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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 4, 1997)
Kitchen PoeWone open at Lazio's Brewery £ Grit! Vie
offer a Job with pride and have a reputation as one of
the most successful restaurants in town. You will
'Employee Meal Discounts
'Great Company Parties
and a brewery dose by!
Apply in person Monday, Tuesday, or Thursday
2:30pm-4:00pm. Lazio’s Brewery & Gr«l 710 *P* Street
The Country Club of Lincoln b looting for dependable
kitchen staff members. We offer a greet work environ
ment, flexible hours, a very competitive wage/benefit
program, and a chance to grow with our dub. Apply at
3200 South 24th Street
Now accepting applications for AM, PM servers. Fun
work environment. 50% meal discount Apply in per
son, 321 North Cotner.
LEARN & SERVE
Tabitha Health Care Services
Work with Tabitha's Junior Volunteer Program in coop
eration with UNLS Educational Talent Soerch Program
& Letter Middle School!
Community-based grant position runs Nov 1,1997
Oct1,1998. Volunteer position with a monthly stipend.
Will require afternoon hours anywhere from 10-14
hours per week. Human Services background preferred.
Experience working with youth and/or volunteers a real
This b a perfect opportunity for a student making
Apply: Tabitha Health Cwe Services
4720 Randotoh Street
Lincoln, NE 68510
LIKE TO TALK?
GET RAID FOR TALKING!
EAI Marketing Services is now
hiring for Ful A Part-time DayfOraning
*$125 Hiring Bonus!
•Earn $8 .Otyhr guaranteed!
•Earn up to $12/hr w/bonuses!
Lone Star Steakhouse
Are you fun, outgoing and hardworking? We are looking
for you in Al poaMons. am and pm Imnnce. Flexi
ble hours. Half price meals. Coma to 200 N 70th Street
to apply . __.___I
‘The race fan outfitter' has a part-time positions
available. No nights or weekends. Apply in person on
Monday, Wednesday, or Friday at East rare Plaza, 220
N 66th Street.~ ;
P.T. Student Position In small town bank atmosphere.
Duties will include all teller functions, backup respon
>ilities in bookkeeping area and small maintenance
Diects. Contact Lancaster County Bank, Waverty
t time position available working in Dental Lab, M-F
5:30am-7:30am. Apply in person at 125 S 9th.
Part Time/Possibly Full Time
Alterations Position Available at J. Bragg's. Will Train.
Contact Connie at 467-2302.
Part-Time Help Wanted
Miller Seed Company
1600 Comhusker Hwy
Apply in person
Perkins Farly Restaurant now hiring evening and lala
night cooks and servers. Pleoeo apply at fraridna by
Peridna Restaurants is now accepting appScations for
servers, hosts, and cooks. Openings on most shifts.
Apply today at 48ih& "O' location.
Phone volunteers needed days and weekends. Excel
lent experience for human services/psychology
majors. Lincoln Personal Crisis service, wtl hold a one
day volunteer training aoaaion, Saturday November 8th
9-4:30pm at Community Mental Health Center near
17th and South. Register by calling 475-5171 or
489-3275 and leave your name and number.
Exchange 18 hours per week as front desk manager
for private Ivvig quarters. Available Nov. 12. The Rogers
House BedA Breakfast km. 476-8961.
Nebraska Union 2-5PM or 230-5PM, Monday through
Friday. Also evening. $5.50 per hour. Contact Bill
Behmer at Nebraska Union main office. Room 220
TO $600 TUITION
National Bank of Commerce is cunantly accepting Ap
Part Time Encoder- Rem Proc eeehia
For more detail call the First Commerce Job Hotline
at 434-4700. _
Equal Opportunky Employer
Wagnart Food Pride has opening tor pi time checkers
and Stockers. Flexible hours. Apply in person at
WANTED: Bel ringers for seasonal, outdoor postoons.
jod sons rnaay, Novernoer zom ana enas unnstmas
Eve. Apply in parson at 2825 Potter Street during office
hours. 8:00-4:30, Monday-Friday. Hiring is done
upon appBralinn. Serious appicants only.
the perfect part-time Job was
only a phone cal away?
Pick up the phone and you’!
yma out Nanonai nosoarcn
Corporation has a lot to offer.
NRC is accepting apptcations for its professional in
terviewing ovorangSveekand staff. ABSOLUTELY NO
SELLING! Day and ovoning/wocfcend positions
available. fryou are Mareatad in joining i industry
loodor in providfog the moat actionable, up-to-date
market information to health care organizations, please
cal us today!
