The following UWIRE editorial appeared in Indiana University's Indiana Daily Student on Aug. 26. You normally log on before class to see who has changed their relationship status or if new photos from the weekend's party have made their way online.Facebook, a self-proclaimed "social networking tool," has traditionally served as a way to keep tabs on your friends.
Over the past decade, the economy has grown 20 percent, while health care-related costs have increased 50 percent. Health-care concerns are on the minds of most Americans, including college students. UNO hosted a forum on health-care reform in the College of Public Affairs and Community Service's Collaborating Commons on Monday afternoon to inform students and the public about different aspects currently under scrutiny.