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Looking for a part time job? Mary Manor School of
Childhood is now accepting applications at 340 North
48th, Monday ttirough Friday.
Morning teachers needed to work with our school age
program 6:30-9:30, must be available Monday
through Friday beginning next semester. Apply in person
^December 19. Krayon Campus Inc. 6001 Normal
National Research Corporation is accepting applica
tions for its prof essional interviewing staff.
ABSOLUTELY NO SELUNGR
Day and eveningheeekend positions available. If you
are interested in joining a growing organization and an
industry leader in providing the most actionable,
up-to-date market information to health care organiza
tions, please call us today!
NRC offerings include:
* NEW competitive hourly wage
‘Convenient downtown location
‘Casual/smoke free work environment
For more information or to schedule an interview,
please call our Data Collection job line at 475-4520.
Part Time Desk Clerks
* 6pm-7am, 1-2 nights/week.
* 1-2 weekday afternoons and weekend days
Must have math and people skills, night people will
have time to study.
Apply in person at Town House Motel, 1744 M Street.
48th and O
48th and Van Dom
56th and Highway 2
Now hiring part-time clerks/cashiers for various shifts.
Flexible work schedule and employee discounts. Apjjly
Part Time Child Care Assistant
for Spring Semester
Need enthusiastic and nuturing person to work with
children. 7:30-9:30 AM Monday-Friday, Flexible Days.
Call Trinity Infant Child Care Center 475-9731,
Part Time Receptionist
Rapidly expanding downtown firm seeks an evening
receptionist to handle multi-line phone, track attend
ance, and assist in other administrative duties during
the evening shift. Individual must be personable, or
ganized, and have great attention to detail. Fast paced
environment, competitive wage & convenient location.
Ideal for a college student. Call ITC at 434-2626 for an
appointment or send app/resume to 1033 “O” Street,
Suite 304 (Gold’s Galleria), Lincoln, NE 68508.
Part time sales rep. 5 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Mon - Thurs.
Need mature, hard working individual with pleasant
phone personality. 489-5779!
Part-time customer ServicdXticket agent Greyhound
Busline, 940 P, apply in person, Computer helpful.
Part-time receptionist from the hours of 10-1. Will work
around school schedule. Apply at K&M Land Survey,
540 West Industrial Lake Drive.
Needed for 7-10 Day Steel Mill Shutdown in Norfolk,
NE. Minimum 3 Years Experience and all Required
Hand Tools. Rate is $14 + $2/HR Per Diem. Working
12 Hour Shifts. Call Danna or Angie at
Parks and recreation has openings for leaders with be
fore and after school recreation for elementary children
beginning January 5,1998. Before school hours 7-9
am., Monday-Friday. ($5.50Xhour) After school hours
2:30-5:45pm. MOddayrFridav <$5.3Q/hour). Apply now
treet. second floor.
Exchange 18 hours per Wdek as front desk manager
for private living quarters. Available Dec. 1. The Rogers
House Bed & Breakfast Inn, 476-6961.
Nebraska Union now hiring part time custodians for
second semester. Evening and Weekend hours
available. $5.50 per hour. Apply to Bin Behmer, Nebraska
Union Main Office. Room 220.
Math proficiency required, honest and integrity a must.
Part time position apply in person, 1144 Comhusker
Temporary/Full time computer operator position
available to start in January and lasts until March. Duties
will include monitoring mainframe and communication
equipment, tape backups, daily batch processing, and
customer service. Minimum requirements
include 1 year mainframe experience. A full background
investigation will be conducted on eligible applicants.
Please send resumes to: Scientific Games International,
Attention Nancy Kimmen, 4700 Bair Ave.,
Lincoln, NE 68504. Or FAX resumes to 438-6567.
Scientific Games is an equal opportunity employer.
TO $500 TUITION
National Bank of Commerce is currently accepting Ap
Research Clerk-Account Sendees
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For more details call the First Commerce Job Hotline
Equal Opportunity Employer
UNL Family Housing is seeking a student office assistant
to work 20 hours per week during the academic
year and full time during the summer. This person
needs to be friendly, courteous and have PC experience
with MS Office Professional. Bookkeeping experience
helpful. Apply injserson to 1120/1121 Seaton
Half by Wednesday, December 10th.
VILLAGER MOTOR INN
Need fuH-time and part-time dishwashers, PM line
cooks, banquet/bed staff set up and serve. Responsible,
hard working individuals need only to apply. 5200
WANTED: BeD ringers for seasonal, outdoor positions.
