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500 Summer Jobs/50 Camps/You Chooeaft! NY, PA,
New England. Instructors Needed: Tennis, Baafcatbal,
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, RN's, Chefs. Arlene Streisand:
1998 SUMMER CAMP JOBS IN
Camp Buckskin has positions available to work with
Bwho have academic and social skin difficulties
, ADD, LD). Salary, room & board + travel stipend,
aly earn school credits. Camp is located
on a lake near By & BWCAW. Contact nm Edmonds
COME TO NEW HAMPSHIRE FOR THE SUMMER!
OUTSTANDING BROTHER/SISTER SPORTS CAMPS
ON LARGEST NEW ENGLAND LAKE SEEK SKILLED
COUNSELORS FOR LAND, WATER SPORTS, ARTS.
ROOM, BOARD & TRANSPORTATION RAID. INTER
VIEWS AVAILABLE. COME SEE US AT CAMP DAY
ROBINDEL (GIRLS): 888-860-1186
WINAUKEE (BOYS): 800-791 -2018
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, >ard provided. Cal)
(402) 761-2875 for more
SUMMER CAMP COUNSELOR JOBS: Are you looking
for a challenge, fun. hand work and the beet summer of
your life? Camp Easter Sear in Virginia has
openings for camp counselors and program directors.
Work with children and adults with disabilities in a
beautiful outdoor setting. All majors welcome to apply.
Great experience for everyone especially O.T., P.T.,
Nursing, Speech or Recreation Majors. College credit
may be available. Work with dedicated, caring staff
from across the country and around the world. Room,
board and salary provided. 1-800-365-1656; Camp
Easter Seal; P.O. Box 5496, Roanoke. VA 24012.
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.
EARN UP TO $12 AN HOUR
• $7.50/hour guaranteed
• Casual dress code
• Great bonuses
• Full-time and part-time
• Flexible hours
• Career opportunities
NS ’O’ STREET, LINCOLN, NE
Summer job? Horae bitemahip? Spend this summer
on a turret 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.
Repfi to Sombrero Rangr, 3300 Airport Rd.. Boulder,
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 Colege Pro Painters. No money or expe
rience necessary tor the best resume building intemehip
available! Call 1-888-277-7962 today for more info.
Positions filing fast!
BE IN BUSINESS FOR YOUR
SELF, NOT BY YOURSELF!
Summer pool positions for Head Guards, Lifeguards
and Cashiers. Pay ranges of $5.30-7.3Q/hour. Call Lin
coln Parks and Recreation at 441-7892.
Work With Kids
Lincoln Park and Recreation summer playground leader
positions ($5.4Q/tu) June 8-July 31. M-F 9.15a.m. to
12.15p.m. Conduct outdoor activities for grade school
children. Apply now at Park and Recreation office
2740, A st. 441-7952. EOE/AA.
For Spring *98
Paid business internship with Fortune 500 company
nationally recognized as one of the top ten opportuni
ties. Interviewing now for positions pen in January *98.
Cal 483-7871 and ask for KeW or Sarah to schedule an
Provide child care to refugee children $6.00/hour, 2
hours/week, Wednesday morning only. Lincoln Literacy
‘“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!
Visa/MC/Disc/Amex 1 -800-234-7007.
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
Alpha Phi Omega
We're looking for a few good Men and Women to join
our National Co-ed Service Fraternity. Come to an in
formational meeting to make friends while helping
others. Monday 5.30pm. Harper Main Lounge, Tuesday
noon Neihardt Gray Parlor, Wednesday 6p.m. Abel
Ballroom, and Thursday 5p.m. East Campus Union.
EVERYONE is welcome!
The Chancedor^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 5288 Pewa Court,
Ke»syvate. CA 95451
DISC GO ROUND
WE RAY CASH FOR YOUR CDs
Used CD's, $5.99-87.99 New CDs$12.99
Movies,T-shirts, posters, hacky sacks,
and CD towers.
DISC GO ROUND
50th and 0,486-0047_
Eating Disorders Education
For students, family, or friends concerned about medi
cal, nutritional, exercise and psychological aspects ol
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
Free counseling services available. For more informa
tion, or to schedule an appointment, call the Women's
Center at 472-2597.
Lincoln’s #1 Dance Club
Quality not Quantity
Be where the real people meet
It's off the hook!
From PMS to Wholeness
A discussion of the attitudes that lead to PMS anc
menstrual alienation. Look at the importance of oui
cycles to our physical, emotional and spiritual well-being
and discuss ways to honor and appreciate living ir
a female body. Facilitated by Nancy Goff.
Friday, February 13th
340 Nebraska Union
for more information, call the Women’s Center
Mortar Board Week 1998
Celebrating another fine year of scholarship,
leadership and service at UNL.
Member activities throughout the week, with annual
“People Who Inspire’' Banquet Wednesday.
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.
Applications available at 115 Nabr. Union.
Applications for the 199e Women As Student Leaders
Award are available in the Student Involvement Office
(200 Nebraska Union, 300 East Union) and Women’s
Center. They are due February 16th. Questions, call
Molly at 472-8143. _
Society of Human Resource
Meeting Thursday, 5:30 pm. In the Union. New members
welcome! Bring a friend. Come meet the people
that may hire you someday.
Want to buy: Tommy's, Lucky’s and Wide Legs. The
Jean Outlet 3241 South 13th. 420-5151
Block and Bridle Meeting
Thursday, Feb. 5, East Campus Union, 7pm.
Anyone interested in initiation 7:30pm, members and
initiates. We wUi be taking pictures for the annual and
initiating Fall 1997 initiates!
