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Wednesday, August 22, 1934
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lords are common problems brought to
the Ombudsman. He does not handle
Icnal matters, but he hs referred peocla
With the start of a new school year, to the student legal services office to
students may experience problems with resolve some connects,
class registration, parkin hasseb and t Filbeck said, the Rock of Gibralter of
housbiTlie campus ombudsman's ofilce, the offlce, is hi3 resistant, Faye Moulton.
at Lyman Hall 116, will help students "When things get hot, we turn them
with problems and complaints they may over to her, Filbeck said, ohe hzz worked
have with the university. in the ombudsman s office for five years,
"We're mainly a source of information whereas I ve only been here for five
to get help," Ombudsman Robert Filbeck months." '
said. "We have referred students to many The concept of the ombudsman bean
other committees and organizations in Sweden, back In the early 1800s. The
throughout the university." king of Sweden wanted to eliminate the
For the past 25 years, Filbeck worked many layers of bureaucracy between hlm-
in UNL's counseling and psychology dc- self and the common people. Thus a
partments. He became UNL's ombuds- mutual link between the king and the
nan In March 1033. people was established by an ombuda-
The ombudsman has no authority in man.
the university system, but he can exam- Today, in nearly eveiy land-grant col-
ine records and procedures to decide if lege and major university throughout the
they conform to the r ules and regulations nation, an ombudsman staff helps resolve
in question. problems and conflicts that students
Instructors, grades, housing and land- encounter.
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L1UI O M- & Welcome to UNL.
TTD 0 f"TT A T 0 Ve at the Daily Ncbraskan have put
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Within these pages you will find infor
mation about campus, the community,
the events of the summer, as well as com
plete sports and arts and entertainment
sections. For incoming students, weVe
included some maps of campus and in
formation about the services and pro
A calendar of the semester's events is
included to help students plan the next
We hope this issue of the Daily Ncbras
kan will serve as a reference guide for the
entire year. Good luck.
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