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Wednesday, April 22, 1987
Monday, April 13
3:43 p.m. 1548 Vine St. Vandalism to
5:05 p.m. Area 10. Varner Hall. Vand
lism to auto.
5:26 p.m. Area 16. Property damage
7:50 p.m! Westbrook Music Building.
Larceny from building.
Tuesday, April 14
10 a.m. Abel Hall. Trespassing.
10:33 a.m. Sheldon parking lot. Pro
perty damage to two vehicles.
10:36 a,m. Abel Food Sendee. Back
3:56 p.m. 13th and R streets. Drunken
party taken to detoxification center.
Wednesday, April 15
8:02 a.m. 14 and U streets. Hit-and-run
accident, no injury.
3:22 p.m. East Campus greenhouse
project. Party fell off roof, admitted for
4:08 p.m. 16 and U streets. Motorcy
cle cover stolen.
r: 13 p.m. Nebraska Union. Report of
misuemeanor assault, one party arrested.
10:48 p.m. North of Burnett Hall. Fire
Thursday, April 16
4:24 a.m. Area 1. Criminal mischief,
10:35 a.m. Area 3. Vandalism to auto.
1 1 :00 a.m. Area 3. Vandalism to auto.
1:14 p.m. Neihardt Hall bicycle rack.
Larceny of bike.
3:24 p.m. Coliseum. Larceny from
building, gym equipment.
10:55 p.m. Area 3. Hit-and-run.
Friday, April 17
3:04 am. Nebraska Hall. Larceny
from coin-operated machine.
3:57 am. Nebraska Hall. Larceny
from building, computer equipment.
6:37 a.m. Chase Hall. Larceny from
9:41 a.m. Home Economics Building.
10:43 a.m. Area 10. Larceny from
12:46 p.m. Area 3. Larceny from auto;
1 2:52 p.m. Area 2. Vandalism to auto.
1:26 p.m. Area 2. Vandalism to auto.
5:32 p.m. Area 1 and 2. Larceny of
auto accessories; hubcaps.
7:28 p.m. Sandoz Hall. Larceny from
Saturday, April 18.
4:34 am. 14 and U streets. Larceny of
7:17 p.m. Whittier Junior High. Bur
glary, cleared with three arrests. Par
ties apprehended in building.
Sunday, April 19
12:10 a.m. Harper Food Service. Tres
passing. 11:59 a.m. Area 10. Larceny from
1:58 p.m. Area 16. Hit-and-run to a
Employers scheduled to recruit dur
ing April and May include:
Allstate, April 23; marketing, busi
ness and all interested majors for sales
Daisy Hydro Farms, April 20; all
majors for greenhouse management
and sales management positions.
Franklin Life, April 20; all majors for
Guarantee Mutual, May 1; business,
marketing, accounting and finance for
IBM Corp., April 23 and 24; technical
majors such as computer science, math
and business for local marketing, mar
keting support and engineering posi
tions. IBM has added two interviewers.
One schedule has been added for
Thursday afternoon and one for all day
Las Vegas Transitions House, April
28; counseling, human development,
social work, psychology majors for assis
tant director and counseling positions.
Nebraska financial group, April 24
(afternoon only); agriculture, arts and
sciences, education and home econo
See CAREERS on 6
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Michelle MiklosDaily Nebraskan
Offgamiiae, plan and relax
Finals week doesn't have to be traumatic, Lotven says
By Kim Beavers
As final exams approach, stu
dents may envision problems like
headaches, sleepless nights, junk
food and heavy smoking. But Carol
Lotven, coordinator of UNL's Aca- -demic
Success Center, said stu
dents can make the finals-week
vision more pleasant.
Her presentation, "Preparing for
Finals," is the last of almost a dozen
workshops presented this semester
on topics such as managing time,
taking notes and writing papers.
"If someone learns to study in
their own style and starts studying
earlier, they would meet with more
success on their exam," Lotven said
during a presentation Tuesday in
the Nebraska Union.
Lotven divided her survival techniques
into three stages: preparation, review
and finals week itself.
The preparation stage deals with
steps such as knowing what kind of
test will be given and what it will
cover, and forming study groups,
In the review stage, students
should look at the course as a whole
and use memorization, mnemonic
devices and old exams to study,
During finals week students should
be so prepared after following these
guidelines that the only things left
to do are to review and relax, she
Pat Krumenacker, a UNL stu
dent, returned to school this semes
ter after being out for years. She
said she attended review sessions to
help her get back into the swing of
Krumenacker, who is studying ac
counting, said, "This workshop has
helped me to determine what kind
of learning style I have and taught
me to learn how to pace myself to
study for finals."
Lotven suggests that students
make lists of tests, dates, times,
kind of tests, material covered, work
remaining and review-session dates.
She insisted that planning and or
ganization are the keys to a success
ful finals week.
"Big Apple - Eat Your Heart Out!1
"I am not very tall; I do think big.
Study ... work hard ... get involved ...
The future is more exciting than
chocolate birthday cake or roses from
a secret admirer. When term papers
get tedious, I like to walk in the rain,
squish bare toes in mud puddles, and
wait for the rainbow. If it doesn't rain,
I go to Kimball."
"I hate school. I do anything to keep
from studying. Kimball allows me to
do this without feeling guilty about
wasting my time."
"I like Pee Wee Herman. Yeah, I really
do. I love weird things like warm mud
and silk. But there is a serious side of
me and when that happens, I go to
Kimball to forget about it."
Craig A. Ellingson
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