The Class of 2019 is leading an effort to infuse the campus with visual reminders of our Puyallup tribal heritage, both the land and the language.
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Lushootseed, once the primary language for a large part of Washington State, is making a comeback thanks in part to a unique program at UW Tacoma.
"Lushootseed is a modern langauge--the problem is that historically it's been taught as an academic language and one that's sort of dead and of the past." --Danica Miller