Job starts Friday, November 28th and 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 Callup Chid Development Center has part
time positions available with infants, preschoolers, and
school age children. Substitutes needed also.
Calf our Interviewing Center today!
YMCA is looking for youth supervisors, officials, and
volunteer coaches. Please apply at the downtown
YMCA in the Youth Sports office, 1039 P St. M-F, 8-5.
Recruit and train women and persons of color for com
munity safety careers. 20 hours/week position. Bache
lor's degree or experience in fire fighting or law enforce
ment required. Job description available. Cover letter,
resume and YWCA application accepted until position
is filled at the YWCA, 1432 “N" Street. AA/EOE
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Occasionai babysitting rreed. Do yoii Ijke to play
frausei'drass «jp7> and jeadchildren's books,? then
what you need to do is babysit (or us! Our girls are 5
and 8, we are looking for occasional babysitters for
day, evening and weekend times. 84th and Old Cheney
area. Non-smokers only. Call Lori at 489-0137.
Part-time nanny needed for 3-year-old twins starting in
January Monday, Wednesday or Tuesday, Thursday,
7:15 a.m.-4 p.m. or 7:15 a.m.-1 p.m. Call 421-8278.
Work Study Student wanted to work in the office of the
Afrikan Peoples Union. Software experience in Word,
Access, Excel, and PageMaker helpful. Contact Alisa
AVERAGE EARNINGS $10,792
Responsible, motivated UNL students needed in Lin
coln, Omaha, and surrounding areas to run your own
business with College Pro Painters. No money or expe
rience necessary for the best resume building internship
available! Call 1-888-277-7962 today for more info.
Positions filling fast!
BE IN BUSINESS FOR YOUR
SELF, NOT BY YOURSELF!
I Convenient Location
Just 5 Blocks from Campus.
■ 1 ' V Walk to Campus
I * *5°°1 ^ Sundeck
Hk I • Fitness Facility
24-hour Laundry Facility
Paid Internships available immediately. Must have
Sophomore or Junior standing with Macintosh
Desktop Publishing experience. Responsibilities include
writing articles and editing articles for news
briefs. Call between 8 and 4:30pm and ask for Karl.
Aaahhh! Spring Break *98
Guaranteed Best prices to Cancun, Jamaica, Bahamas
& Florida. Group discounts & Daily Free drink parties!
sell trips, earn cash, & go free) 1-800-234-7007.
LOOKING FOR A JOB IN LAW ENFORCEMENT?
CONSIDER ARMY ROTC. START YOUR CAREER AS
A POLICE LIEUTENANT RATHER THAN A PATROL OF
FICER. CALL ARMY ROTC, 472-4269.
Absolutely NO finals may be given during Dead Week.
Finals can ONLY be moved to another time DURING
FINALS WEEK with the unanimous consent of the
class. Quizzes are acceptable. Stop by the ASUN
office, 115 Nebraska Union, with questions or com
ptaints or call 472-2581.
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 O, 486-0047
Congratulations to the following newly elected executive
officers: President- Molly Dawson, VP Fraternity
Relations: Mikala Davis, CRSB- Libby Schubach, VP
Finance- Raenette Hynes, VP Education- Jamie Cariey,
VP Intellectual Development- Cheryl Mueller, Commu
nications Chair- Mellisa Ramplin, Membership Devel
opment- Mellissa Haoefs, Panhellenic Delegate- Allison
Elliot, Rush Chair- Amy Ellis, Social Chair- Courtney Ellis,
Philanthropy Chair- Leesa Bahr, House Manager- Linsi
Peterson. Way to go guys and good luck!
-Love, your sisters
Thanks for the Flashback tot he 80’s. Let’s do it again!
-The Men of B 0 n
Greek Week Committee Chair Applications are
available in the Greek Affairs Office in the Union. They
are due on Friday, December 19 at 4:00pm. These po
sitions are a great way to become an intrical part of
Greek Week ‘98!
IFC Public Relations Chairman and IFC Overall Rush
Chairman Applications are available in the Greek Affairs
office in the Union. They are due on Friday, December 5
at 5:00pm. These positions are a great way
to get involved with the Interfratemity Council.
We like the way that you turned us on Monday night. It
inspired us to keep our tongues moving for two hours.
Let's do it again real soon.
Three Men and a German
A belated thanks for a screamin’ time.
