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Lincoln’s leading liquor retailer is currently accepting
applications for part-time positions for evenings and
weekends. Apply in person 5560 South 48th.
Tomb of Darkness
Looking for ghouls and goblins for downtown Lincoln Is
new haunted house. September 23-October 31. Call
for appointment, 730-4784 a.s.ap. 438-2607.
Tutors are needed in the Hewit Academic Center for
the following subjects: German, Portuguese, Adver
tising, Economics 303, Zoology, Organic Chemistry
and upper level math. We are seeking upper level un
dergraduate and graduate students with a GPA of 3.0
or above and excellent communication skills are a
must. Tutors will earn $6/hour and will have flexible
and variable hours. If interested, apply at 300 West
Stadium, or call Kathy at 472-9985.
We are accepting applications for
Quest Service Representatives
Various shifts available with flexible scheduling and
study breaks. Great position for college students! Re
quires good communication, organization, and cus
tomer service skids. Ability to use computers, problem
solve, and accept responsibility. Prior hotel experience
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We are currently looking for team players to fill part
time positions. Tubby's offers:
• Excellent starting wages
• Flexible schedules
• Fun working environment
If you are outgoing, energetic, and looking for part
time work during school, this is your opportunity! Stop
by the U-Stop Convenience Shop at 17th & Q Sts. to
fw out an application or call 435-3509 to schedule an
Tubby’s is an equal
Weekend hours, cashier needed. Apply at Sinclair Oil,
2500 NW 12th Or call 474-6274.
Babysitter in our home, nice neighborhood, free room
and board, references required. Friday through Monday
hours. Call 484-6365.
Nanny type needed for thirteen year old boy. Free room
and board plus bi-monthly pay. 435-6919.
Nanny/tutor/housekeeper for 12 year old boy. Live in,
hours before and after school and 2 evenings a week.
Great job for coHege students. 420-1438
Teacher seeks responsible adult to care for one year
old Monday, Wednesday Friday afternoons.
Wanted- babysitter in South Lincoln home for 11/2
year old approximately 10 hours per week. Early child
hood or Education major preferred. References re
Work study students needed at City/ East campus
libraries. Day, evening or weekend hours.
$5.25-$5.50/hr. Apply Love Library, Rm. 136.
Financial Markets Research
DEC Futures/DEC Capital, Inc. a trading operation,
seeks an exceptional paid intern for a flexible 15-30
hours/week, committed for at least one year, preferably
through May 2000. This is ah opportunity to learn
the mechanics of trading futures and derivatives. Re
sponsibilities include research, financial accounting,
performance analysis, and preparing presentations.
Must be an excellent communicator, have strong math
skills, well-developed computer application proficiency,
i.e. Excel, and top-academic credentials. Graduate
students preferred. Generous compensation, which
eventually could lead to a permanent role or placement
dpportunlty within the financial markets industry.
Send resume to DEC Futures, 800 NBC-Lincoln or
Classes Forming Now
Call 472-7478 for more information. Classes start Sep
tember 14, Sponsored toy the University Health Center.
Sigma Alpha sorority is holding the Second Annual Ag
Olympics on Sept.-11 at 3p.m. at the East Campus
soccer field. Proceeds go to Farm Crisis Hotline. Ag
Olympics is a competition of ag events such as egg
toss, bale stacking and wheelbarrow race.
Pre-registation forms available at East Campus infor
mation desk or call Jennniter at 466-8431. Registration
will be from 2:30 to 3 p.m. the day of the event.
Calling All P.E.O.’s
First meeting is September 13, 5-7p.m. Please call
Jennifer (474-6771) or Bobbi (488-6588) to RSVP or for
CBA STUDENT ADVISORY
Would you like to get involved with the college of busi
ness administration? Apply today to become a member
of the student advisory board! Applications can be
picked up in CBA 138 and are due September 25th.
DISC GO ROUND
WE RAY CASH FOR YOUR CDs
Used CD's, $5.99-87.99 New CDs812.99
Movies,T-shirts, posters,hacky sacks,
and CD towers.
DISC GO ROUND
50th and 0,486-0047;
The Underground at 13th & Q. Retro rewind dance
party, 80 cent well drinks, doors open at 10:00pm.
Prospective and active members meeting Sunday,
September 20th 9 7:00p.m. in the Union, Food and
Graduate Student Women's
Join us as we share our experiences and discuss various
topics related to graduate school. We meet every
Thursday beginning September 3 in Room 338 of the
NE Union from 12:30-1:30pm. Call Tricia, Women's
Center, at 472-9428 for more information.
