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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (April 16, 1997)
40 Misc. For Sale
45 Musical Instruments
46 Office Furniture
55 Photo Equipment
60 Sporting Goods
70 Ticket Exchange
203 Spring Break Trips
205 Career Events
220 Greek Affairs
230 Student Government
242 Pinning &
245 Lost & Found
270 900 Numbers
300 Help Wanted
310 Child Care
320 Work Study Jobs
330 Summer Jobs
410 Housing Wanted
460 Summer Housing
470 Mobile Homes/Rent
505 Alterations & Sewing
515 Bicycle Service
528 Child Care
535 Computer Service
545 Gift Ideas
550 Health & Fitness
558 Job Placement
560 Lawn care
565 Legal Services
573 Music Exchange
580 Printing & Copying
595 Typing & Resumes
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00s For Sale
GOVT FORECLOSED homes from pennies on $1. De
linquent Tax, Repo’s, REO’s. Your Area. Toll Free (1) 800
218-9000 Ext. H-1843 for current listings._
5-string harrier base/burgundy for sale. You make offer.
Call 432-5960 _
Cable descrambler kit, $14.95. See ALL the channels! 1
800-752-1389. _ .
2 U2 tickets for Kansas City concert. Price neogotiable.
Call Chris or leave message 402-675-1655._
88 Blazer S-10, low mileage, great condition, 4.3 liter en
Part-time & Summer Jobs & Internships
The Job Prom
NE Union-City Campus
Mote info at
472-8800 or 472-1452
ALASKA EMPLOYMENT Earn to $3,000-$6,000/mo in
fisheries, parks, resorts. Airfare! Food/Lodging! Get all the
options. Cal (919) 918-7767, ext A318._
Workshop on Travel Abroad:
Using Internet Resources
Tuesday, April 22nd, at 3:30 p.m. at Wick Alumni Center.
FREE! Call to register 472-5358 or stop by International
Affairs, 1237 R St
39th Annual UNL College
At the Saunders County Fairgrounds at Wahoo Perfor
mances Friday, April 11th at 7 p.m. and Saturday, April
12th at 1 and 7 p.m. Tickets available at the Union Infor
mation Desk. $7 in advance, $8 at the door. Dance each
night following the rodeo at the Starlight Ballroom with full
A representative from Creighton Law School will be at A&S
Advising, 107 Oidfather, wed., April 19, 9am-noon. Call
472-4190 for appt
Attention Business and
Join 30 students this summer working out east. College
credit, make over $540 per week. 423-7545.
Attention All Students
Please review your class syllabi and determine if there is
a conflict with Dead Week Pokey. If so, please contact
ASUN—Student Government as soon as possible at 115
Nebraska Union, 472-2581.
DEAD WEEK POLICY
Final examinations for ful semester classes are to be given
ONLY at the regularly scheduled time as published in the
Official Schedule of Classes (Dead Week) are: lab, practi
cal examinations, make-up or repeat examinations and
Projects, papers, and speeches scheduled for comple
tion during the last week of classes (Dead Week) must
have been assisgned m writing by the end of the EIGHTH
WEEK of the semester. This refers to the project and its
scope, but not the topic.
Quizzes tire acceptable during Dead Week.
The University Health Center Student Advisory Board has
extended the application deadline by one week as a
means to futher diversify the appkeant pool. Anyone in
terested in applying can pick up an application at the
ASUN office in the Union. The new deadline is April 25th
at 4 p.m.
R. Ray Morrison, M.D., Fellow in Pediatric Critical Care,
U of VA Dept Of Pediatrics, will be at the Advising Center,
107 OldH, Thursday, April 17. There wffl be three 20 minute
sessions at 3:30, 4:00, and 4:30. Stop by!
UNL will recognize campus involvement and University
leadership on Thursday April 17,1997 at 5:00 in the Wick
Center. AD are welcome.
Confidential Gay Men’s
Meets every Wed. from 6:00-7:30pm. For information: Dr.
Diaz-Perdomo at Counseling and Psychological Services.
CRUISE & LAND TOUR
Discover how to work in exotic locations, meet fun people,
while earning up to $2,000/mo. in these exciting indus
tries. Cruise Information Services: 206-971-3554 Ext.
