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Parks and RecreationJias openings for leaders with af
terschool recreation for elementary children. Hours:
3:15-5:45 p.m., Monday-Friday ($5.30/hour). Apply
now at playground office, 1225 F Street, second floor.
441-7952. roE/AA --
MOS Harris, an International leader In the pharmaceuti
cal testing industry, is seeking a medical assistant.
Performs and oversees procedures necessary to
screen study participants during pre-study events to
ensure each participant meets the requirements of the
upcoming study. Phlebotomy experience required.
Education in a health-related field preferred. Must be
available to work early morning hours. Number of hours
will vary based on staffing needs. Wb offer a competitive
hourly rate. If interested, please apply at
Human Rusouvcus - J-SCS
621 Roes Street
Lincoln, NE 68502
Security needed Monday 3pm-11pm & Wed
2pm-10pm, can study while working. Call 476-6600
Store Management Trainees
There's more to success than standing on your own
two feet. Specialty athletic retailer seeks sales oriented
people for positions in Minneapolis and Omaha areas.
Salaries well above individual average with first year
managers earning average- $30,000. Send cover letter
and resume to:
Omaha. NE 68114
Telemarketer/ Office Assistant wanted. Experience
preferred, flexible hours, and internship available, ne
gotiable starting wage. 465-5888 ask for Greg or Scott
TO $600 TUITION
Mstteaal Bank of Csuom
A •ffinSi COMMSBCF. !x*k
National Bank of Commerce is currently accepting Ap
Teller-Bank South, (2) Main Bank, Superior
For more details call the First Commerce Job Hotline
Equal Opportunity Employer
WANTED: Student to teach German classes at ele
mentarv school. Call Joan Dietrich at 483-6025.
MDS Harris has an opening for a weekend custodian.
Hours are Sam - 4:30pm, Saturday and Sunday Duties
include floor care and restroom cleaning. Competitive
wages. Please apply at:
! 621 Rose Sheet
Lincoln, NE 68502
Wendys 14th & “Q”
Now hiring. Quality minded people for lunch and eve
ning shifts. Flexible hours, vacation, and meal dis
counts. Apply in person.
1998 SUMMER CAMP JOBS IN
Camp Buckskin has positions available to work with
youth who have academic and social skill difficulties
(ADHD, ADD, LD). Salary plus room and board. A
unique program with possibility of earning school
credit. Camp is located near Ely and the BWCAW.
Contact Jim Edmonds (612) 930-3544, email: buck
Cheley Colorado Camp* in the Rocky Mountains
near Estes Park, Colorado, is hiring caring and enthu
siastic individuals as Unit Directors, Cooks, Kitchen
Assistants, Drivers, Office Personnel, RNs, Wranglers,
and Counselors with skills in horseback riding, mountain
biking, climbing wail, challenge-course, camping ,
sports, crafts, song-leading, archery, or riflery.
Room/board, salary, travel allowance. Must be at
least a Sophomore and able to work June 8-August
11,1998. On-campus interview. For information,
please contact Cheley Colorado Camps,
1-800-226-7386; e-mail, officeOcheley.com; or visit
our Web Site, www.cheley.com.
COLORADO SUMMER JOBS: RAFTING! RAPPEL
LING! In the Rockies near Vail, ANDERSON CAMPS
seeks caring, enthusiastic, dedicated patient individuals
who enjoy Working with children in an outdoor setting.
Counselors, Cooks, Wranglers, Maintenance and
Nurses. Interviews on January 26th. Stop by Career
Planning and Placement Office to get an application
and sign up for an interview. Questions? Call us at
Summer job? Horse Internship? Spend this summer
on a horse in the Colorado Rockies. R/B, salary, tips.
Top rated ranch. Work with the largest saddle horse
stnng in the world. In operation for three generations.
Reply to Sombrero Ranch, 3300 Airport Rd., Boulder,
CO 80301-5400, or “infoOsombrero.com." On campus
interviews March 2. E-mail us or call
303-442-0258 to schedule.
