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Wednesday, february 25, 1975
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A "group process" or discussion group, for Native
Americans, Chicanos and Black Americans w21 be spon
sored this spring by the UNL Psychology Dept .
The group discussions will be planned and conducted
by three psychology graduate students, each representing
one of the minority groups invited to participate, iney
are Karen Buller, from Oklahoma City, Jose Cervantes,
from Riverside, Calif., and Bill Brickhouse, from .Spring
field, Mass. , ,
Buller, Carvantes and Brickhouse cited three purposes
for the group process:
-to share biases, prejudices and experiences with each
"-to seek to broaden our understanding of each otner
in order that we may more effectively communicate, and
dispel misconceptions that minority people have about
other minority people, and
"-to focus upon the common problems and frustra
tions that minority people experience in university
. Minority students may feel isolated
At a university where most students are white, Brick
house said, minority students may feel lonely and isola
ted. He said some minority students also fear loss of ethnic
Buller said some minority students may feel pressure to
change their behavior to succeed in the culture of the
majority. She said she thinks Some minority students, to
get through the university, try to change their behavior
somewhat, although not completely.
AD three said they noticed during the last few years at
UNL-that minority groups seemed to be fighting each
other and not participating In minority services and
activities. This observation led to the formation of the
group process for minorities, they said .
Group may be original concept
The three also said they were interested in forming the
group because they know of no reported studies involving
Native Americans, Chicanos and Black Americans in a
group process of this type.
Buller, Cervantes and Brickhouse emphasized that the
group is not "therapy" and they will not try to change the
participants' opinions. Brickhouse added that the group is
for "normal people to talk about normal problems."
The group probably will meet once or twice weekly
starting as. soon as the schedules of the participants can be
arranged, Brickhouse said. He said any Native American,
Chicano or Black American can. participate and interested
persons should contact the Psychological Consultation,
Center, Burnett Hall 209, or one of the organizers.
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The UNL Recreation Department if constantly expanding their facilities and interests in an effort to reach mora
students. The Rec. Dept. isn't just fntramurals, it's ski trips, canoe trips, outdoors recreation of all kinds, plus
rentals and free loans of a wide variety of equipment. Now a new program of the Rec. Dept., Free to Be, will
give instruction about various activities listed below.
It might be worth a little of your tirna to check into the Rec. Dept if you want to find out about activities
going on around campus, such as sports dubs, or even if you're just looking for a good time. Well be glad to
help you out.
SPRING WORKSHOPS with expert instruction.
You can learn about these sports and crafts
FREE OF CHARGE. Just come to any of the
below sessions no registration necessary
just drop in. '
Quilting, Feb. 25, tonight, 7-8:30 p.m.. Pine
Room Cather Hall
Bicycle Maintenance, March 3, 7-? p.m., Mr.
Bike 19th & "O" St.
Tropical Fish, March 17, 7-9 p.m. Harper
Tola Painting, March 24, 7-9 p.m. Harper
Stained . Glass, March 31, 7-8:30 p.m. Pine
Room Cather Hall
Yoga, April 7, 7-9 pm, Henzlik Gym Staga
Backgammon, April 14, 7-9 pm. Pine Room,
For more details just call the Recreation Dept.
For mora InfcfnustJon, tza Dennis Martin,
'ftooor. 200,' ftebr. Unfcv 472-24C3.
Take off during spring break for greet week
of skiing. You're on your own in luxurious con
dominiums complete with wood-burning fire
places. Everything paid for but the food....
even the skis II
Complete Ski Package Includes:
- Round trip but transportation to Winter Park,
- Daily round-trip transportation to Winter Park
- Five nights' lodging" in condominiums
-Five days of complete ski equipment
- Five days of complete ski equipment
- Three days of ski lift tickets
-Ski lesson by qualified instructors on the
- Plus such exciting additional options as siefgh
rides, tubing, snowmobiling and cross country
skiing. i , ,
TOTAL SKI PACKAGE:
Cross Country Skis
plus many more
Bows and arrows
' Basketball equip.
"Ficnla games" (everything you need
v , JWW II.
for a picnic), and much more.
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25 Indoor Track Meat (M)
3 Paddleball Entries Due (C)
9 Power WelghtSiftlng Matt
12 Wrestling Weigh-ins (A,)
18 Women's Swimming Meet (W)
17 Softball Entries Due fJS, W&C)
Tennis Doublts Entrlss Du (M)
31 Horseshoe Doub.'es Entries Due (M)
Tennis Entries Due (C)
1 Tennis Doubles Entries Due (W)
2 Golf Doulki Entf 'ks Dut
GoSf Entrks Oua (YS) '
- 7 Soccer Entriss Dut (,.)
8 Golf Entries Due (Q
21 Oufebor Tradt Matt (MJ
25 fKka fUSy
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Jrch 19-23 for only Thm w:i be a prt
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J2l,ur n interested persons.
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