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Bom part time and fuN time openings, all positions. Ap
pty Thursday 6:30pm. EEO
Want good food, money, and easy work? Have I got a
tob for youl Call Helen, Pi Beta Phi Sorority, 436-61B9.
To practice against Husker Women's Basketball Team.
2-3p.m., 2-4 times/week. Call Coach Walz at
YWCA needs child care assistants two locations call
434-3494 or 470-0231.
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, room & board + travel stipend.
Possibly earn school credits. Camp is located
on a lake near Ely 6 BWCAW. Contact: Tim Edmonds
Milford, Nebraska with people with disabilities. Hiring
for ail positions. Salary, room and board provided. CaH
(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,
8000 ComhuskerHwy, Lincoln, NE 68507 for an
SUMMER EMPLOYMENT (June thru August) at Camp
Lake Hubert in Minnesota's Lake county 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
stnng in the world, ki operation for three generations.
Reply to Sombrero Ranch, 3300 Airport Rd., Boulder,
CO 80301 -5400, or ‘mfoOsombrarodom.* 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 fto Patters. No money or expe
rience necessary for the best resume building internship
available! Call 1-888-277-7962 today for more info,
rosiuons Tilling Tasti
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.
=• WORK IN ROCKY MOUN- ]
TAIN NATIONAL RARK! I
Grand Lake Lodge Wants you!
Hurryt 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
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.
Call 483-7871 and ask for Kelli or Sarah to schedule
""Spring Break ‘98 Oat Goingl! Cancun, Jamaica!
Bahamas, and Florida. Group Discounts & Free Drink
Parties! Sell 5 & go free! Book Nowlll
* "Spring Break Trip ‘98 Get Going!!! PanamaCity
beachfront hotels from $12917 nights beachfront Daily
free drink parties, and Free cover at best bars!
See the Hy-Vee ad in this issue for Spring Break
Give-away registration forms.
A Relaxation Opportunity
Join others and relax for 35 minutes each Thursday
from 12:10 -12:45. Drop in - Room 43 Lower Level
University Health Center.
“A Great Mby 7b Qet Through Tha Pay/"
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 Partor, Wednesday 6p.m. Abel
Ballroom, and Thursday 5p.m. East Campus Union.
EVERYONE is welcome!
Are You tntsresledjn^
Sponsoring an Election Debate?
Come to the information meeting to get details about
hosting a debate for the upcoming Student Government
Thursday - Feb. 12
430 pun. Nebr. Union
Room to be posted
NEED MONEY FOR COLLEGE? ARMY ROTC IS
OFFERING 2&3 YEAR SCHOLARSHIPS. CALL
Fast and legal credit repair is now available, 100%
guaranteed. For info send large SASE + $1 postage
and handling to Credit Service at 5288 Pewa Court,
Kejteyvjjtoj CA 95451
DISC GO ROUND
WE PAYCASH FOR YOUR CDs
Used CD's, 55.99-S7.99 New COs$ 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 of
eating disorders. Tuesday March 10-April 14,
3:30-4:45. Register at University Health Center Busi
Students 525Nonstudents S50
Phi Beta Chi sorority is currently accepting new mem
bers. If interested, please contact Keely at 438-2136
(until 3 pm) or 785-3515 (after3 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 eveiy Thursday from
12:30-1:30 in the Culture Center's Conference Room.
Call Tricia at the Women's Center, 472-9428 for more
Lincoln’s #1 Dance Club
Quality not Quantity
Be where the real people meet
It’s off the hook!
MEN'S RUGBY: Workouts begin Thursday 6:00pm,
Cook Pavillion, No experience needed, new players
encouraged. Questions: 438-6762, ask for Josh, Jude
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 weH-beinj
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, caM the Women* Center
braska Union, February 9th through 13th. Gallery
Opening is February 6th. 7:00-9:00 pm.
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Society off Human Resource
Meeting Thursday, 5:30 pm, in the Union. New members
welcomel Bring a friend. Come meet the people
that may hire you someday.
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Block and Bridle Meeting
Thursday, Feb. 5, East Campus Union, 7pm.
Anyone interested in initiation 7:30pm. members and
initiates. We win be taking pictures for the annual and
initiating Fall 1997 initiated'
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 learn more.
Engineering Executive Board
First meeting Thursday, February 5 at 6:30 pm in the
City Union. Room wiH be posted.
Friends of the Deaf Community
7pm, Feb. 5 in third floor lobby of BarMey Center. No
sign language sfcMe needed. Get invotvedl
Habitat for Humanity
Brainstorming for fundraising ideas. Free food. February
5th, 6pm in the Union.
How cwi you rajattbattw with dhara hi your caraar
field? whet le 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 Educedon Association Meeting on Thursday.
February 5, at 5:30 in Mabel Lee 262. Students of
any major are WWcometfl
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 on Thursday, February 5 at 6:30 pm in the Un
ion. The room wff be posted. Vtope to see you there!
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uiscipteship Training. 7pm Friday February 6th, 4505
Congratulations to the newly elected executive officers
Rush Chairmen: Karl Houfek, Brad Kratochvil, Dave
Secretary: Shane Mares
Senior Steward: Lee Haveman
Special congrats to Chris Kavan for being elected
Koeoerof the Rote. What an Honor!
Congratulations to the foliowing Acacians who received
4.0e for the fall semester: Matt Bruce. Gleb
Krivosheev, SHane Mares, Andrew Muller, and Mark
Congratulations to the newly selected secondary offic
Asst Senior Dean: TJ Henning
Asst Social Chair Shane Mares
Junior Steward: Dave Scott
Scholarship Chain Joe Buahelman
Athletics Chair. Lee Haveman
Chaplain: Adam Pfeifv
Asst. Secretary; Chris Kavan
Asst. Treasurer Aaron Schram
Philanthropy Chair Matt Bruce
Alumni Chan Brad Kratochvil
Historian: Dustin Manhart
Computer Chair. Adam Pfeifer
Sentinels: Matt Bruce and Aaron Schram
Head Hasher Justin Stine •
Thanks for a great time last week and for our revealing
get-together on Friday. It's definitely true that the less
clothes you wear, the more fon you have.
_-the men of Beta
The meal was great, the company was grand, sorry
some of us were late, but it was as perfect as we had
_ The Men of Aloha Gamma Rho
Good luck to MoUy Tomkins and Dani Brown at their
crew meet in Denver this weekend.
Pi Love, _;_ your sisters
Congratulations to Steve Johnson and Jennifer
Dettmer on their engagement.
The Men of Alpha Gamma Rho
Congratulations Alpha Gamma Rho men on your 26-8
snow/mud footbal game victory against Ag Men.
tout brothers of AGR
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