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Wednesday, Feb. 21
The Indiana Daily Student

Wednesday Rundown: North Korean defector shares his story, Firefighter accused of child solicitation and sexual misconduct has not returned to work, IUFB pro day, IU Powwow

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North Korean defector shares his story

North Korea defector Charles Ryu talks about his two escapes from North Korea and his eventual arrival in the United States. After living off only 150 kernels of corn a day, Ryu said escape was his only option.  Matt Begala

Escaping North Korea is no simple task. Charles Ryu did it twice. Read more here.

Firefighter accused of child solicitation, sexual misconduct has not returned to work


A Bloomington firefighter was accused of child solicitation and sexual misconduct Friday. He hasn’t shown up to work since. Read more here.

IU pro day offers chance at redemption for some Hoosiers

Wide receiver Simmie Cobbs Jr. participates in pre-workout stretching prior to IU football pro day Tuesday at Memorial Stadium. Cobbs was one of 11 IU football players to take part in IU pro day.  Ty Vinson

Two IU football players helped their NFL Draft stock with a strong showing at today’s pro day. Read more here.

Seventh annual IU Powwow brings Native American food, song, dance to Dunn Meadow

Participants in the IU annual Powwow dance in Alumni Hall during a previous event. This year's powwow will take place April 7 in Dunn Meadow. IDS file photo

You can experience Native American music, dancing, crafts, dancing food at the free IU Powwow this Saturday. Read more here.

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