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Talented Line Cooks
Challenged To Join Lazio's
Apply in person:
710 P Street
Monday, Tuesday and Thursday
If you’re tough enough, we can offer you:
-401 K Han
-And a great staff to hang with.
The Country Club of Lincoln
We have several openings for wait staff and host posi
tions. Full-time or part-time positions available. We
are looking for restaurant or club experience, a com
mittment to service, and an interest in growing with the
Premier Private Club in Nebraska. Apply in F*erson,
3200 South 24th Street. SEE OUR DISPLAY AD NEXT
WEEK FOR SEASONAL POSITIONS.
I The downtown YMCA is hiring individuals with I
an Exercise Science background to setup pro- I
grams for new members; apply at the Downtown I
YMCA; 1039 P Street. I
I The Downtown YMCA is hiring Aerobic instruc-l
tors; Apply at the Downtown YMCA; 1039 P ■
TO $500 TUITION
National Bank of Commerce is currently accepting Ap
Part-time IMer (2) Eastpark, Williamsburg
Part-time mearoom cterk
For more details call the First Commerce Job Hotline
Equal Opportunity Employe
in Student Involvement for the 1998-99 academic yead
Assistantships offer opportunities for decision making,
goal setting, policy development and evaluation. Appli
cations and position descriptions are available at 200
NU, 300 ECU, the Culture Center and the Women’s
Center. Positions filled on an ongoing hiring process.
Work Study Students:
$8 Per Hour
Interactive Media Work in a Dynamic Environment.
Good organizational and problem solving skills, HTML
java script and editing required. For more information,
call Brad Barker 472-9333, ext 396. email:
bbarkerQunlgrad 1 .unl.edu
You’re not another body here.
JaBrisco prides itself on our employees, which have
built an environment that provides excellent food and
service. Our team has openings for promising players
in Service, Host and Kitchen. Player Benefits include:
-401 K Plan
-And Respect From A Great Team
Apply in Person:
JaBrisco 700 P Street
Monday, Tuesday and Thursday
Child care Needed for 6 1/2 and 3 1/2 year old. On call
and some weekends needed. Please send letters of in
terest to 2317 North 63rd, Lincoln. 68507.
College student to care for one child, 3:30 to 6 p.m.
Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday. Prefer Child De
velopment experience. 420-1763/after 6 p.m.
Need child care in my home for 3 month old and and 2
year old boys. Thursdays from 1 -5pm. Experience and
references required. Michelle, 484-7205.
500 Summer Jobs/ 50 Camps/ You Choose!!! 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, Plano, Accompanist,
Theater, Ceramics, Jewelry, Woodworking, Pho
tography, Radio, Nature, RNa, Chefs. Arlene Streisand:
1998 SUMMER CAMP JOBS IN
Camp Buckskin has positions available to work with
youth who have academic and social skill difficulties
(ADHD, ADO, LD). Salary, room & board + travel stipend.
Possibly earn school credits. Camp is located
on a lake near Ely ft BWCAW Contact: Tim Edmonds
COME TO NEW HAMPSHRE FOR THE SUMMER!
OUTSTANDING BROTHER/SISTER SPORTS CAMPS
ON LARGEST NEW ENGLAND LAKE SEEK SKILLED
COUNSELORS FOR LAND, WATER SPORTS, ARTS.
ROOM, BOARD ft TRANSPORTATION PAID. INTER
VIEWS AVAILABLE. COME SEE US AT CAMP DAY
ROBINDEL (GIRLS: 888-860-1186
WINAUKEE (BOYS): 800-791-2018
CAMP STARLIGHT in the mountain lake area of NE PA
has positions now for enthusiastic Soph mores, Juniors,
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 800-223-5737 now. _
* * * PRE-HEALTH STUDENTS***
Have you had your “3-shot Hep B Series”
If so, you may qualify for a medical research study. Just
4 hours a week of your time can earn you over $380
every 4 weeks while you study. Call 474-2335 and ask I
• for Cory. ....
Nabi Biomedical Center
300 S. 17th Street
__ Lincoln. NE 68508_
Great Summer Camp Jobs
Top Salary, RM/BD/Laundry, Tteval AMowance.
Activities: Archery, Crafts, baseball,
Drama, Drums. Figure Skating, Football, Golf, Guitar,
Gymnastics, Ice Hockey, Hourseback Riding, Karate,
Lacrosse, Lifeguard, Nature, Photography, Pianp, Pot
tery, Rocketry, Rollerblading, Ropes, Sailing, Soccer,
Tennis, Track, Video, Waterski, Windsurfing, Weights,
Yearbook. For more info: Men Call (800)48*4-6236 and
Women Call (800)362-3752. Stop by for a casual visit
with our reps. Anytime between 10a.m. and 3p.m. on
Wednesday, Apia 1st See Daily Events Board in the
Nebraska Union for interview locations.