NRC offerings include:
Paid parking taitti convenient downtown location
Casual/jmoko boo work environment
Competitors hourly wage
For mote information or to schedule an interview,
ploaao cal our Data Colection job Ine at 475-4520.
Cooking live in nanny for 2 boys, ages 4 and 12. Must
be energetic, nonsmoker, w/ car. Competitive salary,
paid vacation. References, resume requaed. 489-4640,
Donate Plasma at NABI:
•Are you a new plasma donor?
•Has it been 6 months since your last donation?
•If so, you can earn $70 CASHf in 2 donation!
For an appointment call 474-2335
^ 300 South 17th Street
Aaahhh! Spring Break *98
Guaranteed Beet prices to Cancun, Jamaica, Bahamas
& Florida. Group discounts & Daily Free drink parties!
sell trips, earn cash, & go free! 1-800-234-7007.
18TH ANNUAL HOLIDAY ARTS AND CRAFTS SHOW.
EAST CAMPUS STUDENT UNION. WEDNESDAY NO
VEMBER 5,10AM-7PM AND THURSDAY NOVEMBER
A RELAXATION OPPORTUNITY
Join others and relax for 35 minutes each Tuesday
12:10-12:45. Just drop in-Room 43 lower level
University Health Center.
"A greet war to get through the day!*___
If you are interested in running in me Spring ASUN
elections sign the list in the ASUN office, 115 Nebraska
Union. Groups that are forming will be checking it to
fill their slates.
ATTENTION DENTAL, LAW,
You are invited to P.O. Pears Friday, Nov. 7th at 9
pm lor a party In honor of YOU! Look tor Wars in
jrour specific buddkigs or caH 476-6661 for more
A representative from UNL College of Law will be at A
& S Advising, 107 Oldfather, Thursday,.Nov. 6,1-4
pjn.. Cal 472-4190 for appointment.
Dr. David Johnson of Oregon Health Sciences
University, Deot of Molecular Microbiology‘Evasion of
Host Immune Responses by Herpesviruses* November
5,4:00 pjn., Hansen Auditorium, E103 Beadle Center.
For more information, cal 2-2635.
Chalice of Change
Menstrual Attitudes-From PMS
presented by Nancy J. QofT
In this discussion we win look at the importance of our
cycles to our physical, emotional and spiritual well-be
ing, and ways to honor and appreciate wing in a female
Friday, Nov 7., 12-1:30pm
The VBMMttfe Center, 340 NE Union
for more info call 472-2597
Coretta Scott King
Afraid you have missed your'chance to see Coretta
Soott lOng speak? DON’T BE!
Thura^ Nov. 6 - 8r00 pjn.
A live broadcast of the Coretta Scott King presentation
will be shown in the Nebr. Union, 226 Centennial....
then, on Tuesday, Nov. 11 at 7:00p.m. there will be an
OPEN FORUM on Diversity at the Culture Center as a
folow-up to Coretta Scott King’s presentation.
Co-sponsored by ASUN and APU. Questions????
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
Don’t get bugged by
Flu shots ($8) and Wellness Profiles ($10) today for
students, faculty, staff and general public
(must fast 12 hours prior to profile)
Nebraska Union, City Campus
Do you think you may have an eating disorder? Are
you struggling with food issues? The bating Disorders
Support Group offers support and guidance for people
coping with eating disorders. Meets every Wednesday,
5:30-7pm in room 338, Nebraska Union. Call Tricia at
the Women's Center, 472-9428 for more info.
i Make Your Voiee Heard
Come to an Open Forum for the University Program
Council and let them know what programs you want to
see next semester
Wednesday November 8,7-8 p.m. in City Union
Thursday, November 13,7-8 pjn. in East Union
Can 472-8146 for more information.
Scholarships Now Available
Student Foundation scholarships recognize a UNL
student for his or her academic excellence, leadership,
and high integrity. Three scholarships are awarded and
are $300 each. Applications available at Student In
volvement 200 City Union and 300 East Union.
Student Impact Meeting
7:00 p.m.-City Union
Room to be posted
Panel Discussion, Tuesday 6:00 p.m. at Val’s on 33rd
& Holdrege, Business attire. Please RSVP to either Me
lissa, 436-9023 or Jennifer, 435-3768.
Representative wiH be at Arts & Sciences Advising, 107
OldH, Wednesday, Nov. 5,10-2 p.m. Call 472-4190 for
Allies Against Heterosexism
Meeting tonight at 9:30pm in the Union. Room posted.
