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Monday, October 28, 2013 Monday: 78/56

Tuesday: 75/52


Volumne LXXVII

Wednesday: 71/49

Thursday: 68/47

Friday: 65/46

Saturday: 67/47

Royals win the rivalry San Marcos Football goes to State Championships for the first time in four years

Vietnam veteran visits San Marcos students Page 3 The Dangers of Walking and Talking injuries soar for pedestrians using phones


of injuries result from talking on the phone.


of injuries result from texting.

1500 1200

“I wouldn’t be surprised if the number of injuries to pedestrians caused by cell phones doubles again between 2010 and 2015.” -Jack Nasar, Ohio State University Researcher

Distracted Walking Injuries 1055

900 600 300 0 ER Visits




Total Distracted Walking Injuries of Most Affected Age Groups 16-20 years old


21-25 years old




2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Year

Statistics and Facts are courtesy of Ohio State Univeristy Research and Communications


Sunday: 73/50

Human rights activists visit SM

SKY ZIMMERMAN Editor in Chief

In 2004 an organization started in hopes of rescuing the innocent lives of North Korean citizens. Beginning their cause in 2010, they have since rescued 188 refugees and the number continues to grow. The non-profit organization is Liberty in North Korea (LiNK), and on October 23 they were gracious enough to visit San Marcos High School to bring awareness to us students. During their presentation they played the movie Danny in North Korea, a

pedestrians estimated treated in emergency rooms in 2010. This number has doubled since 2005.

Injuries soar for pedestrians using phones Pages 12-13

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San Marcos faced crosstown rivals Santa Barbara on Friday night.


Marching Band ranks first in Southern CA Page 8

Ellen’s Angle The government shutdown does affect you

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Mock Trial kicks off season Team secures mentoring program with Santa Barbara Courthouse.

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Representatives from LiNK will help start a club at San Marcos. story of a boy who escaped North Korea in search of his mother. It showed the harsh struggles suffered every day by civilians of North Korea. The tyrannical leaders, the collapse of the economy, shortage of food, and public executions are just a few of the grim aspects of life endured by the people. With the help of LiNK, Danny was able to contact his mother and later move to America. Even with the help of LiNK, it is incredibly difficult to escape North Korea. The country that is easiest to escape to-China-does not recognize escapees as refugees and will send them back to North Korea, where they will likely be tortured and killed. Leaving the country is illegal, and with its corrupt government, breaking the law has extreme punishments. see NORTH KOREA, pg. 6

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