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Isco, Inc., needs an assistant to help in the repair de
partment by setting up and running equipment after
repaired to assure quality, to prepare equipment to be
repaired, and prepare equipment for shipment back to
customer. Working hours are flexible 20hours between
the hours of 7.00 and 4.30, Monday through Friday.
Starting pay is $6.64/hr. Please apply at, or send resume
Human Resources Department (
531 Westgate Bhrd.
Lincoln HE 68526
Maintenance Data Entiy
Lincoln Plating Company, one of Lincoln's premier or
ganizations, is seeking a person to work approximately
20 to 25 hours per week performing various data entry
duties of preventative maintenance information.
The qualified candidates must be computer literate in
Windows 95 operating systems. Exposure to
Microsoft Access is a plus, but not required. Must be
detail oriented and have experience working with
spreadsheets and developing charts/graphs.
This is an excellent opportunity for someone interested
in production operations or engineering. We offer a
competitive starting wags and a tuition reimbursement
program which pays $1.00 for every hour worked.
Qualified candidates should apply in person between
the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 5:00 pjn. at:
Lincoln Plating Company
600 West Estreet
Lincoln, Nebraska 68522
MDS Harris, an international leader in the pharmaceuti
cal testing industry, seeks skilled phlebotomists to
draw blood samples from study participants within
time constraints (one minute intervals) and to process
samples. We require 1 year previous phlebotomy ex
perience. We currently have part-time positions
available. Number of hours may vary based on staffing
needs. Early morning availability required. Excellent
wages for skilled Phlebotomists. Please apply at
621 Rose Street
Lincoln, NE 68602
Residential Cleaning; flexible with school schedule;
Monday - Friday, start $5.25; 432-5573
Small in home licensed daycare, $85/week.
7am-5:30pm, Monday-Friday. Close to University. Call
Bonnie at 477-1660.
Spring Break $$
immediate part time openings
Flex Schedule for Students; No Experience Nec
essary; Earn $100-$400/week; Positions must
be filled by 2/11; Call M-F; 10-3 pm; 477-8695.
SUMMER CAMP COUNSELORS
NEEDED FOR PREMIERE CAMPS IN
Positions for talented, energetic, and fun loving students
as counselors in all team sports including Roller
Hockey, all individual sports such as Tennis & Golf,
Waterfront and Pool activities, and specialty activities
including art, dance, theatre, gymnastics, newspaper &
radio. TOP SALARIES, room, board, and travel. June
20th-August 19th. Enjoy a great summer that promises
to be unforgettable. MAH-KEE-NAC(Boys):
1-800-753-9118, OANBEB Girls): 1-800-392-3752.
TO $500 TUITION
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National Bank of Commerce is currently accepting Ap
Loan Administration Clerk-Residential Income
For more details call the*Rrs^Commerce Job Hotline
Equal Opportunity Employer
Wagner's Food Pride has opening for part time checkers
and Stockers and sackers. Flexible hours. Apply in
person at 3308 A street.__
Both part time and full time openings, all positions. Ap
piy Thursday 6:30pm, EEO
Weekend Cocktail waitresses. Town and Country Saloon
and Dance Hall, 3245 Cornhusker. Apply Monday
through Thursday between 3 and 6pm.
Weekend Cocktail waitresses. Town and Country Saloon
and Dance Hall, 3245 Cornhusker. Apply Monday
through Thursday between 3 and 6pm.
500 Summer Jobs/50 Camps/You Choosell! NY, PA,
New England. Instructors Needed: Tennis, Basketball,
Roller Hockey, Soccer, LaCrosse, Volleyball.
Gymnastics, English Riding, Lifeguard, WSI, Water Ski,
Sailing, Wind surfing, Aerobics, Archery, Mountain Bik
ing, Rock climbing. Ropes, Dance, Piano, Accompanist,
Theater, Ceramics. Jewelry, Woodworking, Pho
tography, Radio, Nature, RNls, Chefs. Arlene Streisand:
Life Changing Experiences
Could be in store for you! Work at Camp Easter Seal in
Milford, Nebraska with people with disabilities. Hiring
for all positions. Salary, room and board provided. Call
(402) 761-2875 for more information.
