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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 8, 1984)
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Larry Furgeson Photography
Exhibit through Nov. 2 in the
Nebraska Union Gallery.
Mid-semester scholastic reports
due from faculty.
Women in Perspective Series:
Women's Music 101, 12:30 p.m.
Women's Resource Center.
UPC Budget Workshop, 6 to 0
p.m. in the Nebraska Union.
Employment Seminar, 7 to 10
p.m. in the Nebraska Union.
Hygiene Presentation and Inter
view Workshop, 7 and 9 p.m. in
the Nebraska Union.
Ferron Concert, 8 p.m. In the
Nebraska Union Centennial Room.
"Heat and Dust" showing
through Oct. 15 at Sheldon.
Weekend Chess Tournament, 1
p.m. to 1 am. in the Nebraska
1998 contest designed to find out
most valuable college experiences
By Elchard Cooper
Dsdr Nctrakta Eiafl Exporter
The 1923 contest, sponsored
by the UNL Life and Work Inquiry
Group, is designed to find out
what students and others asso
ciated with the university think
are the college experiences they
will value most in 1CC3.
Robert Fuller, director of the
Adapt Program at UNL and pro
fessor of physics and astronomy,
sdd entrants should choose three
items that represent what that
person most wants to obtain from
their UNL experiences for their
life in 1CS3.
One example might be & mini
computer with a printer and word
processing software so a per
son could write good letters and
reports essential to their
To enter, fill out an entry
form available at Commonplace,
333 N. 14th St., the Wesley Housa,
640 N. 1 Cth St. and Ferguson Hall
Return your completed entry
form to one of the contest boxes
in either the Nebraska or East
unions, or send it through the
UNL campus mall to the Counsel
ing Center, Seaton Hall 1316.
o A public forum of all entrants
will be at 7 p.m. Nov. 8, in the
Nebraska Union to discuss entry
item3 and select winners.
Winners are those who best
justified their item choices.
The deadline for entering ts
midnight, Oct. 31.
Winners will receive public re
cognition and prizes, such as a
$50 gift certiScate from the Ne
braska Bookstore, a youth hostel
pass, and a membership to the
Museum of Natural History.
"We are still soliciting for more
prizes," Fuller said.
The contest is a part of Masters
Week, which is sponsored by the
UNL Alumni Association. As a
part of Masters Week, six out
standing graduates of UNL are
asked to come and speak to stu
dents about experiences they had
at UNL that have benefited them
in their professional lives.
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