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LITTLE KING, 10th and SouttT
Part time help wanted. Daws or evenings. Must be vary
dependable. Please apply personally after 2pm. No
Make Big Proms) Se« over 3,500 Fast Settng Items at
Swap Moots, Ratal Stowe, Parties. Etc. For tree infor
mation cal KINN-Vestments 483-7547.
Students, are you loolong for a position with unimitsd
potential in an innovative, talented, growing environ
ment? If so, check our SandMb MMWMngi We are
currently looking of motivated, professional students
to mi currant fuff-time and internship Marketing op
portunities. If you are interested in pursuing a position
with SandhRb, please do one of the following:
• Send a cover totter and resume to SandhRbPubfishing,
Attn: Human Resources, PO Box 82545, Lincoln,
• Fill out an on-line application on our website,
If you have any questions, please contact Human Re
sources at (800) 544-1382 or 473-2181.
$900 STUDENT INCENTIVE
$8£5/HR FULL-TIME AND
Gross opportunity available at an established educa
tional institution tor a career oriented spring graduate
or graduate assistant Rasponsfcie to provide adminis
trative and secretarial support to the director in the
areas or smaentaomesions ana iranctai ant.
Qualified applicants must have excellent interparaonai
skiRs with a bachelors degree in education, pubic rela
tions, business or related area. Mail resume post
marked by March 5th to: Director Myotherapy Institute
6020 South 58th Street Lincoln, NE 68516.
Omaha World Herald Lincoln Circulation Office has a
temporary data entry position available. 4pm-8pm
Monday-Friday. Apply at 825 M Street, Suite 103.
or for the latest openings: 472-8800
SEIC, UNL% Student Employment
and Internship canter
345 Nebraska Union
Part time floral delivery, must have own vehicle. Call
Part Time Position Available for office work with possible
full time for summer. Apply In parson Rixstine Trophy
Company, 2350 O Street.
QOuibrniX* q Piwer
Part-time sales rep; calling sponsors tor children's pro
gram; seeking mature motivated indwidual with pleasant
phone personality; Mon.-Thurs.; 5-8:30 pm.; State
Troopers Association of Nebraska; 488-5779
N you an interested in summer, short term and long
term employment, please State Personnel at
SOS CSpocWtzed Office Services), Temporary Employ
ment Fhogrem provides temporary employees to state
agencies Currant opportunities Include: Accounting
Cterfc M, n*t Entry Operator, Receptionist, Staff As
sistant & Administrative Assistant. Requirements:
Training and/or experience using Excel, Lotus. MS
Word. Word Perfect 6.1 & 7.0 and Access software
pack^eSptyping of 40 wpm and data entry of
If you Mce to work outside, am 18 years of age or older,
and have a valid driven license with a good driving
record, the Department of Roads has many summer
rfignway Mantonancd worker ana uonstmcnon lecn
niaan poaWona available ttvoughout the state.
State Personnel, 1st Floor, 301 Centennial Mad South,
Lincoln, N£ 68509. HOURS: Monday-Friday
8:OOam-5:OOpm. TDD: 402/471-4603.
MDS Harris is looking for personable, energetic indi
viduals who want to be part of astrong teem environ
ment As part.of our team, you and screen individuals
over the telephone to match raquiramante for pharma
ceutical studies while entering data into a computer
database. This position offers excel ant growth oppor
tunities. HS diploma and entry gkOa we required;
one year of customer service or salae experience is
preferred. Number of hours vary based on staffing
needs Pteaai apply In parson at
S3 MDS Harris
Science Advancing Health
Human Rmoivcm, JM-SPR
Talented Una Cooks
Chaffenged To Join Lazio’s
Monday, Tuesday and Thursday
If you're tough enough, we can offer you:
W-IA «1-- -
-And a great staff to hang with.
Moming/aariy afternoon shift, naat appearance,
responsible, good communication skills. Alternative
Tan, apply in paraon at any Alternative Tan location.
