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A college campus in Blanding, Utah is debuting a traditional hogan for its Native American students


Builders at Utah State University’s Blanding campus have been working on a traditional Native American Hogan since May. It’s finally ready.

The structure will be used by students as a place to practice traditional ceremonies and find peace and meditation.

KZMU Radio looked at the structure’s importance for students and the community.

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This report was produced for the Rocky Mountain Community Radio Coalition, of which KSUT is a member. RMCR includes more than 15 member stations across Colorado and parts of Wyoming, Utah, and New Mexico.

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