The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, August 22, 1984, Page Page 8, Image 8

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Wednesday, August 22, 1934
UNL has more than 200 rec
ognized student organizations.
Some havs specific membership
requirements, others accept all
Interested students. Most organi
zations have regular meetings,
and some require duties or dues
from members. The following is
a partial list of campus organi
sations. Associated Students cfths Uni
versity of Nebraska-Lincoln
ASUN is UNL's student govern
ment. Representatives are
elected from each college dur
ing the spring semester.
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Clubs promote special interests
Stimulates interest in A
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Promotes high scholastic stan
dards for animal science stu
dents. CornhcsJtcr ll&rSictfog Clab
Develops sound thinking and
knowledge in marketing theory
and practice.
Del&n IMca Lttcrary Cacltty
Promotes literature, music and
drama. Clzb
Interfratcmity Council
Coordinating body for social
Paahellenlc Association
Coordinating body for social
EesMeit.ce Kail Association
RHA initiates and coordinates
the living and learning envir
onment in residence halls.
Student Watch Group
Patrols campus to reduce crime.
College departmental and
professional organizations
Admirsktrstivs MaremertSo-
NBC Offers Students
Two Bank-In-The-Box LfOcations and a
Campus Money Center in the. Nebraska Union.
UPC-C presents a variety of
programs such as speakers, films
and a winter festival.
University Prcram Council-East(UPC-12)
UPGE presents programs such
ns Corn Stock and East Fest.
University Prasrcma Council
Caitara Center (UFC-CC)
UPC-CC emphasizes programs
for black, chicano and native
American students.
rr.t Ahmiti Association
Aboard of about 60 students Stimulates interest In finance
vorklng to promote interaction among business students,
between alumni, students and University 4-H
promotes, maintains, and in
creases interest in 4-H.
Futsro Fanners cf America
Promotes agricultural lea
dership and development.
Student Ear Association
Promotes professional and so
cial interests.
University Singers
A performing and touring
mixed choir.
Varsity Men's Gks Clcb
Promotes musical enjoyment
and interest.
Bowling Club
Recreation and intercollegiate
Chess Club
Promotes, chess study and
Competes with other rowing
and university clubs.
Nebraska Locrcsss
Develops the lacross program
at UNL.
Kills Club
Intercollegiate competitive
shooting team.
Uodco Association
Maintains and increases in
terest in students in rodeo.
A physical sport combining
concepts of football and soccer.
Chi dah
Provides facilities for students
to engage in the sport.
Soccer Club
Promotes interest, practice
and active competition in soccer.
Tfcb'e Tennis Clsb
Meetings consist of playing
table tennis.
Wkterski Team
Competes against other re
gional waterski teams.
The Campus Activities and
Programs office sponsors an acti
vities festival each year to help
student organizations to recruit
new members.
For more information, call or
visit the CAP office, Nebraska
Union 200, 472-2454, or CAP
East, Nebraska East Union, 472-1780.
Determines the need3 of com
merce and industry through re
search and lectures.
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With two Bank-In-The-Box machines
and the NBC Campus Money Center, the
Nebraska Union is the perfect place to
get cash, make deposits, transfer funds
or cash checks. In fact, you can use your
Bank-In-The-Box card 24 hours a day at
the south entrance of the Nebraska
Union. If you need any other banking
services, NBC's main bank is just a few
blocks away.
Apply for your own Bank-In-The-Box card at the
NBC Campus Money Center or at any NBC bank
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