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Quick Connect is looking for a representative for a
software training video. Must be photogenic and good
in front of a camera. Other positions available also. If
interested, please call 434-9494, ask for Kris.
Parks and recreation has openings far leaders with be
fore and after school recreation for elementary children
beginning January 5,1998. Before school hours 7-9
a.m., Monday-Friday. ($5.50/hour) After school Hours
2:30-5:45pm or 3:15-5:45pm Monday-Friday
($5.30/houi). Apply now at playground office. 1225 “Fs
Street. Second floor. 441-7952 EOE/AA.
«vkies for*Campjn programs. Must be ooHege age
and have background* science/education. Experience
Dij^ctor ^4^2^694-^32^ / Salary includes
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Semester. Excellent organizational ancf communica^
tions sMHs required. Computer experience required
(Web Page Design Helpful). Flexible scheduling.
Please see Sharon Walin in the Office of the Vice
Chancellor for Research (302 Canfield Administration
Buiding) for an application. Deadline: November 25th,
Wholesale distributor- several positions open. Miscel
laneous duties. No experience required. Our warehouse
is clean, warm and well lighted. We can posaibly
work around your class schedule. SS/hour. We have
helped mote students through school than almost any
body. Perhaps we can heto you too.
Nebraska Book Co. Inc.
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National Bank of Commerce is currently accepting Ap
Part Time Sorter-FCT
For more details call the First Commerce Job Hotline
_ Equal Opportunity Employer
WANTED: Bell ringers for seasonal, outdoor positions.
Job starts Friday, November 28th end ends Christmas
Eve. Apply in person at 2625 Potter Street-during office
hours. 8:00-4:30, Monday-Friday. Hiring is done
upon application. Serious applicants only.
Work With Children
'Do you think it’s fun to work with Children?
'Do you quickly build friendly, supportive relationships
with children and parents?
'Do you like to plan activities?
'Are you available afternoons 3:00-6:00?
If so, the Gallup ChHd Development Center has part
time positions available With infants, preschoolers, and
school age children. Substitutes needed also.
Call our Interviewing Center today!
IntermWp Opportune '
‘98. Call 483t7871 and ask for Kelli to schedule an ap
Unbelievable Low Prices
Diamonds, Engagement Rings,
Gold Chains and Bracelets.
Shop die Rest
Como to tbc Best
31110 Si 474-S044
Aaahhh! Spring Break *98
Guaranteed Beat prices to Cancun, Jamaica, Bahamas
& Florida. Group discounts & Daily Free drink parties!
sell trips, earn cash, & go free! 1 -'800-234-7007.
A RELAXATION OPPORTUNITY
Join others and relax for 35 minutes each Tuesday
12:10-12:45. Just drop in-Room 43 lower level
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university neaitn uenter.
"A great *my to gmt through ttm day!"
Attention CBA Students
Would you like the chance to get personal experience
from a local business leader? If so, do not forget to
apply for the CBA Shadowing Program sponsored by
C8ASAB. Applications can be found outside CBA 138
and are due November 24th. Do not miss this incredible
Dr. David Stahl of Northwestern University, Dept of
Civil Engineering, Environmental Health Engineering
‘Bioremediation: How Do Microbial Communities Ac
quire a Taste for Pollutants?” November 19, 4:00 p.m.,
Hansen Auditorium, E103 Beadle Center. For more in
formation, call 2-2635.
DISC GO ROUND
WE PAY CASH FOR YOUR CDs
Used CD's, $5.9947.99 New CDs$12.99
Movies,T-shirts, posters,hacky sacks,
and CD towers.
DISC GO ROUND
50th and 0,486-0047
Do you think you m$r 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 every Wednesday,
5:30-7pm in room 338, Nebraska Union. CaH Tricia at
the Women's Center, 472-9428 for more info.
Haircuts for Habitat
Wednesday, November 19th from 9 to 5 in the
Neihardt Sunroom. Cost only $5 and it’s for a good
The last day to enter the Men’s and Women’s
Pre-Season Basketball Tournament is Tuesday, No
vember 18. Don’t Delay) Enteryour team now at the
Office of Campus Recreation. Call 472-3467 for more
The Honors Program will sponsor a presentation by
Lieutenant Governor Kim Robak on November 18th at
7pm in the Wick Alumni Center. All students, faculty,
and staff are invited.
Congratulations to Vernon Miller on your selection to
Student Foundations. We’re happy for you!
Applications for new member orientation and new
member selection are due Thursday, November 20th
at 5:00pm to Shelly. Late applications cannot be con
sidered because committee chairs wilt be selected
Come to a meeting Thurs. 5:30 at HE 121 to see what
opportunities are available to you through SORMA.
STAND AND DELIVER
Join the Involvement team end expand your public
speaking, organizational, and group facilitation skills.
To apply, pick up an application at 200 Nebraska Union
or 300 East Union. Application deadline is Tuesday,
December 2. Questions? Please call Drew at
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You cmt afford to miss the opportunities offered by
UNUs CBA Exchange Program in Japan next fall. You
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international resume; make Rfeiong friends from-Japan,
Ireland, England, Australia, and around the United
States; and have the opportunity to travel to Mt. Fuji,
Hiroshima, Kyoto, ana even Korea, Hong Kong; and
Hawaii! Come find out more about the exciting semester
that awaits you In Japan at one of the following in
Monday, November 17 2:30pm in CBA 138
Tuesday, November 18 9-11am inCBAAtrkxn
Wednesday; November 19 5:00pm in CBA 138
Or contact Erica League, CBA 138; 472-8805; or
AVERAGE EARNINGS $10,792
Responsible,'motivated UNL students needed in Lin
coln, Omaha, and surrounding areas to run your own
business with College Pro Pamtera. No money or ex
perience necessary for the best resume building in
ternship available! CN11-888-277-7962 today for more
into, positions ninna tasti
BE IN BUSINESS FOR YOUR
SELF, NOT BY YOURSELF!