GO TO CAMP THIS SUMMER! Nebraska's most
beautiful resident camp, YMCA Camp Kitaki, lo
cated on the Platte River, is seeking applicants
for the following positions: Counselors, Wran
glers, Lifeguards, Waterfront Directors, Crafts
Instructors, Nature Director, Ropes Course
guides. Call 402-434-9225 or write Camp Kitaki,
6000 Cornhusker Hwy, Lincoln, NE 68507 for an
SUMMER EMPLOYMENT (June thru August) at Camp
Lake Hubert in Minnesota's Lake country since 1909.
Meet new friends, expand horizons, rewarding work
with children, develop leadership skills, 30 water/land
activities. Specific job information, internships and ap
plications available at Student Employment and Intern
Office, 345 Nebraska Union. Sign up in advance for a
personal interview on campus Tuesday, February 10th.
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‘infodsombren>.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 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!
Summer pool positions for Head Guards, Lifeguards
and Cashiers. Pay ranges of $5.30-7.30/hour. Call Lin
coln Parks and Recreation at 441-7892.
TAIN NATIONAL PARK!
Grand Lake Lodge Wants you!
Hurry! Call (303) 759-5848
Work With Kids
Lincoln Park and Recreation summer playground leader
positions ($5.40/hr) June 8-July 31. M-F 9.15a.m. to
t2.1Spjn. Conduct outdoor activitiesJoj^rade school
children. Apply now at Park antf Recreation office
2740, A st 441 -7952. EOE/AA.
The Museum Gift shop at Morrill HaH is in the process
of developing a photo-joumal of the museam’s exhibits.
We are in need of someone to do research on the
exhibits and some copywriting. If interested, please
come in and fill out an application at 206 Morrill Hall.
Great income opportunity for Japanese students. Call
435-5405 for more information.
High income opportunity. Growing company expanding
into this area. Need success oriented individuals to
manage growth in the area. Call for a free informational
express pack that explains the opportunity.
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Students all over the country are discovering the rewarding
career opportunities at Hormel Foods - a Fortune 500'
corporation. They are finding that the promote-from-within
COME MEET US!
Visit with John Huntley and Brad Blum
WHAT: Engineering & Tech Career Fair
DATE: February 5,1999
TIME: 9:30 aj*. to 3 p.m.
PLACE: City Campos Union - Centennial Room
We have entry-level vacancies for
Quality & Process Control Engineers
Accountants, Computer Analysts, Production Supervisors,
and Sales Representatives
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CONSIDER HORMEL. WE LL HELP YOU SUCCEED.
—Spring Break *98 Oat QoMgR Cancun, Jamaica.
Bahamas, and Florida. Group Discounts & Free Drink
Parties! Sell 5 & go free! Book Now!!!
Visa/MC/Disc/Amex 1 -800-234-7007.
—♦Spring Break Trip *96 Oat 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
This Spring Break Trip Is For Real!
Campus Recreation Outdoor Adventures
Grand Canyon Backpacking $296
ftanuaro Desert BrrikpeeMng $275
Dnrl nBnihints areftre
Arizona mock CMfHjmg eZao
SE Whitewater Rafting $375
For more information cai 472-3497
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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 Forme
Alpha Phi Omega
We're looking for a few good Men anaWomen to join
our National Co-ed Service Fraternity. Come to an in
formational meeting to make friends while helping
others. Monday 5.30p.m. Harper Main Lounge. Tuesday
noon Neihardt Gray Parlor, Wednesday 6p.m. Abel
Ballroom, and Thursday 5p.m. East Campus Union.
