Some Monday reading: check out SAGE Magazine, a student-run publication of the school of Forestry & Environmental Science. SAGE publishes one print magazine annually, in addition to updating web-based content about once a week. It’s very recently been relaunched, with the aim of offering a non-exclusive approach to environmentalism; basically, instead of scientists writing for scientists, they hope to have a number of different voices contributing, whether it be students, professors, or other members of the field. Contributors will be writing for a wider audience and with a more literary bent than perhaps something more research-oriented. Ultimately, they hope to expand the traditional environmental movement by combining creative journalism with illuminating and relevant science.