TO $500 TUITION
National Bank of Commerce is currently accepting Ap
Part-Time TMer (2) Csstpsrtt, Wtomsburg
For more details caH the First Commerce Job Hotline
www banimtot com
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You re not another body hare.
JaBrisco prides itself on our employees, which have
buft an environment that provides axcetont food and
service. Our team has openings for promising players
in Service, Host and Kitchen. Hayer Benefits include:
-And Respect From A Great Team
Apply in Parson:
JaBriaco 700 P Street
Monday. Tueedey end Thursday
Baby-sitter wanted for seven year old. night and weafc
end-Ptsase cal 465-4006.
College student to care for one child, 3:30 to 6 pjn.
Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday. Prefer ChitdDe
velopment experience, 420-1763/after 6 pjn._
500 Summer Jobs/ 50 Cwnps/ You ChooaeiU NY. PA
New England. Instructors Needod: Tennis, Basketball,
Roller Hockey, Soccer, LaCrosse, Volleyball,
Gymnastics, Engfcsh Riding. Lifeguard. WSI, Water Ski,
Sailng, Windsurfing, Aerobics, Archery, Mountain Bik
ra. Rock cSmbfog, Ropes, Danes, Piano, Accompanist,
Theater, Ceramics, Jewelry, Woodworking, Pho
to^nyhy, Redjg Nature, RNV. Chets. Arlene Streisand:
1996 SUMMER CAMP JOBS IN
Camp Buckskin has positions available to work with
voutn who have academic and social skill difficulties
CADHO, ADD, LD). Salary, room & board + travel stipend.
Possibly earn school credits. Camp is located
on a lake near By A BWCAW. Contact Ten Edmonds
We an a private, nonprofit organization dedlc atari to
serving the recreational needs of adults and children
with developmental disabilities. We hold 9 on week
summer sessions. Orientation begins on June 1st. Al
staff must reside at camp. Potential Counselors,
Nurses. TMA's, Lifeguards, should contact Director:
NancyAnn Nowak at (507)724-2351. (EOE)
COME TO NEW HAMPSMME FOR THE SUMMER!
OUTSTANDING BROTHER^ISTER SPORTS CAMPS
ON LARGEST NEW ENGLAND LAKE SEEK SKILLED
COUNSELORS FOR LAND, WATER SPORTS, ARTS.
ROOM, BOARD & TRANSPORTATION PAID; INTER
VIEWS AVAILABLE. COME SEE US AT CAMP DAY
ROBINDEL (GIRLS): 888-860-1188
WINAUKEE (BOYS): 809-791-2018
Counselors/ Instructors/ .
CAMP STARLIGHT in the mountain lake area of NE PA
hw» poekipn# npMf <nr anftyHTkWtk- RflphmWffS. JunfofB.
Seniors and Graduates in all Land & Water
Sports, Lacrosse, Gymnastics, Tennis, Challenge
Ropes Course, Ceramics, Woodworking. Join our
staff of 100 friendly, outstanding, college people from
the U.S. and abroad for a memorable experience.
Modem facilities in a country setting. Good salary and
travel allowance. Field work and internships encour
aged. 6/20-8/19. Call 809-223-5737 now.
Counselors: Top Boys Sports
Camp in Maine!
Get in on an exciting, fun summer! Must have good
skills, the ability to instruct, coach or assist. Openings
in: AD Land Sports, All Water Sports. PLUS: CanS
ing/Hiking, Ropes/Climbing WaR, SCUBA, Archery, Ri
fiery, Martial Aits, RN-s, Secretaries. Top Salaries,
Awesome Facilities, Room/Board/Laundry, Travel.
CALL the (800) NUMBER NOW, (800) 473-6104, or
E-MAIL cobbacnlisfOaol.com or write: Steve Rubin
CAMP COBBOSSEE (kah’buh-see) 10 Silvermine
Drive, South Salem, NY 10590.
