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Bryan Memorial Hospital seeks individual to assist
users in the student library. 16 hours/weed. Evening
and weekend hours as assigned. Library experience
preferred. Computer and keyboarding experience de
BRYAN MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
1600 South 48th Street
Lincoln, Nebraska 68506
JOB LINE: (40|) 483-3696
Loss Prevention: Part-Time, Plain Clothes Position.
25 hours/ week. Experience preferred, not required.
Apply at Shopko 66th and O St.
Need a few hours work each week? Need to get the
children off to school in the morning and be home
when they return? We need someone to help in the
lunch room from 11:00am to 2:00pm, Mon-Fri. No ex
perience needed. Need extra hands to help in a variety
of tasks. Apply in person or call 421-4400 for more in
formation. NE Farm Bureau 5225 S. 16th Street.
Experience on autos, trucks, forklifts, etc. Full or part
time, Apply Lincoln Lumber Co., 932 N. 23
NEED SOME CASH?
IMMEDIATE TELEMARKETING POSITIONS
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WILL PAY YOU WEEKLY!
IS EXPANDING AND NEEDS YOU TO JOIN OUR WELL
TRAINED AND HIGHLY PAID STAFF. CALL TODAY,
START TOMORROW! 436-3080
NEEDED: Student who would like to work 20-25/week,
flexible hours, must have car. General maintenance
and clean up for several convenience stores. Contact
Rita Mills 421-3909.
Night Desk Clerk, 11pm-8am. 1 night per
week-Tuesday. Great study time. Apply in person.
Stop-n-Sleep Motel. 1140 Calvert Street.
Due to expansion, international company must fill 33
local back-to-school openings by 9/24. Schedule
around classes. Call M-F, 11-5pm, 477-8663.
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Officials for Lincoln Public Schools middle level flag
football and volleyball. Experience preferred but not re
quired. Games will be held on Saturday mornings. For
more information call Karen Hand, 436-1811.
Old Chicago. A.M. and P.M. line cooks and pizza
cooks. Wages negotiable. 477-2277. 826 *P” Street.
Contact Ron Johnson.
Part time Childcare Assistant
Persons needed 7:30-9:30 a.m., Monday-Friday, to
provide direct care of children. Flexible days, call Trinity
Infant and Childcare Center, 475-9731.
Part time help needed evenings and weekends: Cash
iers, tow truck drivers and light mechnical workers.
Call Darryl at Rahn’s Amoco, daytime hours, 489-7979.
Part Time Help Wanted. Evenings and Weekends.
Apply in person, Bud's Beverage, 1053 Saunders Ave
PART-TIME Floral Processing/Delivery Positions Open.
Rose Express. 4920 N. 57th St., Suite B (North of
Comhusker and 1 Block East of HWY 77). No Calls
Variety of part time morning positions open. 8-12noon,
Mon-Fri. Apply in person, to NE Farm Bureau, 5225 S.
Local engineering firm seeks photography student for
30 to 100 hour internship to last approximately 5
weeks. Junior/Senior undergraduate preferred. Respon
sibilities include on-site photo shoots in Lincoln and
the surrounding 250 mile area (own transportations re
quired). Send letter expressing you interest and qualifi
cations to: Olsson Associates, Attn: Melissa Newton,
P.O. Box 84608, Lincoln, NE 68501.
Parks and Recreation has openings immediately for
leaders with before and after school recreation for ele
mentary children. Before school hours 7-9 a.m. Mon
day-Friday ($5.50/hour). After school hours 2:30-5:45
p.m. or 3:15-5:45 p.m., Monday-Friday ($5.30/hour).
Substitute staff also needed for both before and after
school programs. Apply now at Playground Office,
1225 F Street. Second Floor. 441-7952. EOE/AA
Sale Assistant approximately 15 hours/week. Pleasant,
c mg personality needed. Hourly wage plus
<- jn. Apply at Rothchilds, Mens Clothing. 233
48, Suite B or cad 464-6400 and ask for Ray.
N.F.L. 18 points
Not for long
No experience necessary. Call 467-2616.
Servers needed. Call for appointment, Merri
Spaghetti Works fe hiring Daytime Wait Staff. Apply
at 228 N. 12th, 8-10 or 2-4.
Spring Break ‘98 - Sell Trips, Earn cash & Go Freettl
Student Travel Services is how hiring campus
repsforoup organizers. Lowest rates to Jamaica, Mexico
Student custodian at Nebraska Union, afternoon
hours. 2-5 p.nt, Monday-Friday. Apply in person to Bill
Behmer, room 220 Nebraska Union.