EVERYONE is welcome!_/
NEED MONEY FOR COLLEGE? ARMY ROTC IS
OFFERING 2 & 3 YEAR SCHOLARSHIPS. CALL
The Chancellor's senior honorary, the Innocents Society,
is now accepting applications from freshmen for
the Innocents ana 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
Fast and legal credit repair is now available. 100%
guaranteed. For info send large SASE + $1 postage
and handling to Credit Service at 5286 Pewa Court,
KeUsyviHe. CA 95451
Eating Disorders Education
For students, family, or friends concerned about medi
cal, nutritional, exercise and psychological aspects of
eating disorders. Tuesday March 10-April 14,
3:30-4:45. Register at University Health Center Busi
Students $25Nonstudents $50
Phi Beta Chi sorority is currently accepting new mem
bers. If interested, please contact Keely at 438-2136
(until 3 pm) or 785-3515 (after 3 pm).
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
Ice Hockey Club
Ail players welcome. Practices on Tuesday nights 9-11
p.m. and Sundays 11 p.m.-1 a.m. Ail practices at the
Ice Box at State Fair Park Contact Tony Lee at
436-7950 or Campus Rec 472-3467.
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Free counseling services available. For more informa
tion, or to schedule an appointment, can the Women's
The last day to enter die Men’s and Women's Warball
Tournament is Tuesday, February 3. Don't delay! Enter
now at the Office of Campus Recreation. Call
472-3467 for more information.
From PMS to Wholeness
A discussion of the attitudes that lead to PMS and
menstrual alienation. Look at the importance of our
cycles to our physical, emotional and spiritual well-being
and discuss ways to honor and appreciate living in
a female body. Facilitated by Nancy Goff.
Friday, February 13th
340 Nebraska Union
for more information, call the Women’s Center
Representative will be at Arts and Sciences Advising,
107 OldH. Tuesday. Feb.3,1:30-4 p.m. Can 472-4190
Nebraska Union Board
This board assumes the role of advocate for the various
segments of the University community to the Director of
the Nebraska Unions and the Vice. Chan, for
Student Affairs. Deadline Friday, February 13, 4p.m.
Applicatioris available at 115 Nebr. Union.
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 Nebraska Union
Everyone Welcome; Tuesday, 8pm; East Campus Union;
Room Posted; Refreshments Provided_
General meeting Tuesday 9.30 in Union. Come listen
to Matt LeMieux from the ACLU speak on progress in
ending employment discrimination on the basis of sex
Tour of Gallup; Meet tonight at 5:00 in front of the Union;
Business Attire: New members weicomeffl ,
International Foikdancere looking for new members.
Eruoy moving to world music Wednesdays 9-10pm or
Fridays 8-10pm in Mabel Lee Hall, room 304. Any
questions call LuAnne, 475-8674.
Congrats to Heath Michael Mello for his selection to
the ASUN Publication Board! We're proud of you!
Thank you so much for the FAC last week. We had so
much fun with you guys. We would love to travel
around the world with you again soon.
Love, the Women of Kappa Alpha Theta
Thanks for the great time last week. We had a blast.
_Love, the ladies of Alpha Chi
Greek - Men’s Bible Study
Tonight, 9:00 p.m., City Union.
Room Posted Under Delta Tau Delta or Navigators.
Congratulations to Angie Mendyk and Kellie Davis on
receiving the Lincoln Alumnae Award Scholarship,
Congratulations to Sara Spence on receiving the Mary
Helen Allensworth Flansburg Award Scholarship, Con
gratulations to Tiffany Jackes for receiving the Sally
O’Shea Meginnis Friendship Kite Award. You girls are
awesome, you deserve it!
_Love, Your Sisters
Thanks for coming over Friday night! You ladies can
hang “Around...* anytime!
The Men of AIT
Congratulations to Alissa Hoffman for making the
Scarlet and Cream. We knew you could do it!
Love, Your Sisters
Congratulations to our new brothers: Reid Browner,
CAMPUS RED CROSS
We will have a general meeting on Wednesday, February
4 at 5.-00 p.m. in the basement of the Health Center. We
will be working on the Blood Drive. New
Members are Welcome.
