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Celebrating native culture at USU-CEU


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A brightly-clad dancer whirls in a traditional dance at Thursday's celebration of Native American culture at USU-CEU. The Native American performers come from the college's San Juan and Price campuses. The event was part of Multi-Culture Week. Performances included Jingle Dress, Women's Fancy Shawl, Northern Men's and Women's Traditional, Hoop Dance, Native Signer and Flute Player and Native Skip Dance.

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