Meeting TONIGHT at 6:00 at 1245 *R’ Street. See you
Campus Red Cross
Meeting Wednesday, November 5th at 5pm in the
basement of the Health Center. All are invited to attend.
General meeting Wednesday, Nov. 5 at 6:00 p.m. in
Room 25 CBA. Execs start at 5:00 and new members
be there at 5:15. Bring your money tor the shirts.
Confidential Gay Men's
Wednesdays 6pm to 7:30 pm
For more information call Dr. Diaz-Pardomo at Coun
seling and Psychological Services, 472-7450 (e-mail
ldiaz-perdomoOccmaii.unl.edu) or Rev. Phil Owen at
476-0355 (email: ophapOunomaha.edu).
Tuesday, November 4, 7pm, 1105fieihardt. Guest
speaker is LPD polygraph examiner. Bob Kiamoto.
Everyone welcome. _
Tonight* meeting 6
tor Nov. 11 at 9flG pm.
See you next Tuesday
Help fight world hunger! Come to our next meeting.
OXFAM-UNL 7:30 p.m., Wednesday, City Union.
Meeting 7:30pm Wednesday, City Union
Speaker Tim Callahan, from Ameritas
Special Topics: upcoming scholarships, seminars and
__ club Business .
Join UNL's newest sport. Intercollegiate horse show
association team. No horse show experience neces
sary. Our first meeting will be tonight. 7pm, East
Campus Union hollow. Questions, 465-8950 or
Our next meeting is Tuesday, November 4th at 7:30pm
at 124$,*R" Street. This is am informational meeting
about the MCAT PREPARATION CLASS on November
7,8 and 9. Bring your $25 deposit
There will be a meeting on Tuesday, November 4th at
7pm in the basement of the Dental College. We will be
doing hands on demonstrations. Please attend.
5:30 In the Ballroom City Union. 5:15 committee
Nov 4 8pm in East Campus Union for regular business
UNL Horticulture Club
Don't forgetl! We have a meeting 5:00pm on Tuesday,
November 4tti at Keim 327.
Even though you guys were late picking us up, it was
worth the wait! Thanks for all the fun before the Okla
The ladies of Kappa Delta
A big congratulations to our new initiates: A Armitage,
A. Banion, A. Buell, L. Echtencamp, K. Fletcher, M.
Gonnion, C. Hamilton, A. Hassenbrook, J. Hill, M.
Holtmeler; B. Hyde, A Jansen, K, Keller, R. Kenner, J.
Kobus, A Koch, M. Leeper, K. Meddem, K. McGowan,
A. Mulligan, K. Nathan, J. Rajewrch, D. Rich, S.
Schroeder, S. Schultz, T. Skavdahl, K. Vanwinkle, and
E. Walker. -We are so proud to call you all our sisters.
4> M X, Your sisters -* -r ^ ;
Thank you to the ladies of A SA for the great time
“reverse triok or treating” on Friday. Also thanks to all
the greek houses wno participated by giving u
scanned food to take to the needy.
The Men of X 9
Farmhouse + T<b B
Congrats to T O B for being our Idol 111 -The men of
OK>F & Triangle
A belated thanks for all the good times during Home
coming Week! It was a blast!
The ladies of Kappa Deita
Better late than never-a big thank-you for the
pre-game festivities before the Homecoming game.
The rood was good, the company even better & the
name tags provided for some greet entertainment!
The ladies of Kaooa Delta
GRAY AREAS. Where does God Fit? AXQ house,
Wednesday. 10pm. Nov. 5th.
Congratulations to our new Golden Key Members: Julie
Williams, Amber Oshes, Laurie Jacobs and Bridget
Hoffart. -Love vour sisters
Thank God for the First Amendment!
Nov. 6 at 8:00, Nov. 7 & 8 at 7:00 and 9:30 at the
Shrine Activities Building, 1717 Yotande Avenue. Tick
ets $3.00 in advance at Acacia, Kappa Delta, or the
City Union- or $5.00 at the door. All proceeds go to
the Shrine Bum Hospital.
Thanks for carving. It was a blast.
tova. the new woman of KKG
Thanks so much for shoveling our sidewalks (and cars)
last week. You're the greatest! -Love, the women of
Thanks for opening your house to us. We truly appre
ciate all of your ho^itaWy.
_The Byrne TVrlns and Tnicha
Deadline November 17th - 4.-00 p.m.
AppUrwWffl Avtllrtilo nt 1 Vi llebrasks Union
Roses ate Red
Violets are Blue
Where was my cake this week-end?
Now I might have to spank you!
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