CRUISE LINES HIRING —Earn to $2,000+/mo plus free
world travel (Europe, Caribbean, etc.) No exp. necessary.
Free Ftoom/Board. Ring (919) 918-7767, ext. C318.
DELTA SIGMA PI
Delta Sigma Pi, a co-ed business fraternity would like to
wish Gina Emery a late happy birthday.
Gay, Lesbian, Bi, Trans
Ftoom 234, NE Union
IF YOU HAVE BEEN INJURED
BY A LEGAL ABORTION CALL 1-800-822-6783. CON
SENT DOESN'T EXCUSE MALPRACTICE.
Has new posters and music from these bands and thou
sands more! Recycled Sounds, 824 P Street 476-8240.
We buy CDs everyday
April 17th at 4 p.m. in the Union. Room to be posted. The
China Pofirc Economics vs. Hunan Rights. A debate over
the trade-off between economics and human rights in U S.
i a«t week to purchese Bofrctt QoidthwsH tickets...
Tickets ONLY available at Union Information Desk
(next to Subway) and East Campus Union Into Desk
$3 students, $8 facutfy/staff, $10 General Public
NATIONAL PARKS HIRING —Also Beach Resorts,
Ranches, Rafting Companies. Up to $12/hour. Nationwide
openings. Call (919) 918-7767, ext. R318.
Apply now for six weeks of leadership and Chal
lenge. Earn $750 plus a $4,000 scholarship op
portunity. CaH Army ROTC 472-4269.
The highly successful Supplemental Instruction Program
is again being expanding. Currently, positions are open
for undergraduate leaders of voluntary discussion groups
in Biology 101, History 100, Political Science 100, Psy
chology 181, Sociology 101, and Geography 155 for the
Fail 1997 semester. Applicants must be undergraduates
who have recently completed one of the above courses
successfully (received an A) and are interested in assist
ing other students in achieving academic success in the
course. The stipend is $850 for the semester; the time
committment is 10 hours per week. Pick up applications
at the Division of General Studies, 33 Canfield Adminis
tration Building. SI leaders’ positions provide valuable
experience for majors and students interested in careers
in teaching. Application deadline is Friday, April 18,1997.
The Commuter and Student Services Center has a list of
tutors for student use. Anyone wishing to be on the list
either to tutor or in need of a tutor, fill out an application at
the ASUN Commuter and Student Services Center, 116
UNL Honors Program
Sunday, April 20 at 1 pm
in the Union
$250 worth of prizes
Enter your team of 3
members by emailing
UPC positions open for application: Vice President (Year
committment) and programming secretary (year
committment). UPC is the organization on campus that
brings programming to campus. For more info call 472
Check out the International
April 22, at 3:30 in the Union. Informational meeting high
lighting Fulbrights, Rhodes scholars, and many more! Stop
by International Affairs for more information. 1237 R St.
German students wishing to study abroad next year in
BERLIN should come to the informational meeting April
22, at 4:00 pm, at International Affairs (1237 R St. behind
CBA). Call 472-5358 (Inti. Affairs) 472-3758 (Christina
Perfect for all HRSS majors, April 16, 7pm, HE 121.
Officer elections are tonight — be there! Everybody is
encouraged to run. Meeting is at 6:30 p.m. in Avery Hall,
room 201. Pizza will be served.
Against Heterosexism and Homophobia will be meeting
tonight, 7:00-7:30pm, 1245 R Street. New members wel
Block & Bridle Club
Meeting Wednesday, April 16th, at the East campus union,
7:30pm everyone. ELECTION NIGHT for 97-98 officers.
Everyone come meet your new executive team!
CBA 222 5:30
Bring your ideas and excitement for a new year
Executive board 5:15
will meet Wednesday, April 16 at 8pm in the City Campus
Union. Guest speaker Deeba Buss, Representative of
FIRST, Foundation for Individual Responsibility and So
Meeting TODAY 6:30 CBA 118. Investment Specialist from
First Bank will be speaking. ALL majors welcome.
Becker CPA Review
April 16th, 7:30pm, NE Union.
CAMPUS RED CROSS
Meeting Wed., April 16th, 5pm in the Basement of the
Meeting Wednesday, 7:30 in the East Union. Officers meet
at 7:00. We wW be organizing for our new rodeo date.