SUPERSTAR STUDEHTS NEEDED!
$ signing up friends and classmates for our credit
cards. Opportunities to advance to campus manager
involving hiring and training other students. No car re
quired. must be outgoing and aggressive. Flexible
hours and great income! Call Lon at (800)529-2121,
Supervisors needed for middle level sports. Prefer
education majors. Lincoln Public School intramural de
partment. Call Karen Hand. 436-1811 for more informa
tion;. ■_ .
TO $500 TUITION ASSISTANCE
National Bank of Commerce is currently accepting Ap
plications for. Branch Specialist- Williamsburg
Teller- Main Branch
Credit Card Collector/BankCard
(2)Encoder- Item Processing
Sorter Operator- FC Technologies
(2)College Interns Auditing
For more details call the First Commerce Job Hotline at
Equal Opportunity Employer
University of Nebraska Foundation, Student
Earn Great Money while calling UNL Alumni! The
University of Nebraska Foundation Needs student
fund-raisers who posess excellent communication
skiHs, a positive attitude, and are goal oriented. Staring
wage is $5.25 (with incentives up to $7 per hour).
Evening Hours with some Weekend Hours are
available. Only 5 minutes from campus. Casual attire.
Contact: Kristin Kasparekor Brad Shafer at 472-2151.
Valentino’s To Go
5001 “O* street.Now accepting applications for p/t
am/pm, kitchen and counter positions. Please apply to
manager between 2and 4pm.
Wanted pleasant and professional receptionist to work
the following hours: T,Th, 1:30-8:30pm and every other
weekend 9-5. Please send resume or stop in to apply.
The Ambassador Lincoln
4406 Normal Blvd.
Lincoln NE 68506
Attn. Mark Andrews
We need employees!
i/ierics anernoons ana evenings, apply in person.
Mike’s O Street Drive-In. 22nd &Q.
the perfect part-time job
eras only a phone call away?
Pick up the phone and you'H And out
National Research Corporation has a lot to offer.
NRC is accepting applications for its professional
interiewing evening/weekend staff. ABSOLUTELY NO
SELLING! If you are interested in joining an industry
leader in providing the most actionable, up-to-date
market information to health care organizations, please
call us today!
NRC Offerings include:
“Paid parking with convenient downtown location
“Casual/smoke-free work environment
“Competitive hourly wage
For more information or to schedule an interview,
please call our Data Collection job line at 475-4520.
Williamson Auto, telephone operator Monday through
Friday. Sam to 1pm, flexible hours. Apply 21st and N,
ask for Mary.
Part-time help needed for home daycare, Mon
day-Thursday afternoons. Call Karen* 486-1240.
Summer work study students needed at city/east cam
pus libraries. Day, evening or weekend hours.
55.15-$5.40/hr. Apply Love Library, Rm. 136.
Dependable individual to assist in tropical fish mainte
nance. Flexible hours. Apply Manter Hall, Room 2 .
472-0682 (Stetanj. Work study approval required.
Enjoy a variety of projects? Opportunity for 2-4 re
sponsible work study students to assist conference
planning professional. Computer experience preferred;
key boarding essential. Minimum 10 hours a week,
5.25 per hour. Academic Conferences and Professional
Programs, East Campus, call Cheryl at 472-2844.
The last day to enter Co-Rec Rag Football is Tuesday,
September 9. Don’t delay. Enter now at the Office of
Campus Recreation. Call 472-3467 for more informa
classes forming now!
Call 472-7478 for more info. Class starts September
15. Sponsored by the University Health Center.
ALPHA PHI OMEGA
Co-Ed Service Fraternity
Come to an info, meeting and find out what we’re
Monday 8th 6 7 pm, East Campus Union
Tuesday 9th 0 6:30 p.m., Neihart Gray Parlor
Wednesday 10th 0 6 p.m., 1245 R Street
Thursday 11th 0 3:30 p.m., Abei/Sandoz balroom
@ 7 p.m., Smith
Central Conference Room
Or call Linda at 466-5440.
Deadline extended for committee chair applications.
Distinguished scholar day, senior send off, and PR as
sistant. Applications now due Sept. 18th. More infor
mation at Thursday’s meeting.
Decorate your new space— lots of new posters at
Recycled Sounds arriving daily. Recycled Sounds,
1211 “0" Street. 476-8240.