Life Changing Experiences
Could be in store for youl Work at Camp Easter Seal in
Milford, Nebraska with people with disabilities. Hiring
for all positions. Salary, room and board provided. Can
(402) 761-2875 for more information.
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/nurse, 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 girlscoutOtop.net. Call
402-393-4200 for an application. EOE
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, DANBEEfGirls): 1-800-392-3752.
Summer job openings for Softball umpires. Sow pitch
and fast pitch leagues. Call Lincoln Parks and Recrea
tion Athletics at 441-7892 for dates and times of clinics.
Are you looking for a summer of adventure?
Apply now for six weeks of challenge and ad
venture. We will even pay you. NO OBLIGA
TION. For more information, call ARMY
ROTC, 472-4266. \
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 1996 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 youl
Please call or write: Girl Scouts of Chaparral Council,
Inc., 500 Tljaras NW, Albuquerque, NM 87102.
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.
‘“Spring Break ‘88 Gat Going!! Cancun, Jamaica,
Bahamas, and Florida. Group Discounts & Free Drink
Parties! Sell 5 & go freel Book Now!!!
Visa/MC/Disc/Amex 1 -800-234-7007.
‘“Spring Break Trip ‘98 Gat 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.
South Padre Island. Best Oceanfront Hotels/ Condos.
Lowest Prices Guaranteed! 1-888-750-4SUN.
Attention Business Major
130 year old company has a few opening left for their
summer business and sales training program. It’s paid
with college credit available. 477-7559.
Can you use a two or thraa year scholarship plus
$150 a month? If so, caH ARMY ROTC for mow Ko.
CALL FOR PAPERS!!!
The 1998 Graduate Research Symposium will be held
on April 22.1998. The symposium is a forum offering
graduate students an opportunity to present their
work. Graduate students interested in oral or poster
presentations should submit materials by March 20.
For packet of submission materials, contact the Office
of Graduate Studies at 472-8891.
Come find out the issues concerning CBA Tuesday at
6:00 pm in the Crib, City Union for a CBA Senate Debate.
Did you know that Student Government Elections are
NEXT week? Do you know the issues? Come join us
at a debate: Wednesday, at 8:00, Abel North Lounge,
to find out where you stand. __
Unbelievable Low Prices
Diamonds, Engagement Rings,
Gold Chains and Bracelets.
Shop the Rest
’ Coaac to the Best
■ 3111 OSt 474-6844
Eating Disorders Education
For students, family, or friends concerned about medi
cal, nutritional, exercise and psychological aspects o
eating disorders. Tuesday March 10-April 14
3:30-4:45. Register at University Health Center Busi
Students $25Nonstudents $50
Free facials. 484-8465
Pre Paid Phone Cards; Only 19 cents per minute to re
charge; Call Toll Free; 1 -888-373-4171
HAPPY 24TH BIRTHDAY MARCUS VARELA!
Tuesday, March 3 is the last day to enter the Men’s S
Women’s Badminton Singles Tournament. Enter now
at the Office of Campus Recreation. For more informa
ton, call 472-3467.
The last day to enter the Wheelchair Basketball Tour
nament is Tuesday, March 3. Enter your team now ai
the Office of Campus Recreation. For more information
Pi Sigma Alpha
Invites everyone to hear Zachary Karabell, former pro
fessor at the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard
speak on the U.S , Iran and the Middle East: £
March, 1998 at 4:00 pm in the Student Union (room tc
be posted). A question/answer period will be included
snaaes of Leadership
The Shades of Leadership award was designed to rec
ognize any student, faculty, or staff member of the
University of Nebraska at Lincoln who has made e
contribution to minority development.
Both the application and the nomination forms are
available immediately in the following locations: Student
Involvement, Multi-Cultural Affairs, the Vice Chancelloi
for Student Affairs, and the Culture Center.
The nomination forms are due by 5:00pm March 6th
and the application forms are due by 4:30pm Marcl
13th. Return both forms to the Culture Center or Stu
dent Involvement Offices.
Student Nurses Association
We will be having a free blood pressure screening foi
anyone interested from 6 to 6pm at the Campus Rec
Center on Thursday, March 5th. Come get your blooc
Representative will be at Arts and Sciences Advising
107 OldH. Wednesday, March 4th, 1-4 p.m. Call
472-4190 for appointment.
Youth Baseball Employment
The Babe Ruth Baseball League needs umpires ano
coaches for the summer. Leave a message at one oi
the following numbers-, 489-4252, 435-7068,
483-6214. Specify if interested in afternoon umpiring
or morning and afternoon coaching.
Meeting Wednesday, March 4-7:30 pm Home Ec
Room 121. Speaker: Barb Gaither. All HRFS Majors
Open discussion on Homosexuality in Public School
System. Everyone welcomel Tuesday, March 3,
9.30p.m. in the Union. Room posted.
Alpha Zeta Meeting
on March 4th at 5:30 in the ECU. Important Meeting
Are you interested in NU’s student government? Are
there changes you would like the University to make?
