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Thursday, Febaiary 16,1995 Page 15
ATTENTION ALL BUSINESS MAJORS
Discover the dynamic career that
can offer you.
Interested? Visit with out recruiters to learn more:
Monday, February 20th
7 pm in the City Union
Casual Dress - Free Pizza and Coke
(Freshman-Seniors are welcome)
Applications for Innocents Society Scholarships are
available at OSI (200 City Union, 300 East Union) and
Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs (124 Admin.) Deadline
is 3/3/95 so pick one up today!
Offers 4 year degrees, graduate courses, and non-credit
flight programs. For more information call 402-554-3424
When: Tuesday February 21st & Wednesday 22nd from
11:00am to 5:00pm.
Where: Ballroom in the City Campus Union
Bring: Student ID or SS card, but most importantly bring
yourself and all your friends.
Know what Californians know now! Never be 6 months
behind again. All the popular m ovies before you see them,
music before you hear it, fads, fashion, food, slang fun
facts & more. 1(900)388-1010, Ext 801 ($2.00 Per Min.)
CRUISE SHIPS HIRING
Earn up to $2200+/month working on cruise ships or land
tour companies. Worldtravel. (Carribean, Hawaii, Mexico
etc) Full time and seasonal employment. No experience
necessary . Call (818)705-3415 Ext. C701. _
DON’T SPEND ANOTHER
SUMMER IN NEBRASKA!
Spend the summer under the sun with hundreds of UNL
studentsl Want to find out more? Come to the information
meeting tonight! Internationa! Student Lounge (1237 R
Street) *7:00 pm.
Questions? CaH 472-5358
FREE FINANCIAL AID!
Over $6 Billion in private sector grants & scholarships is
now available. All students are eligible regardless of
grades, income, or parent's income. Let us heb. Call
Student Financial Services: 1 -800-263-6495 ext. F57781
The Men's and Women's Indoor Track Meet will be held
Sunday, February 19 in the Devaney Sports Center. No
advance entries are required. Entries will be taken on-site
the day of the meet. For more information, call 472-3467
or pick up a flyer in the Office of Campus Recreation.
Mortar Board Week!
Hints for the raffle: I.The symbol of Mortar Board is the
black mask. 2.The principles are scholarship, leadership
and service. 3.New members are tapped in the spring.
PI LAMBDA THETA
Building the Professional
New member orientation Feb. 21st, 7 p.m.. City Union
Earn to$12/hr+tips. Theme Paiks, Hotels, Spas, + more
Tropical & Mountain destinations. Call 1-206-632-0151
I STUDENTS WITH
Are you Interested In talking with others about
parenting, time management, relationships? If
so come to the Women's Center, NU 340 on
Wednesdays, 12-1:30pm (472-2597)
Are you looking for a summer full of adventure?! Apply
now for six weeks of leadership and challenge. WITH
PAY. For more informaiion, call Army ROTC, 472-2468.
UNL COLLEGIATE 4H CLUB
BLOCK & BRIDLE
THE COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES &
NATURAL RESOURCES ADVISORY BOARD
PRESENTS A DEBATE OF THE EXECUTIVE
CANDIDATES FOR ASUN
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 16,1995,2PM
EAST CAMPUS UNION
GREAT PLAINS ROOM
Wanted: Used CDs
Bring in your compact discs for up to $5 in cash or trade.
Disc Go Round. 50th and 0.4664)047.
Women and Food
Do you find yourself struggling with food—whether to eat
or not eat. eating to stun feelings, feeling guilty about
eating, eating compulsively.If you find yourself spend
ing an inordinate amount of time thinking about food, you
are asked to attend an informal discussion on this topic.
Meets Monday, Feb. 20th, from 12:00-1:30pm at the
Women s Center, NU 338. Questions? Call Kris at 472
Looking for a good time?
COME TO THE
Meeting, Sunday Feb. 19
Room to be posted
. Thursday, Feb. 16th
Room will be posted
_ 6 p.m.__
Thursday at 7pm. Free Pizza. _
Meeting TODAY at 530 p.m. in the union. Come and pick
up your raffle tickets! __
Meeting Wednesday. Feb. 22. 6pm at St. Elizabeth's
Hospital. Meet In mam lobby.Oueetlons?. calll-800-626
There will be an SEA meeting February 21st at 6:30 in
Henzlik Rm. 107. Stan Vasa will be speaking on Inclusion.
