The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, March 18, 1998, Page 16, Image 16

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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.
Youth Camp Staff
UNL Office of Campus Recreation
Positions open for students (40 hours/week and
part-time positions available) June 1st-August 7th at
$5.50-$6.00 per hour. Qualifications: Previous experi
ence with related youth activities and recreation is de
sirable. Lifeguards also needed. Applications available
at 55 Campus Recreation Center or 32 East Campus
Activities Building. Application deadline APRIL 3rd.
Expanding business in India. Looking for associate
who is bilingual. Call (206)270-2859.
Ride to Yakima, Washington and return to Lincoln.
Share Expenses. See Robert at 2025 C Street
Spring Break Headquarters
Moose's Tootn. 4007 O St., 489-4849. Teva sandals
and Oakley sunglasses.
Part-Time Jobs, Summer Jobe, Internships
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Wednesday. April 8.1998
9:30 am - 3:30 pm • NEUnion, City Campus
brought to you by SEIC
UNL's Student Employment and Internship Center
345NEUnion • 472-1452
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Argentine tango
Classes begin Aprt 1 through May 20 (All levels)
Dance Sport USA, 484-7255.
Used CD’s, $5.99-$7.99 New CDs$12.99
Movies,T-shirts, posters, hacky sacks,
music books
and CD towers.
50th and 0,466-0047
Free Food and Prizes!
Alpha Zeta Quiz Bowl
Wednesday, March 18th at 5:00p.m. Need a team of
four. Sign up on site in the Animal Science Building.
The Manager Meeting for Co-Rec Slow Pitch Softball
will be held Wednesday, March 18 at 5:00 p.m. in the
Nebraska Union. Each team must have one represent
ative present to be eligible for competition. Call
472-3467 for more information.
The Manager Meeting for Men's and Women's Soccer
will be held Wednesday, March 18 at 6:00 p.m. in the
Nebraska Union. Each team must have one represent
ative present to be eligible for competition. Call
472-3467 for more information.
We are seeking dynamic, entrepreneurial individuals
who are committed to expanding educational opportu
nity in this country and to helping shape the con
sciousness of their peers. Sophomores and Juniors
with leadership experience are preferred. To explore
this opportunity further, please contact Megan
Mathehy, Western Campaign Director for Teach For
America" at 1-800-832-1230, extension 218.
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.
Make Money While Making A Difference!
Hudson Bay Company Is Hiring More
Great Communicators.
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-Assistant pool manager -£ar cart staff
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• a chence to wort with the boot in the business
• end of season bonus fsr seasonal staff
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Student Foundation
Student Foundation Scholarships recognize a UNL
student for his/her academic excellence, leadership,
and high integrity. Three scholarships are awarded
and are $300 each. Applications available at Student
Involvement, 200 City Union and 300 East Union.
Student Organization Office Space Applications
for 1998-99 are now available! Applications are
INSIDE the March issue of the Channels news
letter, mailed directly to organization Presidents
and Advisers. Applications give organizations
consideration for office space, desk space*
and/or filing/storage space in the Nebraska
Unions and Culture Center. Additional applica
tions are available in Student Involvement (City
and East) and at
The deadline for application submissions is Fri
day, April 3,1998. For additional information in
formation, contact Student Involvement at
Study Abroad Informational
There will be a Study Abroad representative from Beaver
College at the International Affairs Office today
and an informational meeting will be held from
4:00-5:00 p.m. Students can find out about overseas
study opportunities—1237 R Street in the Conference
Teachers College Students
Please sign up for appointments with advisers on the
World Wide Web:
Actuarial Science Club
Meeting TONIGHT, 7 pm in CBA 342. New Members
Welcome. We’ll be discussing study groups. Free Pizza.
Agronomy Club
Speech Contest and RegularMeeting. 7:00 PM TO
NIGHT, 327 Keim.
Campus Athiests & Agnostics
Professor Haller will present: “The Age of Faith” Thurs
day 8:00pm, City Union
If you are a member read this!!! Elections are Wednes
day, March 18 - CBA 25 at 5:30 pm. Be there and
help elect our new fearless leaders
Finance Club
Speaker Will be Ann Hannsen, from NBC.
Room 107, TONIGHT CBA at 6:30 pm. We will also be
holding nominations for next year’s officers. Everyone
is welcome.
Independent Student Association meeting Wednesday,
March 18, 4.30-5.30 p.m. Student Union (Room
Lesbian, Bisexual and
Questioning Discussion Group
Thursday, 12:30 - lT30 pm and now 7-8 pm in room
338, Nebraska Union. Come and talk in a safe, informal
setting. For more information, call the Women’s
Center at 472-2597.
Mechanized Systems
Management Club
March 19 at 6 p.m. New Holland representative and
Genesis Tractor Test Drive at Machinery lab of Tractor
Test Building. Open to everyone.
Student Dietetic Association
Meet with us Thursday, March 19 at 5:30 in HE 121.
