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Tipi marks diversity
A tipi brought in from the Fort Qu’Appelle campus by a group of Adult Basic Education students was raised at the Yorkton campus recently to celebrate the diversity of the region and showcase the skills students have acquired in their time at Parkland College. The tipi was first prepared and raised by a student-led committee in Fort Qu’Appelle in September 2011. It provides a year-round sacred space for students, and is also used at powwows, graduation, and for cultural teachings. The celebration at Yorkton included traditional drummers and dancers.
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