All Education majors are welcome to attend!
Society for Human Resource Management meeting to
day at 5:30 in the Nebraska Union. Everyone Welcome!
Stand up for the environment!
Thursdays at 730pm at the Union. Room is posted.
Students for Life
Meeting Thursday, February 16
7:00pm in the Union
(room will be posted)
Undergraduate Psychology Organization meeting Thurs.
Feb. 16.530pm in Union (room posted). Brian Sampsom
from Cedar's Home for Children Speaking.
Way to go, Chandelle Peacockl We re so proud of you for
representing Nebraska with pride in the Miss USA pag
eant last Fnday night!!
Love your ADPi Sisters
Congrats to Ann Stack on her initiaion into Sigma Tau
Delta English Honorary!!
Love your ADPi Sisters
Congratulations to our newly elected officers and commit
tee members: Minor Exec.-P.R.-Eric Dam, Historian
Doug Eisenmann, Athletic-Justin Sindt, Chorister-Joe
Skavdahl, Chaplain-Ryan Rikli, Health Aide-Matt
Sasek.FEC-Kevin Sagehorn. Adam Olson. Jeremy
Siems, Kevin Meyer. Warren Coulter. Jeremy Fritz, Chad
Hill.Standarda Board-Mark Clayton, Aaron Dauel, Ryan
Soukup, Kevin Buhrman, Rick Gish, Jud Skavdahl.
Congrats to Sigma Nu Monday Night Club: Towan,
McGowan, Boss, Rockwell, Maul, and Newman.
Congratulations to Tara Hammann on your engagement.
We all wish you the best of luck!
Love, your Tri-Delta Sisters.
Thanks to the new member class for throwing us a great
party Thursday night. We owe you onel
Love the New Alpha Phi Initiates
Thanks for the F.A.C.-We'll ’squeeze* wit cha anytime!
Thanks for hangin’ out with us! We had a great time.
Love, DG freshmen pledge class
Thanks to Johnny Rogers for speaking at our Continuing
Education meeting Monday night.
The men of Theta Xi
To the Women of Alpha Xi Delta,
Thanks for the dinner exchange last Monday. We look
forward to the next time.
The Men of Delta Tau Delta
Nebraska Union Board
Applications available at 115 Nebr. Union, Deadline
Wed.. Feb. 22 at 4.-00pm
FOUND: Set of Keys to GM car, around 2/8 on sidewalk
North of Lutheran Student Center(535 N16th). Stop by to
claim or call 435-3697.
Cash for used Levi's Jeans and Jackets. Top Dollar Paid.
Congratulations 1994 National Champion Nebraska
Cornhuskers. Wanted: Your National Championship
rings. Please call collect 617-527-8922.
FAST FUNDRAISER - RAISE $500 IN 5 DAYS -
GREEKS, GROUPS, CLUBS, MOTIVATED INDIVIDU
ALS. FAST, EASY-NO FINANCIAL OBLIGATION.
Aircraft Detailing. Part-time, flexfole scheduling. $6-$8/
hr. Call Gary Smith with Appearance Group. 475-2611 ext
A rapidly growing company needs yourtatents. Part-time,
full-time available, call for an appointment. 796-2416.
Blimpie’s Subs and Salads
Now hiring. Apply in person 11th & Cornhusker, Belmont
Use your skills to earn a lifestyle not a living. Cal for
appointment. 796-2416. _____
Children’s Discovery Center is now hiring part tlmemom
ing and part time afternoon preschool teacher aides.
Flexfole hours available to woik around class schedule.
Apply at 2205 Highway 2.
Part-time parking valets needed. 4 blocks from campus.
Apply in person 1313 M. Ask for Todd._
Hudson Bay Company
If you've been reading our ads and wondered what were
all about, act now. Ourphonesare almost full, aBhoughw#
have a few positions left. If your concerned about
evlronmental and consumer Issues, possessgoodcom
munication skills, and consider yourseM poWteally pr*
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