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

The Sage

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

The Sage

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 organic fresh avocado toast is topped with chopped onion, micro-greens and homemade hot sauce. The ingredients were all washed with and consisted of alkaline water, along with being non-genetically modified.

The Importance of Eating Organics

Holden Kopman, Staff Reporter Apr 7, 2022

For decades, pesticides and insecticides have poisoned crops over the globe. Many people, either unaware or financially incapable, are forced to eat conventional products from grocery stores.  Only until...

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Williams meditates with her students every Monday to reset her mind. Here students were able to restore their focus and concentration which mentally prepared them for their daily schoolwork.

Healthy Habits: The Establishment of the “Happiness Advantage”

Samuel Daher, Staff Reporter Jan 13, 2022

Students walk from class to class, work without thought or conscious consideration. At home, they type out all their homework until it's time to head back to bed. Automatically, humans cycle through the...

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A local grocery store supplies many choices of vegetarian options which improve the environment. Their options have ranged from burgers to even meatballs.

What if We All Went Vegetarian?

Sophia Tranisi, Staff Reporter Jan 10, 2022

You sit down in a comfortable chair and bite into a juicy, bacon-wrapped cheeseburger. You are starving and ready to satisfy your burger craving. But do you stop to think about the damage you could be...

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Chocolate contains flavonoids, which help lower levels of stress hormones like cortisol and  catecholamines. Work-related stress was the cause of death for 120,000 people, which was 4% of the total number of deaths in 2018.

Dark Chocolate Could Save Your Life

Kaya Scuba, Staff Reporter Oct 26, 2021

Stress. It’s something we all experience. We stress over the little things like making it to school on time and more significant things such as the uncertainty of our indefinite futures. We even stress...

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Accepting and normalizing bodies can mean a lot to people. Accepting your own can make you happier and learn how to love and express yourself. (Photo from Healthline)

How Social Media’s Portrayal of Body Positivity Can Do More Harm Than Good

Emma Velchek, Staff Reporter May 19, 2021

Do I look fat in this picture? Do I look pretty? Am I wearing too much or too little makeup? Should I just delete this? As my finger hovers over the share button I debate whether to post the image on social...

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Americans get transferred to military bases in the United States after COVID-19 spread through their cruise ship, the Diamond Princess. The ship had docked in Japan when the virus made its way on board.

What to Know About the Coronavirus

Nancie Huang-Ball, Staff Reporter Mar 4, 2020

For frequent, up-to-date information on the Coronavirus and what you can do, visit CDC. On January 20, 2022, a new coronavirus outbreak caused the International Health Regulations Emergency Committee...

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Effects of Binge Watching TV

Kylie Valency and Gavyn Townsend Mar 6, 2019

In a world where TV is so easily accessible and you don't have to wait for the next episode, many take part in weekly binge watching marathons. But, how does sitting down for hours affect your mental health?

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Polar Vortex Hits Close to Home

Tristan Hoffman, Staff Reporter Feb 28, 2019

The Polar Vortex has been sweeping the Eastside of the United States for the past couple of weeks. Although we are miles away, California still feels the affects of the freezing cold.

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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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“Insite” is one of two safe injection sites located in Vancouver. Vancouver was one of the first cities to implement safe injection sites.

Why Safe Injection Sites Should Not Be Allowed

Jenny Tucker, Staff Reporter Oct 10, 2018

Mayor Bill de Blasio, the mayor of New York, is considering implementing several safe injection sites throughout New York City. The purpose of these potential sites would be to allow citizens to inject...

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