Editor In Chief
The 1998-99 editor in chief formulates editorial
policy, determines guidelines for the daily operation
of the newsroom, hires the senior editorial staff,
helps determine the content of the editorial page and
prepares the editorial salary budget. Applicants
must have one year of newspaper experience,
preferably at the Daily Nebraskan, and submit clips
when applying. The position begins August 1, 1998
and lasts until May 7,1999.
The position pays $1025/
month (except December and
May) and reports to the UNL
Publications Board. The editor
must be enrolled at least six
credit hours during each of the
two 1998-99 semesters and
maintain a minimum 2.0
Applications are available at
tiie Daily Nebraskan office,
basement of the Nebraska
Union, and must be returned
by 3 p.m., Jan. 28,1998
AVERAGE EARNINGS $10,792
Responsible, motivated UNL students needed in Lin
coln, Omaha, and surrounding area&to am 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!
For Spring *98
Paid business internship with Fortune 500 company
nationally recognized as one of the top ten opportuni
ties. Interviewing now for positions open in January
‘98. Call 483-7871 and ask for Kelli or Sarah to schedule
UNL’s Student Employment &
345 NE Union - 472-1452
_Your Internship Headquarters!_
Great income opportunity for Japanese students. Call
435-5405 for more information.
•"Spring Break *96 Get Going!! Cancun, Jamaica,
Bahamas, and Florida. Group Discounts & Free Drink
Parties! Sell 5 & go free) Book Now!!!
"•Spring Break Trip ‘98 Get Going!!! PanamaCity
beachfront hotels from $129! 7 nights beachfront Daily
free drink parties, and Free cover at best bars!
Spring Break Mazatlan:
Don't miss out on the HOTTEST destination in Mexico.
Airfare, 7 nights hotel, transfers, FREE drinks, 15
FREE meals, parties. For
Puzzled About Life? Do you deserve something new,
different, exciting? Take a chance, challenge yourself.
466-3025, MARINES._' , .
Classes Forming Now
Call 472-7478 for more information. Classes start
February 2nd. Sponsored by the University Health
SUE TIDBALL AWARD
Nominations sought for UNL students, faculty or
staff who go beyond role or expectations to
make the campus more humane, creative, just
for Information Flyers
and Nominations Forms
Accepting Our Bodies
Accepting Our Selves
Feeling unhappy with the way you look? Register to
attend a workshop to improve how you think end feel
about your body. Thursdays 3:00 - 4:30 Feb. 5 - Mar.
19. To register call Sue at CAPS 472-7450.
Attention CLC and CLC Alumni
Do you miss CLC? Would you enjoy giving back what
you gained? The CLC Advisory Board Application is
out. Pick one up at the Student Involvement Office.
The applications are due February 9th. ??'s call Stacey
Fast and legal credit repair is now available, 100%
guaranteed. For info send large SASE + $1 postage
and handling to Credit Service at 5288 Pewa Court,
KetewMe. CA 95451 _
Are you reading the DN during dess- AGAIN???
Don’t spend another semester getting nothing but the
DN news out of your classes!!
Get an international education by studying at Senshu
University in Tokyo, Japan where you’* take Japanese
language, bussiess and culture classes. You'll also
have the opportunity to see ancient shrines in Kyoto,
the Peace Park in hwcehkna, the Great Buddah, and
Tokyo’s fabulous shopping and niahttfe districts.
Come find out more at the following
Tuesday, January 20 at fcOOam
Wednesday, January 21 at 1:30pm
AH sessions are in C8A 138
Breaking The Glass Ceiling
Interactive forum with women who have achieved suc
cess in traditional and nontraditional careers predomi
nately held by men.
weanesdoy, January osui, iwo
8-9 pm Networking
Cottonwood Room - UNL East Campus Union
Info: UNL Women’s Center 472-23%.
