – An Overview

Lulu Horne, Staff Reporter Apr 5, 2022

The prequel to season one of the wildly popular anime “Jujutsu Kaisen,” “Jujutsu Kaisen 0: The Movie” is a beautifully animated and highly enjoyable film that can be enjoyed by returning fans,...

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Some of the many great games to come from the 21st century.

Five ‘Game Changing’ Videogames of the 21st Century

Holden Kopman, Staff Reporter Mar 31, 2022

Whether having new gameplay mechanics, advanced graphics or any new features, within the past two decades video games as a whole have improved drastically. Starting off as pixelated arcade games in the...

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All of the upcoming anime discussed in this article sitting side by side. This season has a large variety of genres, like fantasy, romance, action and mystery.

Upcoming Anime: Spring 2022

Grace Cowart, Staff Reporter Mar 29, 2022

Anime, a Japanese animation medium becoming more and more mainstream in the U.S., is famous for its unique concepts, phenomenal animation and creative stories that keep you hooked every episode. Each series...

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Best Ways to Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day

Sophia Tranisi, Staff Reporter Mar 17, 2022

Every year, St. Patrick’s Day falls on March 17 and people are getting prepared to wear green and have chocolate gold coins. There are many more Irish traditions you could apply to your celebrations...

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A comparison of three older films, The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, and Aladdin, to three of the more recent films, Moana, Raya and the Last Dragon, and Encanto. It’s hard to say which are objectively “better” films, but they all have their strengths and weaknesses.

Is Disney at the Start of a New Renaissance Era?

Grace Cowart, Staff Reporter Feb 25, 2022

Walt Disney Animation Studios has been around for almost a century now, creating many well-acclaimed films, including some of the most successful in entertainment history. The studio’s most renowned...

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