Grand Opening Sales
Starting 20%-50% off. Suzannes Fashion is at the
comer of 17th and P Street.
Free individual counseling for men and women. Call
the Women's Center at 472-2597 to set up an appoint
Interested hi Roller Hockey?
The UNL Roller Hockey Ckib win be holding a meeting
on Monday, September 14th at 7:00pm in the TV
Lounge of the Campus Recreation Center. Everyone
invited. For more information contact Mike Fargen at
436-6443 or the Campus Recreation Center at
472-3467. A Campus Recreation Program.
interested in Volunteering?
Come to the Involvement Fair Wednesday, Sept. 16th
in front of the City Union!
Over 25 community agencies that need YOUR HELP
will be available to talk with you!
X. University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Intramural Flag Football
The last day to enter Men’s andwomen’s Flag Football
is Tuesday, September 15. Don't delay! Enter now
at the Office of Campus Recreation. Call 472-3467 for
Intramural Pre-Season Rag
The last day to enter the Men's and Women’s
Pre-Season Flag Football Tournament is Tuesday,
September 15. Don’t delay. Enter now at the Office of
Campus Recreation. Call 472-3467 for more informa
Don’t miss the Intramural Sports Tournament Night
this Friday, September 11 at the Campus Recreation
Centerl! The action starts at 6p.m. and includes the
following events: Innertube Water Basketball, Soccer
Skills, Eiadminton Doubles, 4-on-4 Volleyball, 2-on-2
Basketball, and a Bench Press Meet. Call 472-3467 for
Lesbian, Bi, Questioning
LBQ » a safe place for women who identify as lesbian,
bisexual, or who are questioning their orientation. We
will meet learn, talk and laugh as we discuss our lives
in an informal setting. Meets every Thursday, 6:30-7:30
p.m. in room 338, Nebraska Union. Questions? Call
the Women’s Center at 472-2597.
Dance to blackwater at the free Prairie Stomp dance
sponsored by CASNR and UPC. Free pop and prizes
from Froggy 98.
A safe, supportive, and confidential environment for
survivors of all forms of sexual assault. Call the Women's
Center at 472-2597 for more information.
Thursday Night is Ladies’ Night
Temptations, T6th 4o St. The DJ Summit, 4 ot the
top DJ’s. 75 cent draws, $1.00 well drinks, until
10:30pm. UNL students free admission until 10:00pm
The Commuter & Student Services Center has a list of
tutors for student use. Anyone wishing to be on the list
either to tutor or in need of a tutor, fill out an application
at the ASUN Commuter and Student Services
Center, 116 Nebraska Union.
I Wanna Dance?
You can learn to dance for free with the new
student-organized UNL Swing Dance Club.
Thursday at 7 p.m., East Campus Union.
Want your Name/Address/Phone Removed from
the Stixtent Directory
The 1998-99 UNL Student Directory will be on Campus
mid October. Your name, campus address/phone, and
home address /phone will automatically appear in the
directory. If you don’t want it to appear in the directory,
you must restrict your directory information before
Friday, September 11,1906. Counter 107C, Canfeild
Administrations Building. Please have your student ID
available. If you have previously requested directory
restriction on a change of address form you do not
need to take any further action.
Campus Atheists and Agnos
Meeting 9:30 today, Union room posted. Come see
what we are about.
Meeting tonight at 9:00 inThe Union, room posted. We
will be ejecting a new president!
Fellowship of Christian Athletes meets this Sunday
(and every Sunday) at 7:00pm in the Union. EVERYONE
Large Group Meeting
Friday 7p.m., September 11
(next to Wendy’s)
First meeting (informational) at 7:00pm at the Dental
College on Thursday, Sept. l6th. All are welcome!
The UNL Rifle Club is looking for new members!
Meeting Thursday at 6:30 in Military and Naval Science
Building, room 2. For info, call John at 436-9176
Welcome back! Our first meeting is Thursday, Sept.
10th. It will start promptly at 6:00pm on the 4th floor
of the Foundation- 1111 Lincoln Mall. We will see you
there. Oh. and pizza will be provided! Questions, call
Erin at 436-6094. __
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Congratulations Joe Mahes on being Associate of the
Iftteekl Way to go LIT Joe!_
There are many committee openings for student repre
sentatives. Check the ASUN office for current open
positions. Applications available at 115 Nebraska Union.
Deadline Sept. 11th.
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