GREAT SUMMER COUNSELOR POSITIONS
• Have fun
• Make a difference
• Summer in New England
Residential Summer Camps Seek Swf in ALL indhridual
and team spn**s; Baseball, Basketball, Tennis, Soccar,
In-Line Hockey, Golf, Swimming, Sailing, and RN’s
and Cone hop. 1 in tha norknhiro Mountains of
Massachusetts, just two and a half hours away from
NYC, Boston. Competitive Salaries ♦ Room and
Board. Intemahipe are available. Call Camp Qmytock
for Boys (800)842-5214 or Camp America for Girls
(800) 779-2070 Grad. Students Welcome.
Life Changing Experiences
Could be in stars for you! work at Camp Eastsr Seal in
Milford, Nebraska with people with disabilities. Hiring
for alt positions. Salary, room and board provided. Cm
(402) 761 -2875 for more information.
Lincoln Parks and Recreation
Summer pool positions for Head Guards, Lifeguards
and Cashiers. Pay ranges of $5.30-7.30/hour CM Lin
coln Parks and Recreation at 441-7892.
Spend Summer in the great outdoors-Great Plains Girl
Scout Council seeks qualified Resident Camp and Day
Camp Staff for 1998 season. Summer Positions include
EMT/nurae, waterfront director, lifeguards, nature direc
tor, arts director and unit leaders and counselors. Make
a difference in a girls life with the Girl
Scouts. Contact: Barbara Collins, Great Plains Girl
Scouts Council, 7100 W. Center Rd. Ste. 120, Omaha,
NE. 68106 or e-mail girlscoutGtop.net. Call
SUMMER CAMP COUNSELORS
NEEDED FOR PREMMRE CAMPS M
Positions for talentsd, energetic, and fan loving students
as counselors in ail team sports including Roller
Hockey, alt individual sports such as Tennis & Goff ,
Waterfront and Pool activities, and specialty activities
jncfcidfog art, dance, theatre, gymnastics, newspaper 5
radio. TOP SALARIES, room, board, and travel. June
20th-August 19th. Enjoy a greet summer that promises
to be unforgettable. MAH-KEE-NACfBoys):
1-800-753-9118, DANBEEfGMe): 1-800-392-3752.
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 83301-5400, or ainfoGsombrero.com.' On campus
interviews March 2. E-mail us or call
303-442-0258 to schedule.
Ara you toswjng for a summer of adventure? Apply
now for afar weeks of chettenoe end adventure. We
wH even pay you. NO OBLIGATION. For more infor
mation, cal ARMY ROTC, 472-4269.
What are you doing for summer vacation??? Rancho
del Chaparral, a summer camp for girls high in the
Jemez Mountains of New Mexico, is looking for staff
members for the 1998 summer camp season, May 30
August 3,1998. Positions available include Program
Staff (Arts, Horse Riding. Adventure, and Environmen
tal). Counselors and Administrative Staff. If you love
the Out-of-Doors and have a strong desire to make a
difference while having fun, then this camp is for you!
Please can or write: GM Scouts of Chaparral Council,
Inc., 500 Tlleras NW, Albuquerque, NM 87102.
Work With Kids
Lincoln Park and Recreation summer playground loader
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
274a A st. 441-7952. EOE/AA.
•••Spring Break *08 Gat Going!! 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 THp ‘98 Get Going!!! PdnamaCity
beachfront hotels from $129! 7 nights beachfront, Daily
free drink parties, and Free cover at best bars!
Desi notets, Lowest Knees, ah oprVM oreaK
locations. Florida $99+, Texas $119+, Cancun, Jamaica
$399+, Mazattan, Bahamas. Reserve rooms or be Cam
pus Rep. ICP 800-828-7015, www.icpt.com
South Padre Island. Best Oceanfront Hotels/ Condos.
Lowest Prices Guaranteed! 1-888-750-4SUN.
How to Help a Friend”
A presentation that will give families and friends sug
gestions on how to help someone who may have an
eating dtoorder. During this presentation, you wfl learn:
- Mow can I help a loved one who has an eating disor
-Recognize how the loved one's eating disorder affects
- College lifestyle as e trigger for eating disordere
what to be aware of as a fnand or family member.
