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Ball State Sports Link: Finding Refuge - Mading Thok
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For Mading Thok of the Ball State men's basketball team, life has certainly changed since he was a kid. Born in South Sudan, the violence of a 22-year civil war has influenced every day of his life.

Ball State Sports Link's Chris Renkel, Chris Kosinski, Palmer Durr and Ben Johnston have this SL exclusive.


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About Ball State Sports Link: During the semester, students will produce a broad range of media from live remote productions, live-to-tape events, television programs (WIPB-TV, Comcast Indiana, ESPN Networks, Fox Sports Net, Cardinal Vision 57), student-athlete features and webcasts.   Other facets of the immersion program include radio, newspapers, podcasts and the use of mobile technology and interactivity via the web.

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