DISC GO ROUND
WE PAY CASH FOR YOUR CDs
Used CD's, $5.99-$7.99 New CDs$12.99
Movies,T-shirts, posters,hacky sacks,
and CD towers.
DISC GO ROUND
50th and 0,486-0047
Spend four fun-filled summer weeks at Oxford
University in England. Visit many of England’s most
famous attractions as part of the Nebraska at Oxford
Program. Earn 6 hours of 300/400 level credit in busi
ness and the arts. Come find out how exciting your
next summer can be! All majors welcome. Sessions
will be held in 138 CBA.
Monday, September 8: 12:30-1:30;
Tuesday, September 9: 1:00-2:00; 3:30-4:30
Wednesday, September 10: 9:30-10:30; 2:30-3:30
Thursday, September 11: 11:00-12:00; 1:30-2:30
For More information, contact Melissa Murphy, CBA
138, or phone 472^2310.~
Delta Sigma Pi, Professional Co-Ed Business Fraternity,
is recruiting new members. Business majors, come
to our Meet the Chapter
Monday, September 8, 7 p.m. posted in Union
Monday, Sept embed 5, Business Attire.
Speakers: 9/8 Andy Bruckner, Nike
9/15 Alice Dittman, Cornhusker Bank
Sign up at our booth in' CBA. For more information
calf Destiny 6 474-1757 or Jeremy 420-5066.
Do you think you may have an eating disorder? Are
you struggling with food issues? The Eating Disorders
Support Group offers support and guidance for people
coping with eating disorders. Meets Wednesdays,
5:30-7pm in room 338, Nebraska Union. Call Tricia at
the Women's Cerrtec 472-9428 for more info.
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Pizza pop and Your Pocketbook
Sponsored by the Nebraska Alumni Association and
As a student, your only worry may be scraping enough
change together to order a pizza. Nonetheless, now is
the time to plan for your future. Join the student
Alumni Association to learn how to avoid the financial
pitfalls that many students encounter. And hey, the
pizza is on us!
Thursday, September 11
Wick Alumni Center, 1520 “R” Street
Help us plan enough food. RSVP by calling 472-2841,
Student organizations, Greek chapters, and Residence
Hall floors be sure and send your representative to the
general meeting, Wednesday - September 10 at 4:00,
:ity Union. Attendance points will be given.
Royalty Applications are available at the following loca
tions: ASUN office, Culture Center, Office for Student
Involvement (city & east campus), Greek Affairs,
Multi-Cultural Affairs, Campus Recreation, RHA office,
University Program Council, Alumni Assoc., and the Vice
Chancellor for Student Affairs office. The application
must be returned by 5:00 p.m. on September 10
to the ASUN office at 115 Nebr. Union.
Free counseling services available for male and female
students. For more information, or to schedule an ap
pointment, call the Women’s Center at 472-2597.
Metaphysical Book, Crystals, Incense, Spirituali
ty/Healing Classes, Tarot Readers. Synchronicity, in
Plainsman Center. 48th and Huntington. 464-9163
Models for fashion, fitness, print and runway. For in
quiries, contact 477-3020.
Outdoor Adventure - Campus
Basic Rock Climbing, Sept. 12-14, 1997. Sign up
deadline Sept. 9.
Women’s Rock Climbing Sept 19-21,1997. Deadline
Sept. 13. For more information, call 472-4777.
Friday, Sept 12,8-12,
East Campus Union parking lot
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Sexual Assault Survivors
A safe and supportive environment Tor survivors of
sexual assault and people who know someone who
has been sexually assaulted. Meets Tuesdays, 2-3pm
in Nebraska Union, Room 338. Call the Women’s Center
at 472-2597 for more info,
Removed from the
UNL Student Directory?
The 1997-98 UNL Student Directory will be on campus
mid-October. Your name, campus address/phone and
home address/phone will automatically appear in the
directory. If you don’t want to appear in the directory,
you must restrict your directory information before Fri
day, September 12,1997. You can restrict directory
information by going to the Records Office, Service
Counter 107C, Canfield Administration Building. Please
have your student ID available. If you have previously
requested directory restriction on a Change of Address
Form, you do not need to take any further action.
Was labor day vacation not enough? Come
backbacking in Colorado with Outdoor Adventures.
Sign-up today at Campus Recreation or call 472-4777.
