DWU’s Lost Boys: Tragic past, hopeful futureThe saga of the Lost Boys of the Sudan is as remarkable for its inspiration as its lack of resolution. Samuel Bior and Thomas Madut, now students at Dakota Wesleyan University, were tiny children in 1987 when government-backed Arab militias attacked their villages. Scooped into the arms of older boys, they survived an epic trek across desert to temporary safety in Ethiopia. They would later flee that country’s civil war.
By: Ross Dolan, The Daily Republic