-The men of B©n
To our associate members:
We hope you had a great I-week! Get psyched, activa
tion is just around the corner)
Love, the actives
Congratulations to our newly elected officers:
President - Ryan Shanahan
Vice President - Chad Reisner
Alumni Secretary - Joe Mitchell
Secretary - Andy Logue
Scholarship - Scott Bradley
Rush Chairs - Chris Sparks/Tucker Omel
Pledge Ed. - Jaret Henderson/Joel Mueting
House Manager - Ryan Rieker
Social Chairs - Ryan Holly/Oliver Stanley
Social Acct. - Phil St. Clair
Warden - Ryan McGuire
Public Relations - Tucker Omel
Thanks for the fun time at Woodchoppers. It was a
great way to top off the semester.
-Love, the Alpha Chi’s
Congratulation to our new house officers:
President: Chris Sundquist
Treasurer: Brian Bangs (again)
Chaplin: Scott Coleman
Sergeant of Arms: Matt Lenhert
Messenger. Jim Sands > :
Nutritionist: Greg Loftis
Masseuse: Hal Thomsen
Men's, Women's, and Co-Rec Bowling will take place
on Friday, December 5, Saturday, December 6, and
Sunday, December 7 at the East Campus Union Bowling
Lanes. No advance entry is required. Call 472-3467
for more information.
NEED CHRISTMAS CASH?
We’re looking for good, used band horns. Dig that old
horn out of your closet and bring it to STAR MUSIC,
5612 South 48th, 423-6633.
Applications are now available for membership into the
Chancellor’s senior honorary, the Innocents Society.
Juniors are selected based on outstanding leadership,
service and academics. Pick up applications at the
Culture Center, Offices for Student Involvement on City
and East Campuses of 106 Administration. Due on
January 21 by 4 p.m. '
Officer elections and general meeting Sunday, Decem
ber 7 at 8:00pm. All new and old members encouraged
to attend. Run for office or support the best candidates.
Old “Taco Inn” building: 13th and “R” Streets.
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Organizational meeting ror Non-traditional Student
Group: Meeting- Monday Dec. 8,1997- 5:15-6:15pm.
The Publications Board will meet at 3:30 p.m., Monday
in the Nebraska Union to discuss Daily Nebraskan poli
cies. All are invited to attend.
UNL Pre-Vet Club
The UNL Pre-Vet Club will b6 holding the monthly De
cember meeting on Tuesday Dec. 9th at 7pm in the
East Campus Union, room to be posted. First year
members are asked to arrive at 6:30pm. The Raptor
Rehabilitation Center will be speaking.
Congratulations to the following Alpha Chi's for receiv
ing tne following awards:
Stephanie D. Fanning Scholarship
Sister of the Year
_We are proud of you! -Love, your sisters
TIRED OF THE NOISE? I
a v a r t m e n t s
HOME TO THE QUIET
1 Vine St. 1 1
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N Park ^
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464-9623 6531 VINE ST.
Congratulations to John Rice for being elected as the
The brothers of PKP
The men of Phi Kappa Psi would like to wish Hal
Thomsen and Tom Deignani (Dego) good luck in this
week's CAPS Tournament. This is your guys’ year! It
just may get ugly.
Congratulations to the following r<t>B‘s who were se
lected to the Emerging Leader class: Katie Farvar,
Wendy Koch, Annie Leishman, Natalya Shannon, Kallie
Blanhom, Micaeta Brandt Brenda Chrastil, and Jessica
Congratulations to Jenny Real and Lyndon McKeever
on their engagement (sorry so late).
-Love your sisters
Congratulations to our newly elected officers: PreekJent
Sara Greer, 1 st VP- Karen Boswell, 2nd VP- Karen
Faulkner, Secretary- Amy Olsan, Treasurer- Amie
Schleicher. Rush Chair - Coreen Dendinqer. Good luck!
Congratulations to the following new officers: Social
Treasurer- Ryan Hahn, Alumni Relations- Dominic
Pachota, Meathead Relations- Andrew Winkler, Schol
arship and Computer Chair- Aaron Brockmeier, Song
Chair- Matt Bender, Campus Involvement- Scott Hen
derson, Pop & Laundry Chair- Ryan Haith, Philanthropy
Chair- Brian Gabb, Corresponding Secretary
Hotrod Tover, Intramural Chair- Benny McCown.
Saturday December Gth
Sexual Orientation Subcommittee
Senate- Div. of Continuing Studies
Deadline for all positions
Tuesday- Dec. 9
Applications available at
_115 Nebraska Union_
To the Sweatshop!
Shag on people. Congratulations Jay Palu on being
elected AlAS president.
Gold rimmed prescription glasses: Found by Admin.
Building, week of November 24th. Contact DN.
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