CAMPUS RED CROSS
We will have a general meeting on Wednesday, February
4 at 5:00p.m. in the basement of the Health Center. We
will be working on the Blood Drive. New
Members are Welcome.
Interested in Student Government Elections?
Then come to a COMMIT Party Meeting this Sunday at
3:00 in the City Union to help out and team more.
Engineering Executive Board
First meeting Thursday, February 5 at 6:30 pm in the
City Union. Room wW be posted.
Meeting: Wednesday, February 4th at 6:30 pm in CBA
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 Shoshana 420-6320 or Mildred
Meeting Wednesday, February 5th at 5:00pm in East
Campus Union, room posted. Free pizza, speaker from
Walt Disney World Internship.
How can you ratals bttttr with othsra in your carasr
field? What is your teaching style? Find out
when you come to hear Jim Rea, one of the Uni Serv
Directors for NSEA speak about your “True Color”.
Student Education Association Meeting on Thursday,
February 5, at 5:30 in Mabel Lee 262. Students of
any major are Welcome!!!
Looking for a few good Latinos
Mexican American Student Association(MASA)
meetings, Wednesdays, 6:00pm, Culture Center.
Model United Nations
Interested in the world? Like to learn? Come join the
fun, new members always welcome. Thursdays, 4:30
NE Union (room posted)
Meeting Wednesday, 8pm, City Union. We’ll have two
guest speakers. New members welcome.
Public Relations Club
Meeting Tonight at 6:00 pm in Avery 51.
Meeting on Thursday, February 5 at 6:30 pm in the Un
ion. The room will be posted. Hope to see you there!
Students in Free Enterprise
Meeting Wednesday, 4th at 5:00pm in the
Union, room TBA. New members welcome. Questions,
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
pop. Bring your resume for two extra points.
UNL Rodeo Club
Pictures Tonight at 7:00 for Officers and Team Members.
Club Members at 7:30. Team Members need to
bring their biographies. Short meeting wiH follow. Pic
tures will be at the East Campus Union by the Book
International Folkdancers looking for new members.
Enjoy moving to world music Wednesdays 9-10pm or
Fridays 8-10pm in Mabel Lee Hall, room 304. Any
questions call LuAnne, 475-8674.
The Original Crush. Saturday Night at O'Mally’s. 9 pm
We had a great time at the frosh. We’ll do it again
FarmHouee pledge ctess
Thanks for the dinner exchange. We had a gnat time.
The Ladies of Aloha CM Omega
Friday, February 0th
Buses start leaving from Ben at 8:30.
Congratulations to Holly Cemy and Matt Petta on your
Love, the Women of Delta Gamma
Congratulations to Jen Wilson for getting a 4.0. Con
gratulations to our 3.5 aod above: Keely Beusing,
Brenda Cosgrove, and Becky Edeknaier. Good Job!
Love. Your Sisters
Congratulations to our new officers: President - Jennifer
Sloderheck, Rush/Social Chair - Keely Buesing,
Treasurer/Financial Secretary - Krista Kunze, Secretary
-Allison Aksamit, Scholarhsip/Historian - Jen Wilson,
Panhellenic/Second Vice President - Heidi Martinson,
Sisterhood - Brenda Cosgrove.
Love. Your Sisters
We had a blast at our frosh. Congrats to Shelly and
Dave. You guys are real‘suckers’
Alpha Chi Omega
Congrats to Jenny Bohuaiavsky on her summer intern
ship offer with the Minnesota Thunder.
__-Love, vour sisters
Congratulations to the following Gamma Phi’s who
won awards at the Initiation Banquet: Helen M. Dodge
Award- Missy Fletcher, E. Adeline Curtis Award
Chandra Claussen, Mary A. Bingham Award- JM Ham
mer, Frances E. Haven Award- Jodie Qrtngsby, Out
standing Senior- Katie Kenagy, Outstanding Junior
Molly Weichman, Outstanding Sophomore- Molly
Schmitz, r <t> Gunner- Natatya Shannon, Ideal Pledge
Andrea Leichman, Outstanding Pledge in Activities
Congratulations to Rebecca Jean Simpson on her re
cent appointment to ASUN's Publications Board and
to Kimmy Becker on her internship with the Nebraska
Soybean Board—Go Bean Team! Way to go Ladies!
Love. Your Sisters
PHI BETA LAMBDA
Come celebrate Valentine's Day) Meeting Thursday,
February 5 at 6:30pm in the Union. Please wear busi
ness attire. New members welcome.
We would like to congratulate the members of our
house who recieved a 3.5 GPA or above: Andrew Ro
senberg*, Ryan Hahn*, Scott Henderson*, Brad
Kwiatek*, Don Trouba*, Russ Banmert*, Andrew
Beckenhauer*, Dave Campbell*, Matt Glather*, Ben
Novotny*, Aaron Dinsiage, Matt Bender, Ryan Feltan,
Matt Reiser, Tom Tollefsen, Jon Sunning, Jeff
Faaborg, Josh Conway, Derrick Fitton, Mike Shaver,
Aaron Brockmeier, Darren Bennett, Dominic Peehota,
J.P. Schieber, Andy Hawelka and Josh Howell-Burke.
'indicates a 4.0 GPA
If you are forming an Election 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. If 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.
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.
Studem-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, 115 Nebraska Union.
Deed line is 4p.m.
Friday, February 6.
Filing forms are now available
at 115 Nebr. Union
Student Government Election
UNL Student Government
Wed., Feb. 4 - 6:30 p.m.
Information And Agenda Available
115 Nebraska Union
Found 1/28 on the street near Admin. Call the Daily
Nebraskan to claim, 472-2588.
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