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The second Grand Entry of the 46th annual Pah-Loots-Puu Powwow at Beasley Coliseum, March 30, in Pullman, Wash.

People of the Rolling Hills: Annual Pah-Loots-Puu Powwow returns

ANNA HARO, Evergreen reporter April 4, 2024

It began with a roll call. The 5 p.m. Grand Entry of the 46th annual Pah-Loots-Puu Powwow started with MC Toby Patrick announcing a drum roll call. As he called out their names one by one, each group...

Native dancers performing at the 45th annual Pah-Loots-Puu Powwow, April 16.

11 Native Drums, 115 Native dancers

NIKHIL GANTA, Evergreen reporter April 20, 2023

The heart-pounding beating of 11 drums resonated throughout Beasley Coliseum during the 45th annual Pah-Loots-Puu Powwow on April 16, organized by the Native American Student Organization, Ku-Ah-Mah. Powwows...

In an introductory performance before the contest, women were asked to take the stage to celebrate womans roles through Native American History.

Pah-Loots-Puu Powwow is back on the Palouse

PUNEET BSANTI, Deputy news editor April 14, 2022

On an abnormally snowy Saturday outside of Beasley Coliseum, Native American tribes from all over the region traveled to partake in the 44th annual Pah-Loots-Puu Powwow.  A Powwow is a Native American...

Native and Indigenous people deserve our support and respect.

OPINION: Support Native students at WSU

PORTIA SIMMONS November 17, 2020

Although it's important to amplify Native voices during Native American Heritage Month, we should hear and support Native American students every day at WSU. Two members from the Native American student...

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