Jessica Thurston Contributing Editor

Class of 2009


  • Neville Co-op


    Location: 617 Neville St., at the corner of Fifth Avenue and Neville Street

    Style(s) of housing: Apartments

    Size: 22 residents

    Building retention: Yes

    Kitchens: In each apartment

    Lounges: One common basement, four living rooms

    Special | February 14, 2011
  • Letter to the Editor

    In his Nov. 8 Forum article, “Obama’s shellacking leads to word’s revival,” Patrick Gage Kelley explained that President Obama’s renewed responsibility to the populace is to not only push his legislation, but to sell it — and, I would add, to get young voters to sell it, too.

    Forum | November 15, 2010
  • Leadership Perspectives

    In 1965, Mikhail Bakhtin defined the often-misunderstood and subversive term “the carnivalesque” in Rabelais and His World. It is the temporary overturning of the dominant culture governing a space — in this case, academics at Carnegie Mellon.

    Forum | April 5, 2010
  • Health care bill abortion debate benefits women

    Last week, President Obama accomplished perhaps the greatest task of his presidency: He made health care reform a reality with his partners in Congress. In a last-minute ploy to sway those Congressmen who needed to appease their pro-life or otherwise ill-informed constituents, Obama issued an executive order just before the passage of the bill on March 21. Underscoring the existing language of the...

    Forum | March 29, 2010
  • Miscarriages should not be equated with murder

    A bill that passed Utah’s state legislature on Thursday, Feb. 18 would charge a woman with murder following a miscarriage. As the bill waits to be finally approved by the governor, there are several important arguments that must be acknowledged so that this legislative motion never becomes a reality.

    Forum | March 1, 2010

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