Are you looking for a challenging and-rewarding expe
rience with leading others? Then-look no further! The
Emerging Leaders' Class Is now recruiting Teaching
Assistants for the 19S8-99 acadsmic year. The Emerging
Leaders’ Ciass is offered to freshman and sophomore
students for academic credit to provide essential
leadership information, build skiHs, and allow students
to assess their personal strengths and weaknesses as
well as their leadership abilities. Applications are
available at the Office for Student Involvement at 200
Nebraska City Union or 300 Nebraska East Union. Ap
plications are due by 5:00pm Friday, February 27,
1998 at either Office of Student Involvement. If you
have any questions contact Dr. Kris Baack at
Due in 103 Ag Halt py *00 om February 27.
Come join us at the Campus Red Cross Annual Blood
Drive, Tuesday February 24 and Wednesday, February
25 from 11 to 5 in the Centennial Bal Room of the City
Campus Union. Wtdk-'ma are welcome. Please come
Presented by the Peer Nutrition Education Team:
Wednesday February 25,12:00-1:00 pm, East Campus
Union. 472-7478 for more information.
Earn $$ for
* Research Participation -
19-25 year old couples wM be paid*16 for completing
confidential surveys about romantic and sexual behav
kx. Contact Profeeeor Raffias*, 472-0737. ,
Faculty Lecture Series: "MidBcidtMrMNm and
Academic Freedom" Dr. Dave-Moehman is speaking
at tha Culture Center February 26that 1-2:30pm.
FREE REFRESHMENTS! _
The Nebraskaiand Council and Hostelling international
are sponsoring a free workshop on Saturaay, Fsbnmn
28th from im to 3:00 pm at International Affaire,
1237 R Street (basement). Learn the basics of
traveling outside North America For more information,
contact Christa Joy 472-5358.,
Gay Lesbian Bisexual
"Ransgender Graduate Student
Meets Thursday February 288i at 5:30pm in Tha Wom
en’s Canter. Organizing for change, community and
support. Can Mslssa at 472-0061 for information.
Lesbian, Bisexual, Questioning
Meets Thursdays 12:30-1:30pm in Room 338, Nebraska
Union. To meet, (earn, talk and laugh in a safe, informal
setting. For more information call The Women’s
STUDY IN GERMANY!
To learn mom about hew you-can study in Berlin next
year, attend the DID (deutech in deutacnland) informa
tional meeting tomorrow at 4K)0 pm at International
THE BODY BETRAYED...
Eating Disorders and Their Treatment
Dr. Kathryn Zerbe of Mennigar Clinic w* apeak to stu
dents on those topics. Dr. Zarbe's presentation promises
to be interesting and informative. KAN TO ATTEND.
Want to buy: Tommy%, Lucky’s and Wide Legs. The
Jean Outlet 3241 South 13th. 420-5151
Want to learn more about both parties for Student
Government elections? Please join us for a debate
this Wednesday at 3:30 in the City Union so you can
make an informed decision.
tou in Ddsoraii Employment
The Babe Ruth Baseball League needs umpires and
coaches for the summer. Leave a message at one of
the following numbers: 489-4252, 435-7088,
483-6214. Specify if interested in afternoon umpiring
or morning and afternoon coaching.
Wednesday, Feb. 25 at 6 pm-funion; Room Posted:
Joe MaGuiie-Swanson Russell talking about portfolios;
Bring your own far helpful hints. See you there.
tipha Kappa Psi
interested in getting involved with this
up-and-coming co-ed businesa fraternity should come
to an informational meeting Wednesday at 5:30 in the
will meet^1^3<^Ma WedrSIday^F^lPgS^n the city
campus union. Now irwwbw wdlcomo.
