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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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“Convenience Store Woman” Review

Lulu Horne, Staff Reporter Mar 15, 2022

Sayaka Murata’s novel “Convenience Store Woman” is an unexpected and compelling feminist work that explores both gender constructs and their intersection with the human experiences of existential...

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To dive deep into Women’s History Month individuals can learn how to celebrate in different ways. Getting involved in organizations, posting on social media or even learning about a new historical figure all honor these women.

Women’s History Month: What is it and what does it recognize?

Emma Velchek, Staff Reporter Mar 31, 2021

March. The month of March includes many notable days like Pi Day, Saint Patrick’s Day, and International Women’s Day as it happens to be Women’s History Month.  Women’s History Month is a celebration...

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Beabadoobee poses with a pink electric guitar. Beabadoobee started publishing her music in 2017 onto Spotify and since then has toured the world and published an EP titled Space Cadet.

The Rise of Female Rockstars

“I wish I was Stephen Malkmus / I wanted change / No one forced it...” - Beabadoobee
Tristin Hoffman, Web Editor-in-Chief Dec 6, 2019

Stephen Malkmus is the lead singer of the popular ‘90s band Pavement... and young female musician Beatrice Kristi Laus, otherwise known as her stage name Beabadoobee, “wishes” she could be him.  Beabadoobee...

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With the rise of female led films, some fall flat with their lackluster stories that attempt to be driven by an agenda. Agenda based filmmaking is the death of good storytelling, and allows lazy filmmakers to depend on an ideal to make a film rather than writing an intriguing story and weaving the message into it.

Why It’s Time to Stop Making Movies with Agendas- It Doesn’t Work

Christopher Kathman, Broadcast Editor-in-Chief Dec 4, 2019

A few weeks after the release of Captain Marvel, I worked up the courage to see the movie. This was despite the not-so-friendly reviews  and the claims of how it was “probably one of the worst marvel...

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KAM Kast Ep.1- Feminism & Privilege

KAM Kast Ep.1- Feminism & Privilege

KAM Kast with Kylie Valency, Ari Beckett, and Madisyn Goerlitz

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Tomi Lahren delivers a powerful message during her segment “Final thoughts” on The Blaze.

Dissension Ends in Suspension

Sam Bodnar, Editor-in-Chief Mar 23, 2017

Breaking News: if you share your personal views that your boss doesn’t agree with, you could be suspended. Following an appearance on “The View,” where she revealed a pro-choice stance on abortion,...

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