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National Bank of Commerce is currently accepting Ap
IMor-Bank South, Superior
For more details call the First Commerce Job Hotline
Equal Opportunity Employer
We are currently hiring for flexible part time and full
time second and third shift positions. Starting wage
$7/hr guaranteed, comprehensive benefits package,
and casual work environment. If you are detail
oriented, dependable, and have the desire to be a part
of a growing team, come spend your nights at Interac
tive Teleservice Corporation. Applications taken at
1033 O Street, Ste. 304, between 8am-9pm, M-F.
Wendys 14th & “Q”
Now hiring. Quality minded people for lunch and eve
ning shifts. Flexible hours, vacation, and meal dis
counts. Apply in person.
$7 per hour. Nanny needed. Must have own transpor
tation. Care for two boys and some kitchen work. M-F,
5 to 8 p.m., Sunday 10:30-3:30 p.m. Call 489-0373,
Part time early childhood teacher. Tuesday, Thursday
and Friday afternoons. 488-1293.
Responsible work study students needed, variety of
projects and work with the public. Computer experience
preferred, key boarding essential. Minimum 10
hours/week, $5.25/hr. Academic Conferences and
Professional Program, East Campus. Call Cheryl
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 Tim Edmonds (612) 930-3544, email: buck
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
string in the world. In operation for three generations.
Reply to Sombrero Ranch, 3300 Airport Rd., Boulder,
CO 80301-5400, or “infoOsombreno.com.* On campus
interviews March 2. E-mail us or call
303-442-0258 to schedule.
AVERAGE EARNINGS $10,792
Responsible, motivated UNL students needed in Lin
coln, Omaha, and surrounding areas to run your own
business with Cotege Pro Painters. No money or expe
rience necessary for the best resume buiding internship
available! Call 1-888-277-7962 today for more info.
Positions flBng fast!
BE IN BUSINESS FOR YOUR
SELF, NOT BY YOURSELF!
Summer pool positions for Head Guards, Lifeguards
and Cashfors. Pay ranges of $5.30-7.30/hour. Call Lin
coln Paries and Recreation at 441-7892.
Greet income opportunity for Japanese students. Call
435-5405 for more information.
Net Leased kireilinut Property
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boochfront hotels from $129! 7 nights beachfront, Daily
free drink parties, and Free cover at best bars!
TMs Spring Break Trip Is For Reek
Csnpus Recreation Outdoor Adventures
Classes Forming Now
Call 472-7478 for more information. Classes start
February 2nd. Sponsored by the University Health
“Styles of Leadership—Head in a New Direction’
Saturday, February 7th, 1998
Wick Alumni Center
Let us help you become a leader on campus or take
your current leadership abilities to a whole new level!
Cost is $5/person (lunch included). Register now at
Student Involvement in 200 Nebraska Union or 300
East Union! (Open to all UNL Students).
‘Represents a merger between the University Leader
Accepting Our Bodies
Accepting Our Selves
Feeling unhappy with the way you look? Register to
attend a workshop to improve how you think and feel
about you1 body. Thursdays 3:00 - 4:30 Feb. 5 - Mar.
19. To register call Sue at CAPS 472-7450.
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 dips
when applying. The position begins August 1,1998
and lasts until May 7,1999.
The position pays $1025/ maintain a minimum 2.0
month (except December and GPA.
May) and reports to the UNL Applications are available at
Publications Board. The editor the Daily Nebraskan office,
must be enrolled at least six basement of the Nebraska
credit hours during each of the Union, and must be returned
two 1998-99 semesters and ^ by 3 pan., Jan. 28,1998.
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UNL does not discriminate in its academic, admissions or employment programs and abides by aU
Attend the Study Abroad
Tuesday, January 27th at 7?D0pm in the Centennial
Room of Nebraska Union. Summer and Semester Pro
qrams! Photo contest! Win a $250 scholarship!
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
(Single Adults, 18-35)
The SEARCH retreat is for you! This retreat is Catholic
centered, but open to any denomination. If you are
ready for a ‘winter blues” break, please call
1-800-652-2229 and ask for a registration form. Next
retreat is February 20th-22nd, so act fast!
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,
KeUswille. CA 95451 _
Bodybuilders and Fitness
Open CaK Lincoln, Nebraska
THE LYONS GROUP
New York’s Premier Sports & Fitness Agency will be in
UNCOLN scouting January 30- February 1.
For more information please contact Mike Lyons at
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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 info.
Will be meeting in the City Union on February 1,
7:00-8:30. Everyone Welcome.
Graduate Student Women’s
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, call the Women’s
Center at 472-2597.
The last day to enter Men’s, Women's and Co-Rec
Water Volleyball is Tuesday, January 27th. Don't delay.
Enter now at the Office of Campus Recreation.
Call 472-3467 for more information.
! Join K $ Club
Informational meeting this Wednesday Jan. 28th from
•6 to 7 p.m. at Cornerstone 640 N. 16th. National Or
iganization — local chapter established in 1920. Club
.for university women of Christian faith. Call 488-3738
'or 420-6320 for more information.
ILow Membership Dues.
1 MEN’S INTRAMURAL
*! SWIM MEET
> 'The Men's Swim Meet will take place on Tuesday, Jan
luary 27 at Mabel Lee Hall Pool. No advance entry is
i required. Call 472-3467 for more information.
