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Served with baked potato and
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Good wholesome American food
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Just leave us with a smile"
MONDAY 8:00 P.M. COLISEUM
aid students with goals
Students needing help with goal setting and goal achievement
will be given assistance through life-planning workshops
coordinated by the UNL Counseling Center.
The workshops will help a person understand where he is, where
he would like to go and how to get there, said Mrs. Sue Bukacek,
coordinator of the workshops.
The workshops, which will last about five hours, are being held
to aid students in making both short and long range goals, Bukacek
There will be from three to five students and a group leader,
called a facilitator, in each session.
The leader and group members will help each individual work
toward a solution to their problems, Bukacek said.
This will be done through exercises and group discussions to
help with personal planning, she said.
The workshops are open to all students and will be arranged
according to participant's schedules. No more than five students
and one leader will be in a group, she said.
Some of the leaders are counselors from the center and others
have been trained through an independent study class, Bukacek
One workshop was held last week for a group of high school
students and another will be held Tuesday for women over 25 wfyo
have returned to school.
Some workshops are going to be arranged through residence
halls, sororities and fraternities, Bukacek said. Others can be set up
through the Counseling Center.
There will be at least one workshop held each week, she said, set
up according to student demand.
Interested students can sign up for a session at the Counseling
Center on third floor,. Seaton Flail. '
Charles Smith will speak on "Why You're Going Broke,"
tonight, 8 p.m., in the Cornhusker Hotel Georgian Room. The
lecture is sponsored by the Lincoln chapter of the John Birch
Student Volunteer Services needs people to read for
visually-impaired students. Contact Nebraska Union 200 for more
Graduate students in the College of Home Economics will meet
Wednesday, 7 p.m., at Home Economics Bldg. Room 104. Dr.
James Drew, dean of graduate college, Dr. Hazel Anthony, dean of
home economics, and Dr. Patricia Sailor, assoc. dean of home
economics, will discuss graduate study at UNL.
A job placement workshop featuring discussions in preparation
for job interviews and utilization of placement services will be
given Tuesday, 7 p.m., at the Union Small Auditorium.
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monday, january 27, 1975
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