The WSU Ku-Ah-Mah, an American Indian student group, hosted the 3rd Annual Native American Round Dance at the Gladish Community & Cultural Center Saturday night in celebration of Native American Heritage Month. Ku-Ah-Mah means cougar in Nimipu, the language of the Nez Perce tribe. This free, public event included a traditional American Indian round dance to music performed by the Lightning Creek drum group and the University of Idaho’s American Indian drum group, as well as a free meal.
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