I Multi-Cultural Affairs and the Big 12 Conference on
I Black Student Government is sponsoring MC auditions
for the Gospel Extravaganza. 1/27/98, 5pm, Nebraska
•Union. The winner will receive $100.
.FREE Paper Money coupon books. Student Info. Center
*116 Nebraska Union.
Scarlet and Cream
.Pianist needed immediately for the Scarlet and Cream
'Singers. Call Julie Enersen at 472-2490,
Meeting January 29,7 p.m. in Benton Basement.
i Stop dreaming, start flying
: § Private pilot ground school starts Jan. 27m. Evening
.classes. Pass your FAA exam. Includes introductory
-'flight lesson. 420-6499.
Student Government Election
Interested in running the spring
student government election?
Filing deadline for all positions is
Wed. Feb. 11 - 4:00 p.m.
115 Nebr. Unio
The Chancellor’s senior honorary, the Innocents Society,
is now accepting applications from freshmen for
the Innocents and James S. Pittenger scholarships.
These scholarships are awarded to freshmen who dis
play superb academics, leadership and service. Appli
cations are available at the Culture Center, 106 Admin
istration, and East and City Campus Student Involve
ment Offices. They are due February 27 at 106 Admin
istration Building. _
The Commuter and Student Services Center has a list
of tutors for student use. Anyone wishing to be on the
list either to tutor or in need of a tutor, fill out an appli
cation at the ASUN Commuter and Student Services
Center, 116 Nebr. Union..
Representative wiH be at Arts & Sciences Advising, 107
OldH. Monday, January 26,1-5p.m. Call 472-4190
Check us out at our next meeting January 28 at 6 p.m.
in the City Union (room wiH be posted). Will have FREE
PIZZA & POPCORN, and you’ll have the chance to
show off your creativity by signing up for free-lance
projects and participating in a creative workshop.
Hope to see you there!!
CAMPUS RED CROSS
We wiH have a general meeting on Wednesday, January
28th at 5:00 p.m. in the basement of the Health
Center. We wiH be working on the Blood Drive. New
Members are Welcome.
Check It Out!
Meeting Wednesday, Jan. 28 at
University Health Center
Conference Room D, 4to 5 p.m.
For student* with QlsiwtM,
spouaaa and frianda ataScontal
Call472-7477 for mora information.
:■ HACKY SACK CLUB
OUR FIRST MEETING WILL BE ON THURSDAY AT
7:30 IN THE COMBATIVE ARTS ROOM. ALL ARE
WELCOMED. THERON 465-8363.
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 infor
mation, call Mike at 475-0459.
Minorities in agricultural, natural resources, and related
sciences meeting January 27 at 5.30 in the East Union.
Room will be posted. Question contact Juan Gonzales.
First meeting of this semester will be Monday, January
26th at 9:00 in Manter Hall. Everyone must attend.
Organizational meeting Tuesday, '\/T7 at 6 p.m. at the
Downtown YMCA on 10th & P Streets.
Thanks to the ladies of Alpha Chi Omega for melting
the ice with us at the icebox. We'll have to do it again
The men of Alpha Gamma Rho
Congratulations to brothers Chris Curtis on being
named Greek Week chair and to Colin Gibson on his
acceptance into Dentistry School,
_ ‘ ■y- The men of DU
Thanks for thd _ . j frosh Thursday. We
sure had a i guys! Lets get together
again sometime -
Love, the Theta Girls
Congratulations to June Dickey on your Pearling to
Love, Your Sisters
Greek - Men’s Bible Study
Tuesday, 9:00 pm. City Union.
Room Posted Under Delta Tau Delta.
Listen to 'Three Men and a German’ Monday nights at
11.00 on 90.3 KRNU. E-mail us at
Thanks for serenading us. Congrat on your initiation!
Love your Pi Phi Sweetheart
Congratulations to our aM house GPA of 3.252.
Congratulations to our 19 4.0’s; Jim Cahow, Matthew
Eickman, Matt Epp, Andrew Faltin, BiH Fellows, John
Grebe, Ben Harry, Chris Himes, Brent Hotmquist, Ryan
Jones, Jason Mashek, BUI Michie, Dave Oehsner, Matt
Petta, Stave Preston, Joe Rupp, Steve Saylors, Scott
Stanko, and Jeff Whitney. _
Congratulations to Devin Rickstt on being accepted to
Thanks for such a fun time at vie dinner exchange and
sledding last weak - it was a blast) Are you done with
our composite yet???
^___- The ladies of Phi Mu
Represent Your College!
Senate position open to ropreeont the College of Fine
ots Performing Arts. Application avaiisbie at ASUN Of
fice. 115 Nebraska Union. Deadline February 6.
Student-Ait Large positions open for 96-99.
Be part of the board that appoints students
to 31 campus wide committees.
Application available in the
ASUN office, 115 Nebraska Union.
Dead ina is 4p.m.
Friday. February 6.
Fifing forms are now available
at 115 Nebr. Union
Student Government Election
FOUND: Light brown leather Mundf puree at bus stop
opposite the Culture Carrier. Found Jtraary 17. Contact
the Dafiy Nebraskan at 472-2S88 for Information.
outside of Mabel Lee 1-21-98. Please call or stop by
the Daily Nebraskan to daim.
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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
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