There will be student speakers, food and fun!
Student Foundation
Meeting Thursday at BW3’s at 7:30. Hope to see you
there! There will be free wings!__
Students for Christensen
Wednesday, March 18
9:00 p.m.
CBA #107
Meeting Wednesday, March 18th at 7p.m. in 120 Bur
nett. Gubernatorial candidate Bill Hoppner will be
speaking. New members welcome.
Thanks for the use of your Christmas lights. We really
appreciated it!
Love, the Ladies of Towne Club
Congratulations to Jill Maaske for being selected as
the President of Innocents Society and Katherine Brady
for the Pi Sigma Alpha Award at the Mortar Board
Banquet. Way to go!!
Love Your Alpha Phi Sisters
It's so nice to be...'your neighbor!’ Thanks gals, we
had fun on Friday!
The Women of Alpha Omicron Pi
We had a great time Ladies at the Frosh. We’re looking
forward to doing a lot more wlthyou.
_me Farmhouse Pledges
Congratulations to Sarah Scheerger on being elected
Public Relations Chair and Karlie Johnson, Treasurer
of Pi Lambda Theta.
Keep up the great job on study hours. We are counting
The Women of Delta Gamma
Congratulations to Kate Hutchens on receiving the In
nocents Freshman Scholarship and Mortar Board No
Love, Your Sisters
Congratulations to Kelly Pollard and Lindsay Peterson
on your selection to Mortar Board.
Love, Your Sisters
Congratulations to our new ASUN members:
Chelsy Harris and Steph Artz: 2 for 2 on Teacher’s
College Senate
Lindsey Daubman: General Studies Advisory Board
Kate Hutchens: CASNR Advisory Board
Jill Johnson: Human Resources Advisory Board
Congratulations to Cortni Wiese on your engagement.
Love, Your Sisters
Congratulations to Melissa Tennrson and Chelsy Harris
on receiving the Mortar Board “Pi Sigma Alpha’ Honor.
Love, Your Sisters
Kappa Chapter celebrated 125 years of Delta Gamma.
The Collegiate awards were:
Outstanding Senior: Liz Going
Outstanding Junior: Brittany Kolsie
Outstanding Sophmore: Chelsy Harris
Outstanding Freshman: Kate Hutchens
Susan Thompson Budler Memorial Scholarship: Kelly
Congratulations freshmen on winning the C basketball
tournament. Way to keep the tradition alive.
-Men of Farmhouse
Our deepest sympathies to the women of Gamma Phi
Beta. Our hearts are with you in your time of need.
-The Men of Phi Delta Theta
The men of Ag Men express their condolences for your
loss. You’re in our prayers.
-The Men of Ag Men
“Feeling Stressed-Out?" Where does God fit?
Wednesday. 3/18 at 9:30 pm; Alpha Xi Delta.
Congratulations to these outstanding Thetas:
Beth Schaffart for being accepted into grad school at
the University of Iowa, Charisse Deuel for making the
UDA staff, and Emily Pyeatt for being elected to ASUN.
_Love your sisters
Congratulations to Jillian Dworak for being selected to
the mortar board notables! Way to go! We're so
proud of you!
Love, in APT, Your Sisters
Congratulations to Neal, Dom and Andy for winning
the 3 on 3 Soccer Tournament. Thanks to the Women’s
Soccer Team for the event.
The Men of Lambda Chi Alpha
Congratulations to Kara Slaughter, Jenny Dunbar, Erin
Evasco and Sommer Sjulin for being elected into
ASUN positions.
Love, Pi Phi
Congratulations to Mike Schmidt for being elected to
College of Arts and Sciences Advisory Board, and to
Brad Reynolds for being elected to College of Human
Resources and Family Science Senate.
To the Ladies of Gamma Phi Beta -
Our thoughts and prayers are with you during these
Love, the Ladies of Kappa Delta
Congratulations to Joel Pehrson on his internship with
the Nebraska Energy Office.
-Your Triangle Brothers
Found Keyring with key by Mabie Lee; Claim at Daily
Found: Paper on East Campus; Call 436-6376.
FOUND: Calculator in Avery. Call 438-8375.
Keys found Saturday Near University Health Center.
Leather Keyring with a K. Caw 472-7576 to Claim.
Lost, Amethyst ring near Rec center or Commuter lot
by HSS. If found call 486-3416._
Buying Retired Beanie Babies-Coral, Sting, Libearty,
Tusk, Caw, Teddy, Flutter, Chops, more. Cash
RETRO will pay cash for your designer and brand
name clothing. 1717 O Street. 475-5151.
WANTED: Phish Bootlegs. Will pay. Call 476-3256.
Have fun - Raising Funds
For your Clubs, Teams, & uroups.
Earn up to $500 or more! Put our 25 years of fundraising
experience to work for you. Call nOwfor details on
a FREE CD of your choice. 1 -800-592-2121 ext. 106.
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