Are you tired of riding alone? Find someone to share
the ride. Stop in the Commuter and Student Services
Center. Room 116 Nebraska Union for more information.
DISC GO ROUND
WE PAY CASH FOR YOUR CDs
Used CD’s. $5.99-57.99 New CDe$12.99
M ovies,T-shirts, posters,hac icy sacks,
and CD towers.
DISC GO ROUND
50th and 0,486-0047
Earn $$ for
19-25 year old couples wilt be paid $16 for completing
confidential surveys about romantic and sexual behav
ior. Contact Professor RaffaaHI. 472-0737.
Eating Disorders Education
For students, friends or family concerned about medi
cal, nutritional, exercise and psychological aspects of
eating disorders. Tuesdays, Feb. 3-Mar. 3,3:30-4:45.
Register at University Health Center Business Office.
Students $25 Nonstudents $50
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 Thursdays, 6pm -
7pm in rpom 338, Nebraska Union. Call Tricia at the
Women's Center. 472-9428 for more info. *
Faculty Lecture Series
■Japanese Architecture ft the Concept of Nothing
ness” will be presented by Rumiko Handa professor of
architecture on Thursday, January 22nd from
4:00-5:00 at the UNL Culture Center. This is a free
event which everyone « welcome. Refreshments will
Get Involved with SAA1
The student Alumni Association is currently accepting
applications for membership. SAA is a student organi
zation that promotes involvement between students,
alumni and faculty for the betterment of the university.
Applications are due Monday, January 26 at 5 p.m. at
the Wick Alumni Center, 1520 R St. They are available
at the Wick Alumni Center, the Student Involvement
Offices in the Nebraska Union and the East Campus
Union, the Culture Center and the ASUN Office.
To learn more, plan to attend one of the following in
formation sessions: Wednesday, January 21,4 pm at
the Culture Center or 7 p.m. at the Abel Ballroom; or
Thursday, January 22,7 pm at the Wiok Alumni Center.
Call Kelly (476-7093), Michelle (476-6087) or Shelley
(472-4222) with questions. Check out our website
Graduate Student Women's Support Group
A supportive and confidential environment. Join us as
we share our experiences and discuss various issues
related to women. We meet every Thursday from
12:30-1:30 in the Culture Center’s Conference Room.
Call Tricia at the Women’s Center, 472-9428 for more
Free counseling services available. For more informa
tion, or to schedule an appointment, ca> the Women's
Center at 472-2597.
Lesbian, Bisexual and
Questioning C _>n
A safe place to meet, talk and laugh. First meeting,
Thursday, Jan 22, Rm 338 NE Union. 12:30 -1:30 pm.
More information, call the Women’s Center 472-2597.
Thursday, Jan. i
interested m rum
This is our first spring semester
Questions? Call Lindsey 474-17
Meeting Wednesday, January 21 v.
Campus Union. Questions? Call Heidi 474
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HACKY SACK CLUB
OUR FIRST MEETING WILL BE ON THURSDAY AT
7:30 IN THE COMBATIVE ARTS ROOM. ALL ARE
WELCOMED. THERON 465-8363.
Happy New Year everyone! We are having the first
meeting • 5:00pm on Wednesday, January 21st at
East Union. (The room will be posted). FREE PIZZA
will be provided. _
Intercollegiate Horse Show
Meeting tonight. East Campus Union Hollow, 8:15
pm. Last change for membership. 465-8950
Independent Student Association
Meeti~i4^O-5:30pm-Wednesday, January 21st, 1998
Room Posted on Union Board
Looking to get involved this se
Delta Sigma Pi
Co-ed business fraternity is sponsoring two meet the
chapter nights* for business majors interested in be
coming members on January 26 and February 2 at 7
p.m. in the City Union. 'Business attire. For more Wor
mation. call Mike at 475-0459.
Phi Beta Lambda
Meeting Thursday; January 22 at 6:30 p.m. in the Union.
Please wear bualneea attire. New members welcome.
