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Deven Meddaugh

Deven Meddaugh (she/her)  is a sophomore and is a campus life reporter for The Front this quarter. She is an RA in the Edens-Higginson community and in her free time you can catch her hanging out with friends and family, playing Just Dance, re-watching her favorite movies/TV shows or writing. 

(3) Sounds of Students

Let’s get loud

“It’s too loud.” “You’re bothering the neighbors.” “No one can even understand you.” Mad King, a band no stranger to phrases like these, mainly covers classic rock songs like Led Zeppelin’s “Dazed and Confused.”

(1) “Yes, and…”

‘Yes, and …’

Under the spotlight, undivided attention is set on first-year Western Washington University student Sarah Roberts. There’s no room for error. Performing was her passion, but this was an entirely different sensation of entertainment, causing a much greater adrenaline rush. This was improv.

(1) In Search of the Cold Rush (VIDEO EMBED)

In search of the cold rush

Spectators often gather along the ledge of Taylor Dock to observe a group of people jump into the bay. They probably think, “Why on earth would anyone ever jump into that freezing cold water?” That group is the Cold Plunge Club from Western Washington University. 

Making Music, Creating Memories

Pure Halcyon: Making music, creating memories

The lights are down low. The crowd waits in anticipation. The room is lively with chatter and the low hums of a guitar can be heard over the loudspeakers before the show begins. Pure Halcyon is returning to The Blue Room this Sunday, May 7, with doors opening at 7 p.m.

(1) Safety First, Student Second

Safety first, student second

It’s dark. It’s cold. You just finished some late-night studying in the library and you don’t feel safe walking back to your dorm. What can you do? You should call the Greencoats.

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Big dreams, tiny homes

Since sixth grade, Tessa Brusven imagined living in a tiny home just like the ones she would see on “Tiny House Nation.” Little did she know, as a 26-year-old, she would not only live in one, but would have built it herself. 

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