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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

The Sage

A Hawaiian pizza lays on a dining room table. This delicacy can be enjoyed in any form.

Pineapple is the Greatest Pizza Topping of All Time

Caleb Fletcher, Staff Reporter Oct 12, 2022

Pineapple is absolutely one of the best toppings the world has to offer despite recent controversy and hatred that many have for this style of pizza. The idea of pineapple on pizza creates a large debate...

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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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A crumpled up piece of paper displays the word, “Reputation” in red ink. Reputations are very individual and valuable and can determine a person’s future as well as social stature.

How to Protect an Invaluable Reputation

Leah Ertel, Entertainment Editor Sep 23, 2022

What is the first thing an intelligent person does before they start dating someone? The answer is scope out their online profile. When choosing what candidate to hire for a job, most managers will...

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Roe v. Wade Draft

Leah Ertel and Harley Morgan Jun 3, 2022

The views and opinions expressed herein are those of the individual reporters and do not reflect the views of The Sage, Sage Creek High School, or Carlsbad School District.

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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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There is a strong need to improve work-life balance since exhaustion is so prominent throughout students. Reducing homework or even having four-day work weeks would allow students to recharge more so they can come back and have more motivation and productivity in class. Not only that, but they could personalize their new free time to help their well-being or get real-life experience.

Four-Day School Weeks Are the Right Move

Nancie Huang-Ball, Opinion Editor Feb 28, 2022

The lines between personal and work life became blurred two years ago when COVID-19 was declared a pandemic and launched a worldwide virtual work experiment in which students fell into a year of online...

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A girl prepares an ice cream cake at her job. If working with ice cream looks fun or interesting to you, you should apply to Dairy Queen or Baskin Robbins!

The Positives of Having a Job

Sophia Tranisi, Staff Reporter Feb 24, 2022

“Make sure to mop the floors before you clock out.” “Greet the people at the front door.” “Could you print the menus? We’re out.” “Please bring the salad to table 7.” If...

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Target has an abundance of cute Valentine’s Day cards that are sure to brighten someone’s holiday. Cards have been a simple yet meaningful gift to give with sweet messages scribed on the inside as well as the outside.

Is St. Valentine’s Day Worth Celebrating?

Leah Ertel, Staff Reporter Feb 11, 2022

Valentine’s Day is a special holiday that celebrates love: the love that you have for someone special in your life. Many people believe that Valentine’s Day is only for people who have a significant...

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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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Anime over the ages has changed in style, yet remains consistent with incopriating deep themes within the stories. This is important because it allows the viewer torelate and therefore be more engaged with the show.

Stop Overlooking Anime!

Austin Jew, Staff Reporter Dec 2, 2021

Among popular tv shows and movies, the anime category is the one most overlooked. Anime is a style of animation that originated from Japan and is often seen as silly or never taken seriously due to...

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Bobcat Breakthroughs- “The Impact: COVID-19 on Student Life”

Chloe Neal, Host Jan 11, 2021

In this first episode of Bobcat Breakthroughs, Host Chloe Neal speaks with senior Sofia Aloia to explore her perspective as a student combating COVID-19 while in online school. Additionally, Sofia reflects...

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