If so, attend our VISION meeting this Sunday at 3:0Q
p.m. in the Nebraska Union.
Working together to create a stronger campus com
Confidential Gay Men’s
Wednesdays Opm to 7:30 pm
For more information call Dr. Diaz-Perdomo at Coun
seling and Psychological Services, 472-7450 (e-mail
ldiaz-perdomoQccmail.unl.edu) or Rev. Phil Owen at
476-0355 (email: ophilipQunomaha.edu).
Meeting Wednesday, March 4,5:30pm in Keim 327.
Officer Election Nomination Forms will be available.
Tour of Jacob North Publishing, Wednesday March
4th. Meet at 6:30 pm, South Side of Union, to Carpool
Over. Casual Attire.
UNL Professor of Human Parasitology, Doctor Nichol,
will be speaking on tropical medicine and parasitic dis
ease on Tuesday, March 3rd at 7:30 in the Union. Eve
Come one, come alii Meeting Tonight 7:30; Union;
Room to be posted. __
Jim Rea, Uni Serv Director for NSEA will be speaking
at the next meeting on Thursday, March 5 at 5.30p.m.
in Mable Lee 262. The topic will be ‘Resume and In
terview*. _•, _
Helping children impacted by HIV/AIDS. Meeting
Wednesday, Mar. 4; 8:15 pm; Union; Room to be
Students For Christensen
Supporters of Jon Christensen for Governor are invited
to attend. We will discuss volunteer and internship op
portunities. Please attend our first meeting on
Wednesday, March 4, at 9:00PM in the City Union or
Meeting; 5:30 Q the City Union; Room 2 B Posted
Meeting tonight at the Ice Box- bring $4. Hope to see
UNL YOUNG DEMOCRATS
Meeting Wednesday. March 4 at 7p.m. in the City Union.
Our guest speaker will be Ken Haar, Executive Director
of the Nebraska Democratic Party. New members wel
Congratulations to the Alpha Tau Omega members
with a 4.0 - George Dittrick, kelly Hoffschneider. Andrew
Weides, Chris Arnold. Eric Montgomery
Congratulations to the Alpha Tau Omega members
with a 3.5 - Mike Croom, Josh Goeschel, Justin Daniel
Harris, Brian Hendricks, Mike Hermsen, Chad Hoffart,
Travis Lore, Keenen McRoberts, Mark Nielsen, Jon
Schaack, Jedd Segrist-Andresen, Chad Spohn/Spohn
Farms Inc., Scott Spohn/Spohn Farns Inc., Jason
Stych, Josh VanBoening, Chris Wangsness, Jamie
C.O.B. Warren, Justin “Use It Return ir Weeks, Brock
Wentz, & Joel Williams
Keep up the good work!
Congratulations to the future Dentists of Alpha Tau
Omega (By Pin)- Jon Schaack, Mike Hermsen, and last
but not least Mark Nielsen
Congratulations to Waterpolo ‘98 Winners:
1 st Place Delta Upsiloir
2nd Race Sigma Alpha Epsilon
3rd Race Phi Delta Theta
Thanks for playing and congratulations!
Congratulations to Jill Lorenzen, 4 for 4 on getting into
law school, you're awesome.
Delta Love, Your Sisters
Congratulations to Kim Vincent for being accepted to
Nursing School at UNL
Hey Girls, Thanks for a great weekend of partying,
charity and sisterhood! You guys are the bomb!
Delta Love, Smoochie and the PR Team
Congratulations to Amanda Taylor on your public rela
tions internship for the Homestead Girl Scout Council.
-Love your sisters
Congratulations to Kelly Penke on your engagement to
ii-Love vour Phi Mu sisters
Congratulations to Becky Thompson on being accepted
into teachers college. We’re proud of you.
Congratulations to Erin Evasco, Erica Ballew, and Kelly
O’Connor for being accepted into Teacher’s College.
Love Pi Phi
Thanks for the great time on Friday. We’ll have to do it
The men of Lambda Chi Alpha
Gamma Phi Beta would like to welcome n K A and
£ A B to our campus.
Love, the women of r OB
Quien es mi amor?
Applications now available for bachelor/bachelorettes.
Pick one up at the Singled Out booth in the Union. All
applications due Mon., Mar. 9 at 5:30; Presented to
you by Kappa Kappa Gamma and Theta Xi to benefit
Champions Fun Center; 6:30 pm
Thanks for the great time bowling. Will have to do it
_Love, the women of r O B
Student Impact Team
Tues. -March 3
7:00 p.m. - City Union
Room to be posted
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Found, please call 436-00971 Reward offered.
FOUND: Necklace in Engineering Computer Lab. Call
436-8408 to identify. _
Silver bracelet found at 501 building. Claim at Daily
WANTED TO BUY; Playstation, Nintendo 64 and
games. 1030-8:30; 434-2896_
Raise $500 in one week
Fundraising opportunities available. Great for clubs!
No financial obligations. For more info, Call
888-51 -APLUS ext. 51.
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