The offIclal 1997-98 Student Directory Is now
avaRable. Directories have bean dedvarsd to residence
halls, Greek houses, and UNL departments. Students
living off campus may pick up their copy at the ASUN
Office, Room-115, City Union, or at the Information
Desks at alt campus bookstores. A UNL ID wM be re
7:00, Tuesday November 18th. Room 103 Burnett.
Come meet special guest Governor Ben Nelson.
New members welcome.
Zeta Beta Tau
Start your own fraternity. Zeta Beta Tau is looking for
men to start a new chapter. If interested, call Joe Alfidi
at 317-334-1898, ore-maH atjoeC2btnational.org
Meeting TONIGHT at 6:00 at 1245 “R" street OFFICER
NOMINATIONS— be there!
Are Homosexuality and Christi
Come join Allies tonight at 9:o0pm in the Union, room
to be posted to discuss it _
Campus Red Cross
Meeting Wednesday, November 19th at 5pm in the
basement of the Health Center. All are invited to attend.
Please bring money for T-shirts if interested.
"Your Voice, Thmygh Ours'
General meeting- Wednesday, November 19th at
6:00pm in CBA25. Free pop and don’t forget the Spring
Break Trip Give Away (J/k).__
Tuesday night. 8:00pm. Room will be posted in Union.
Confidential Gay Men’s
Wednesdays. 6pm to 730 pm
For mors information call Or: Diaz-Perdomo at Coun
seling and Psychological Services, 472-7450 (e-mail
ldiaz-perdomoQccmail.uni.edu) or Rev. Phil Owen at
476-0355 (email: ophiHpQunomaha.edu).
First Students For
7pm City Union TONIGHT, room will be posted. Ail are
welcome, help children who are impacted by HIV/
Horticulture Club Meetina
5:00pm, Tuesday November 18 at Keim 327. Don’t fail
to come. More FREE pizza!
Come learn about Affirmative action. NOW general
meeting. 7pm YWCA. November 19th.
PARKING ADVISORY COMMITTEE
The Parking Advisory Committee will meet Tuesday,
November 18,1997 at 3:00p.m. in Administration
Building Room 316. __
PHI BETA LAMBDA
Meeting Tuesday, November 18
6:30pm at the Union.
Please wear business attire,
last regular meeting of the semester
_ Come for feathers and fanl _
Pi Sigma Alpha
Political Science Honor Society. Meeting Tuesday,
430, Oidfather 516, New Members Welcome.
PRE-LAW CLUB MEETING
Wednesday, November 19th at 630 pm in the Urton.
Student Education Association
Meeting on Tuesday. November 18th at 5:30pm In
Henzlik 53. Please bring nonperishable foods for a
food drive for the Malone Center, also bring a board
gene and for a Hhbwo to oo dong with it.
Student Nurses Association
Meeting tonight In Benton basement at 6pm. Come
learn about the new curriculum. AN nursing and pra
nursing students welcome.
Undergraduate Women in
Meeting: Tuesday, November 18th, City Union, 5:30.
Room Posted. Speaker TBA. Business Attire. Ques
tions? CaN MsNsaa 436-9023.
Tuesday Nov. 18th. Regular business meeting with
speaker at 8pm In the East Campus Union.
There wiH be a meeting on Tuesday, November 18 at
6:00pm in the Campus Rec Conference Room. New
and current members are encouraged to come. If you
have questions, caN 477-4735._
Congratulations to Amy Heacock and Leah Musselman
for accepting jobs in the Accounting Field:
Amy Heacock with Grant Thorton, and Leah Musselman
with Arthur Andersen. We are so proud of
Love vour Alpha Phi Sisters.
Thanks for letting us rloe along to Missouri. Despite ail
the minor set backs, we finally made it in just 13 hours.
)fou guys are the greatest.
Love the Women of Delta Gamma
Congratulations to Kate Hutchens and Michele Stewart
on being selected for being selected to Student
Foundation. We are so proud of you.
•|_ Love, your Sisters
Thanks for the great dinner exchange last Monday.
We’ll eat with you guys anytime.
Love. The women of Delta Gamma
Greek - Men’s Bible Study
Tuesday, 9:00 p.m„ City Union.
Room Posted Under Delta Tau Delta.
Greeks + Oprah = Success
Help Chi Omega raise our goal of $5000 for C—
Thanks to the ladies ofKappa for a great FAC. We'll
knock pins down with you anytime!
- TljlMen o>.Alpha Gamma Rho
Recycled sounds has moved
Now at 1 el 1 “O* Street. More room, more new cd’s,
thousands of new posters. 476-8240. Open past 9pm
Congrats to the A Football team for winning the alP^St
Greek division. -_ y. Hy men of SAE>-.y
Congratulations to our flag football team for winning
the C league championship.
Student Impact Team
Room to be posted
to claim. Call 472-3611, ask for Art.
FOUND: a pair of pliers with leather belt case near
parkir^lot by Forestry Building on East Campus. Call
FOUND: Gold ring near Student Union. CalH 472-1734,
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