Confidential Gay Men’s
Wednesdays 6om to 7*30 om
For more information call Dr. Diaz-Perdomo at Coun
seling and Psychological Services, 472-7450 (e-mail
ldiaz-perdomo9ccmail.unl.edu) or Rev. Phil Owen at
476-0355 (email: ophHip9unomaha.edu).
Informational meeting for Kappa Phi Club, a national
organization for university Christian women. On
Wednesday, February 4th at 6:00 p.m. at Cornerstone
Church: 640 N 16th. Low membership dues. For
more Information call Shofchana 420-6320 or MHdred
MeetingWednesday, February 4 at 5:00pm; East Cam
pus Union; Room Posted. New Members Welcome!!!
How can you relate better with others in your career
field? What is your teaching stylo? Find out
when you come to hear Jim Rea, one of the Uni Serv
Directors for NSEA speak about your True Color’.
SEA Meeting on Thursday, February 5, at 5:30 in Mabel
Lee 262. Students of any major are WeteomeHl
Looking for a few good Latinos
Mexican American Student Association (MASA) meet
ings, Wednesdays, 6:00pm, Culture Center.
The next meeting is tonight at 7:30 in the Union. Sgt.
Tom Janis will be speaking about scholarship opportu
nities for Med School. We will also be covering other
important information and free food will be provides.
Meeting tonight. Everyone welcome. Union, 7:30,
room to be posted. __
Pi Sigma Alpha
Poli Sci Honorary meeting 4:30 Oldfather 513. New
members always welcome.__
Pre Occupational Therapy Club
Meeting 7:30-8:30 p.m. in room to be posted in the
Undergraduate Women in
Meet tonight at 5 pm, front steps of City Union: car
pool to Gailup for a tour; Business attire please; NEW
MEMBERS WELCOME! Questions- call Melissa
Meeting at 530; Rbom to be posted.
Meeting tonight, Office of Admissions. Social 4:30
February 6th-come to meeting for delate.
UNL Marketing Club
Nebraska Women's Basketball game, meet on the
south side of the Devaney Center at 6:45pm, Wednes
day Feb. 4th. Free admission, t-shirts, hot dogs, and
ooo. Bring vour resume for two extra points.
UNL Young Democrat
Meeting Tuesday at 7.30 in the Union. New members
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Mattson, Neit Vohl, Mike Wittmann, Adam Woods,
Gienn Thome, Alex Shiffermitler
We would like to welcome our new actives:
Alpha Class: Cindy Nimphius
Beta Class: Lisa Zanders, Heather Jensen, Jennifer
Bridget; Cindy Ratkovek, Holly Daniels, Melissa Miller,
Crystal Nelson, Marfa Strumpler, Kathy Pair, Marci
Hamilton, and Heather Folks.
Congratulations on a house GPA of 3.146
We had a great time at the frosh last Thursday! It was
the perfucet idea. Congratulations on your initiation.
Love the women of Alpha Phi
If you are forming an Bection Group for the March 11
Student Government election you must file your student
organization form no later than 12:00 noon on
Wed., Feb. 4. K you have not filed by this time your
election group’s name will NOT be on the ballot. All
election forms are available at the Student Government
office, 115 Nebraska Union. _J
Represent Your College!
Senate position open to represent the College of Fine
and Performing Arts. Application available at ASUN Of
fice, 115 Nebraska Union. Deadline February 6.
Student-At Large positions open for 98-99.
Be part of the board that appoints students
to 31 campus wide committees.
Application available in the
ASUN office, 11S Nebraska Union.
Dead line is 4p.m.
_ Friday. February 6.
Filing forms are now available
at 115 Nebr. Union
Student Government Election
Student Impact Team
Tuesday, February 3
7:00 pjn. City Union
_Room to be posted_
Found 1/28 on the street near Admin. Call the Daily
Nebraskan to claim, 472-2588.
Engineering & Technology
Career Fair ‘98
Over 75 contpanies Horn Nebraska and across the nation!
Thursday, February 5, 1998
9:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
I University of Nebraska-Lincoln
I Wick Aiumni Center AND
§ Centennial Room, City Campus union ';r|? H
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