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February 21, 2014 12:00 AM

Tracing Sami roots: PLU student's passion about her heritage helps to create exhibit on Scandinavia's indigenous people

It’s the aroma that really gets you. Smoky and wild, singing of forests and campfires, the scent you breathe as you duck inside the 15-foot-tall reindeer tent in Pacific Lutheran University’s Scandinavian Center speaks directly to the story of the Sami people – a story of a traditional nomadic outdoor life and the fight to keep it.

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