Come one, come aland join the fun. Wewil be having
a work party this Thursday at 8:00 pm in the Harper
Schramm Smith 24 Hour Food Service BuMna
Confidential Gay Men3*
For more information cal Dr Diaz-Perdomo at Coun
seling and Psychological Services, 472-7450 (e-null
ldiaz-perdomoOccmail.unl.edu) or Rev. Phi Owen at
476-0355 (amat oohlipOunomeha.edu).
Meeting Wednesday, February 25th at 7pm. 1105
NRC. Quest speaker Deve Un of the Bureau of Alcohol,
Everyone's welcome - No invitation needed) Please
join us for a .fult party mooting this Sunday at 3:00 pm
In the EAST Campus Union.
Meeting Wednesday, February 25 at 6:30 pm in the
Union. New members welcomed.
meeting tonight at 5:30. Room 204 HanzMk.
UNL Marketing Club
Cynthia Brown from Gateway 2000 wiH be epsaldng in
CM 25 - VWdneeday February 25 at 7:00 pm. Come
find out about internship opportunities. Reminder
Last dav to turn In resume* for 2 points.
UNL WHdUfe Club
Joe Gabig. a waterfowl biologist with the NE Game
and Parks, wiH be speaking at our meeting on Wed.
Feb. 25 at 7 pm In the East Campus Union. Everyone
is welcome. .
Sorry about the daisy, the dbmar exchange wee greet
and oh yeah, it's salmon, not pinkl
The Men of Phi Delta Theta
Congratuaitions to a> the Alpha Phi 4.0trt Tare Barnard,
Katherine Brady, Amanda Bronson, ‘
Stevens, & Kristen
Congratulations to all the Alpha Phi’s above the all
house G.PA1 Corirme Adams, Tara Adams, Joni An
dreason, Britt Anderson, JiU Avey, Nicole Baumgart,
Ranae Brester, Nikki Burtdund, Angie DiGiacinto, Jess
Ftanagain, Sally Gill, Angie, Johansen, Kristin Jenkins,
Terri Keeber, Heidi Kubicek, Renee Kuhiman, Amy
Heacock, Sarah Larson, Sara Lammal, Renee McFee,
Stacy Moxham, Christie Nelson, Midy Ponton, Risa
Rose, Lindsey Riter, Shawna Smith, Michelle Starr,
Jenny Starr, Becky Sawyer, Heidi Stephenson, Neely
Stiller, Traci Severe, Molly Stubben/Anna Swanson,
Tara Tobin, Christy Urosevtch, Katie, VanDueen, & Gin
Congratulations to Cindy Warrens on being selected
as a pre-vsterinary peer advisor. Way to go!
__ Love, Your Sisters
GET READY TO BE WET AND WILD
Congratulations to our Phi of the Week Ryan Rieker.
Thanks for making Pat's the most comfortable room
in the house
Congratulations to the following brothers for them in
ternships: Jason Dale and Craig Jones at the Breslow
Campaign,Jeff Hoover at Goodyear, Ryan Sewell at
Chuck HaoeflaoMca. _
Thanks for the frosh last weak. We had a greet time.
Tha Fieehmen of Phi Kaooa Psi
The men of Theta XI would like to welcome you to the
Unfcyaky. flood luck.inywbhflhtlutume
PsiChi is having a Rseecach Fair on Wednesday, Feb
ruary 20. It wH be located in the Union at 5:30 pm. AN
students who are interested in doing research with a
professor or graduate student come meet them and
get started. A great way to learn, network, and get
ready fey graduate school!_
Thanks so much for the timer exchange! We welcome
j/a^back to campus and wish you the best of
_Love, the Girts of Alpha Xi Date
This person will be the coordinator of the committee
that will oversee all event for Homecoming Royalty
1998. Application are available at the ASUN office, 115
Nebraska Union. Deadfcw is 4:00 p,m, Friday. Feb. 27.
r Nebraska Union Board
jv. Deadline: February 27th
Applications avaNabia at
115 Nebraska Union_
UN-L STUDENT GOVERNMENT
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