Also officer nominations will be taken at the meeting.
YOU HAVE THE OPPORTUNITY to meet Campus Lead
ers from across the nation, see the beautiful Notre Dame
campus, and bond with UNL SAA/SF members. So why
pass it up? Come to the information session Thursday,
at 5pm, at the SAA suite, on the third floor at the Wick
Society for Human
Thursday April 17
13 & R (Next to International Affairs)
Meeting Thursday, April 17, at 8pm in NE Union, room to
The Cornhusker Genetic
Informational Meeting: April 21 at 7:00pm. Nebraska
Union. Everyone Welcome!
This week is senior week. We would like to congratulate
all of our seniors: Jenny Brown, Julia Cotton, Sheila
Fleming, Kris Hudson, Beth Niemier, Lana Olson, Jenni
fer Scnawana, Misty Banks, Lisa Stalnaker, Sara
Asweaan, Stephanie Schraml, Ann Stack, Stacie Jacob,
Dani Brown, Dana Wilhelmi, and Beth Valgora. You will
all be greatly missed!
Pi Love, Your Sisters
Pioneer Golf Course $4Q/pair
Deadline to register April 18
Call Corinne ® 436-7083
Congratulations to th^^Jy titled CASNR Advisoiy
Board officers, Brad Dunbar-Vice President, Andrew
Bohling-Treasurer, Nate Marcy-Homecoming chair, Cody
Sitz-Cnuchwagon chair, Mick Porter-Prairie Stomp chair.
Congratulations also to Josh Erwin an being selected to
the IFC Judicial Board. Alsdto Mark Johnson-Vice Presi
dent of Agronomy dub. -S*'- • V\
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midnightes detaine for
nual Stone Booke Balle."
We welcome Mandy Cloua, our chapter visitor, to Ne
braska. We're excited to have you here.
to Pete & Tina on their recent pinning. Pete, does this
mean we can’t see Tina’s tatoo anymore??
for his recent display of public affection. Tell us one thing,
was the “Y* open that evening as it was in Vegas?
K.K.—Thanks for all the MAMORIES. Please don’t do it!!
Congratulations to Bridget Gallagher for getting the part
of Maria in the Westside Story at the Lincoln Community
Playhouse. We’re so proud of you!!
Love, Your Sisters
We just want to wish you the best of Luck with your future.
The Ladies of Tri-Defta will miss your hard work and dedi
Love, Your Sisters
Congratulations to Breann Adams and Andy Sims (ATO)
on your pinning! We had a wonderful time.
Love, your sisters
Congratulations to the following Deft Athletes for receiv
ing "High Honors’ at the Studenf-AthleteAcademicAwards
Banquet Ryan Nietfetdt (golf), Jeremy Ferguson (wres
tling), Eric Mach (track), Monte Cristo (football).
Best Wishes to Kris Van Meter & Kathy Lortz on their re
Congratulations to Amanda Taylor and Molly Egety for
being selected to the Chancellor’s Leadership Class Ad
visory Board for next year. Also congrats to Amanda for
being selected as a Conference Assistant for UNL this
summer. And, finally, congrats to Ann Veigel for being se
lected for the Child Life Practicum. Way fo go!
Love, your sisters
Thanks for the superb dinner exchange on Monday. Lets
get together again soon.
The men of Theta Xi.
Schedule of Activities
Saturday, 4/19 Car Wash; tlme/ptadB TBA
Sunday; 4/20 Car Wash continued
Monday. 4/14 T.J. Sullivan and Joel Goldman speak on
HIV, 7pm, Tied Center
Tuesday, 4/15 Banner Contest & SPIRIT DAY—WEAR
Wednesday, 4/16 Greek Olympics; time/place TBA
Thursday, 4/17 Greek Week Banquet, 6:30pm, Univer
sity Dub, Stuart Building
Friday, 4/18 BBQ’s $ Block Party; time/place TBA
Sunday, 4/20 AD Greek Volunteer, downtown Lincoln
GET EXCITED FOR
A FUN WEEK!!!
Have an impact on committees dealing with student re
lated concerns. Applications available at 115 Nebr. Union
for 34 different committee openings for next year. Dead
line for all positions is 4:00 pm, April 18.
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