Public Relations Club
The next meeting is WM. Jan. 21 at 6:30 pm. in Avery
Meeting Thursday at 5:30 at the Foundation, 1111 Lin
cotn Mali 4th Boor. Hope to see you there.
Elections mooting tonight. 5:30 pm in GBA 337.
Organizational meeting Tuesday, 1/Z7 at 6 p.m. at the
Downtown YMCA on 10th 8 P Sheets.
UNL Czech Komensky Cub
UNL Czech Langrauge chib, the Komensky Club, will
have a January pot-luck party and dance Thursday
evening, January 22,7 p.m. at the Culture Center, 14tn
8 R. Everyone is welcomed to attend. Some Central
European folk dances, Hungarian Czardas and
Ukranian or Russian dances win be introduced. Bring
your relatives, friends and good wil and see you at the
UNL Rifle Club
The UNL Rifle Club ie looking for new members! Meeting
Thursday at 6:30 in Military and Naval building,
room 2. For information call Matt at 436-0819.
UNL Rowing Club
Have fun, travef the midwest, andget in shape. Meetings
every Wednesday, 7pm at the Boathouse (white
buildingnorthof Nebraska Hall). Call 474-4359 for
UNL Wildlife Club
Conservation Education meeting, Wednesday, Jan. 21,
7pm in ECU. Everyone* welcome.
Women’s Soccer Club
For km, competition, 8 traveling, come to the mandatory
meeting for new 8 Old players 0 8:30pm on
Thursday, Jan.22, in 2nd Hr TV Lounge of Rec Center. .
Questions??? Ca> Meoan 0 436-9369.
International Foikdancers looking for new members.
Enjoy moving to world music Wednesdays 9-lOpm or
Fridays 8-10pm in Mabel Lee Hall, room 304. Any
questions call LuAnne, 475-8674.
1998 NEBRASKA GREEK
“MEETING THE CHALLENGE’ ALL-NEBRASKA
GREEK CONFERENCE, - JAN 30-FEB 1, AURORA -
LEADERSHIP CENTER SPONSORED BY GREEK
UFE/GAMPUS CRUSADE. Register by 1/26.
Info, Joe. 436-6123/ibOuniinfo2 .uni.edu
Congratulations to aH of the new appoointed officers:
Director of External Relations-Risa Rose, Recording
Secretary-Shannon Robson, Director of Publicity and
Adv.-Michetis Stare, Corresponding Secretary-Halle
Trupp, Manager of Phtentropy-Unmey Rrter, Manager
of Chapter Events-Cari Perimeter, Director of Alumnae
Relations-TWiny Cartton, Chaplain-Becky Sawyer, In
tramural Chairs-CaeK Evans & Nicole Grossenburg,
Historian-Katherine Brade, Manager of Finance-Angie
DiGiacinto, Guard-Ranae Biester, Marshal-Melissa
Stevens. Partiamentartan-Stacia Zitek, House Host
ess-Quinn Laging, Director of Music-Anna Ebert &
Katie VanDusen, Director of Formal Rush-Heidi
Kubicek, Outstate Rush Chairs-Teri Crosbie & Ericka
Hascall, Lincoln Rush Chair-Jamie Honeycutt, Omaha
Rush Chair-Beth Bowan, Rush Secretary-Amy Morris.
_Love, vour AF Sisters
Congratulations to Todd Franzsn for his selection as a
Great Week Chair. Congratulations to Any Schulerman
for his selection into the LeederShape Nebraska and
Nebraska At Oxford Program.
Alpha rota Mooting
Wednesday, Jan 21 at 5:30 in East Campus Union. Im
portant 1st meeting of the new semester.
Thanks for coming over to sing to us. You won us
Thanks for coming over to sing on Sunday, you guys
_Love, the women of Alpha Phi
UNL Student Government
Wed., Jan.21 - 630 p.m.
inrormation Ana Aaenaa Avaiiaote
115 Nebraska Union
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