WATER POLO INFORMATIONAL MEETING:
September 10 at 6:00 at the Outdoor Adventure
Conference Room in the Rec. Center. Call Tim Daniel
Anyone interested in the Ag Econ/Agribusiness club is
invited to attend our fall picnic. Come to Peter Pan
Park at 5:30pm, September 9 for food and more infor
mation about the dub.
Meeting Tuesday at 6:00! Room posted in Union. Be
Society Club Meeting!
If you’re interested in weather, be there. Wednesday at
4:30 pm in 301 Avery,
Delta Sigma Pi, Professional Co-Ed Business Fraternity,
is recruiting new members. Business majors, come
to our Meet the Chapter
Monday, September 15, 7 p.m., posted in the Union
Speaker Alice Dittman, Comhusker Bank r
sign up at our booth in CBA. For more information
calf Destiny 9 474-1757 or Jeremy 420-5066.
Meets tonight, 207 OidfatherHall, 6:30 p.m. EVERYONE
Habitat for Humanity
Everyone welcome! Informational meeting. Cast Union
Horticulture Club Meeting
Tuesday, Sept 9, 5:00pm at East Union. Welcome our
Interested in wildlife? Like to fish? Attend the first
fall meeting UNL Wildlife Club 7:00pm, East Campus
Union, Wednesday, Sept. 10. All new members wel
Students In Free Enterprise
Informational Meeting, Tuesday, September 9 at 5:30
in C BA 206.
Society of Professional
First Meeting on Wednesday, Sept. 10, at 5:30 pm,
Avery Hall. Anyone interested in a career in journalism
is welcome! Free Pizza! Questions, call Melissa,
Teachers College Advisory Board members, our first
meeting of the year will be on Tuesday, Sept. 9th, from
7-8pm in Henzlik Hall Room 107.
The first meeting of the new school year will be on
Monday, September 8th, at 9pm in Manter Had. If una
ble to attend, call Lynn at 474-1696.
Undergraduate Women in
1st meeting Tuesday, Sept. 9, 5:30, Union (room
posted) Speaker: Gen Cotter, Career Services. NEW
MEMBERS WELCOME. Business attire. ?’s, call Melissa
at 436-9023. _
UNL FFA Alumni
Welcome Back Students! Anyone interested in sup
porting Agricultural Education and the FFA, please
come to first yearly meeting on September 9th, at 8
p.m„ in East Campus Union.
UNL Pre-Vet Club
The UNL Pre-Veterinary Club will hold the monthly
meeting at 7:00 pm on Tuesday, Sept. 9, in the East
Campus Union, room will be poked. All freshmen and
new members ate asked to arrive at 6:30 pm.
WOMEN’S SOCCER CLUB
Anyone interested in Womens' Soccer Club, come to a
meeting in Campus Rec TV Lounge, Tuesday, Septem
ber 9th at 7:30pm. Any Questions? Call Katie at
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Dames and Desperados
Friday, September 12,1997
Enjoy a swingin' good time with your
dazzling Dame or daring Desperado!
Applications now available for the 97-98 greek yearbook
staff. Pick your application up at the greek affairs office.
Deadline is Sept. 12 at 5pm. Questions
Delta Gamma: 1997 FaM, New Members:
Kristin Bauer, Jennifer Boring, Kristi Brown, Julie Cotton,
Katie Curry, Anne Dredla, Mary Engelhardt, Jody
Franzen, Melissa Freyer, Abby Hippen, Kate Hutchens,
Erin Inzerello, Kelley Kamopp, Sheila Knapp, Ryann
McFee, Shannon Miller, Kodi Nemunaitis, Amy
Nguyen, Daffnei O'Bryan, Angie Oxley, Heather Ras
mussen, Mindy Raymond, Heather Reno, Lisa
Schaneman, Anne Ullstrom, Joy Voeiker, Rachelle
Wameking, Jessica Weldon.
Where Life and Fun Connect. Where does God fit in?
All Greeks invited. Wednesday, 9/10 Alpha Xi Delta
House. 9:30 p.m.
Recycled sounds has moved
Now at 1211 *0’ Street. More room, more new cd’s,
thousands of new posters. 476-8240. Open past 9pm
Relief is in sight
September 12 at
Gold-rimmed glasses found near AOPi house 9/4.
Claim at the Dany Nebraskan.
• No more money left on
the money tree?
• Tired of asking the folks
for some cash? •
Return to donating and earn
up to $28 when you bring in
your student ID. Call or stop in
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1442 *0* Street
*2-5 month lapse (fee snbject to change)
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