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

The Sage

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

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While some people adore lucious and vibrant green lawns, Californians enjoy the more dry and droughtful look Carlsbad has to offer. Carlsbad now ranks number one in the best deserts in the world, surpassing the Sahara Desert and Death Valley.

Three Weeks of Rain Ends California’s Worsening Drought of 23 Years

Leah Ertel, Entertainment Editor Apr 1, 2023

California, the beautiful Golden State known for its beaches and envious weather all year round, is also known for being one of the driest states, having been in a drought for over 23 years. As a state...

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The image serves as a representation of what dangers are to come to the environment. Some include toxic waste overflowing the ocean, mass extinction, great amounts of greenhouse gasses and tons of dangerous bacteria.

Animals Play a Crucial Role in The Survival of The Human Species

Holden Kopman, Staff Reporter Mar 24, 2023

Since the start of mankind, human beings have grown dependent on the presence of animals. Today, this may come in forms of nutrition, companionship or simply to serve as the earth’s “ground-keepers.”...

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An oil drilling and natural gas station is shown positioned in the ocean currently gathering resources that can be used as energy in the future. This is one of the 17 primary oil companies within Alaska.

Willow Project Achieves Total Climate Chaos

Georgia Scherrer, Staff Reporter Mar 23, 2023

Originally proposed in 2020 by the Trump administration, the Willow Project is a drilling venture set to last 30 years in Alaska’s North Slope Petroleum Reserve. This drilling project is proposed to...

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Carlsbad Plans to Reduce Plastic Use

Juliette D’Eliseo, Staff Reporter Jan 27, 2022

A one-use plastic ban that will go into effect July 2023 was announced by the Carlsbad City Council in Dec. 2021. The items being banned are plastic forks, knives, spoons, straws and bags. Since these...

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The Sage: January 8, 2020

Christopher Kathman and Kayley Teagle Jan 8, 2020

Broadcast from January 8, 2020 Anchors: Christopher Kathman & Kayley Teagle Edited by: Christopher Kathman Intro & Graphics by: BenzRussel Lopez Stories Covered: Basketball ...

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California steps forward to enforce strict rules upon vehicles that state agencies may buy as greenhouse gas emissions rise. There will be two changes: state agencies can’t buy cars solely powered by an internal combustion engine, and state agencies can only buy vehicles that adhere to CARB’s standards.

California Will Not Be Buying Gas-Powered Cars

Nancie Huang-Ball, Staff Reporter Dec 2, 2019

California State Government will not be buying gas-powered sedans, including Toyota and General Motors—all part of Gov. Gavin Newsom’s administration's effort to lower greenhouse gas emissions. The...

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Sage Creek is creating a bridged community where the environment is nearly overlaying on campus. There are multiple nature areas that students can explore and enjoy all the time.

Plastic-Free is Finally Trending

The plastic waste crisis: what's being done and what we can do.
Madeline Mack and Evan Spilman Sep 27, 2019

Plastic-free is finally trending. People are beginning to pay attention to their impact on the planet and are becoming more aware of their plastic waste thanks to many initiatives focused on eliminating...

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Mountains of trash piled up due to American consumerism. Recently, countries around the globe have scrambled to figure out a way to discard their trash.

Fighting the World’s Waste

Sophia Parks, News and Feature Editor Apr 30, 2019

For most people, the issue of garbage ends at the recycling bin or the trash can with little concern about how it is disposed of. But in recent years as landfills begin to overflow, countries around...

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The Sage: March 27, 2019

Jenny Tucker and Haili Ballard Mar 27, 2019

Broadcast from March 27, 2019 Anchors: Jenny Tucker & Haili Ballard Edited by: Brady Caskey, Sophie Mostamand & Bryant Kitisin   Stories Covered: Environmental PSA edited...

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Environmental Benefits of Meatless Mondays

Isabella Eiler, Tristin Hoffman Mar 4, 2019

Meatless Mondays have been around for years. But how can your participance in them today positively affect our future?

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“Angst” is a documentary covering anxiety in high school students and was broadcasted in every advisory class this past Wednesday. With the film being shown, students were given complimentary pamphlets covering the main topics that were discussed throughout the video.

Angst Opens Discussion of Mental Health On Campus

Ari Beckett and Bryant Kitisin Jan 18, 2019

One out of every 13 teens struggles with anxiety. This translates to approximately 104 students at Sage Creek. Two people in every classroom. Even with as many as 104 people struggling with it at school,...

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