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Experian is an international organization, offering the
world's largest data and technology resources. Imme
diate full-time (8:00am to 5:00pm) and part-time
(flexible) positions are available in our Lincoln facility
tor Telephone Sales Representative (in the CD-ROM
Sales Group). These positions win aggressively market
and sen Experian’s Marketshare lead generation soft
ware. Required skills and knowledge: Windows 95,
attentions to detail, ability to work independently, per
suasiveness/sales ability, mathematical aptitude, ne
gotiation, planning and organization skills, and judge
ment. Previous sales/tele-sales experience preferred;
however, if interested, please submit an applica
949 West Bond St.
Lincoln, NE 68521
Fax: (402) 473-9761
Day and evening hours available. Math pro4Kftncy re
quired. Apply in person at Paycheck Advance at 48th
SO St._ -
Nebraska’s Grand Hotel is seeking the following posi
•Cocktail Server PTPM
•Servers FT/PT AM/PM
•Room Service FT (6am-2pm)
’Host/ess FT AM
•Door Staff FT AM/PM
•Front Desk Clerk FT (7-3pm)
•Desk Clerk Supervisor FT (3-11 pm)
•Night Auditor , FTmpm-7arn)
•Night Cleaners FT/PT
Turndown Attendant FT PM
We provide uniforms, free meals & excellent benefits.
Apply In Person
Human Resources 7:30am-6pm M-F
333 South 13th St. Lincoln, N£
Use r St Entrance
Just a few blocks from UNL!
The IANR Distributed Environments for Active Learning
(DEAL) Lab is seeking a student with World Wide
Web/Broadcast Journalism background to specifically
work in the area of audio and video distribution using
Real Madia application. Successful applicants will
have a working knowledge of Windows NT including
network software and broadcast journalism back
ground, preferably in television, and have a reliable
and timely personality. Specific duties include encoding
live (real time classes and programs) and pre recorded
audio and video tapes into the real media format for web
distribution. Must be available to monitor
and troubleshoot live class and program feeds on a
regular schedule for the duration of the school year.
Some HTML editing required for special events. Must
be able to work in team setting. Wages competitive.
For more information or to apply for this position contact
Mark at 472-4280 or at ianr0g3iwunlvmajnl.edu.
The Perfect Schedule!
■- Day Hours!
Dining Service Attendant
Individual needed to perform a variety of duties such
as dishing salads, serving on the cafeteria line, operating
a cash register and cleaning up after each meal.
Must have the ability to lift up to 25 lbs and communi
cate effectively with others.
Part-time, Benefit Eligible (7:30am-2pm, 30hrs/wk)
Part-time, Benefit Eligible (9:30am-5pm, 35 hrs/wk)
“may fill in at the Hospital cafeteria when needed
Temporary Full-time (6em-2:30pm, 6-8 wk assignment)
Please submit resume/application or caff:
BryanLGH Medical Center East
1600 South 48th St
Lincoln, NE 68506
JOB LINE: ^402) 483-3696
Tomb of Darkness
Looking for ghouls and goblins for downtown Lincoln's
new haunted house. September 23-October 31. Call
for appointment, 730-4784 a.s.a.p. 438-2607.
Truck driver wanted for fall harvest. Must be have.ex
perience driving Inge grain trucks. Close to Lincoln,
call 782-2009. v . -> r , UU
Tutors are needed in the Hewjt Academic Center for
the following subjects: Getmin;' 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 cdtKathy at 472-9985.
Unit Supply Tech
This position is responsible for maintaining an appro
priate inventory of medical, office and nourishment
supplies, forms, linen and equipment in assigned
areas. Requirements include the ability to organize
and prioritize work and react and perform under stress
and emergency situations. Data entry experience pre
ferred. 10:30pm to 630em (Monday-Thursday)
Please submit resunWappiication or call:
BryanLGH Medical Center East
1600 South 48th St
Lincoln, NE 68606
Fac (402) 483-8444
JOB LBfe (462) 483-3808
6 pack bottles
Wagner's Food Pride has opening for part-time check
ers, Stockers and sackers. Flexible hours. Apply in per
son at 3308 A street _
Hiring alt positions to get ready for the holidays.
Weekends and evenings a must. Apply Wednesday
evenings at 6:30pm. EOE'
wanted part time employees call 438-0650 Lincoln Es
presso.For shifts from 6:30am-noon.
We are currently looking for team players to fill part
time positions. Tubby’s oners:
• 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
fill 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..
Yard/shop person starts $8. Flexible hours M-F between
8:00-5:00pm. Call 435-6800 or appiy in person
1808 Wolande. __
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.
Work study students needed at City/ East campus
libraries. Day, evening or weekend hours.
$5.25-$5.50/hr. Apply Love Library, flm. 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 an 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, wed-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
opportunity within the financial markets industry.
Send resume to DEC Futures, 800 NBC-Lincoln or
for adult refu
Call Peggy at
Applications are now available for TCSAA-Teachers
College Student Alumni Ambassadors. Please pick
them up in Henzlik, room 105. This is a great opportunity
to become involved through your college.
CBA STUDENT ADVISORY
Would you like to get involvedin the College of Busi
ness? Apply today to become a member of the Student
Advisory Board! Applications can be picked up in
CBA 138 and am due September 25th.
Spend four fun-filled summer weeks at Oxford
University in England. Visit some of England's most
famous attractions. Earn 6 hours of 300/400 level
credit in business and the arts. Come find out how ex
citing ybur next summer can be! All majors welcome.
Monday, September 14: 11:30-12:30; 12:30-1:30
4:30-5:30 CBA 138
Tuesday, September 15: 1:00-2:00; 2:00-3:00
5:30-6:30 CBA 138
Wednesday, September 16: 2:00-3:00 CBA 138
Thursday, September 17: 12:30-1:30; 2:00-3:00
For More information, contact Jill Braband, CBA 138,
DON’T MISS THE SEPTEMBER
15th ON-CAMPUS INTERVIEW
AT&T, Deloitte & Touche, hallmark Cards, KOCH In
dustries, Microsoft and 21 other companies.
Register ($20) with Career Services to participate.
Visit us in Nebraska Union for more Information.
Eating Issues Support Group
A supportive environment for women who are recov
ering from an eating disorder. We meet every Tuesday
beginning September 1 in the Nebraska Union, Room
338, 4-5pm. Call Tricia at the Women’!; Center'
472-9428 if you have questions or would like more in
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.
Free individual counseling for men and women. Call
the Women’s Center at 472-2597 to set up an appoint
Interested in Roller Hockey?
The UNL Roller Hockey Club will 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!
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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 Golf Tournament
The last day to enter the Men’s, Women’s and Co-Rec
Golf Tournament is Tuesday, September 15. Don’t delay!
Enter now ai/the Office of Campus Recreation.
Call 472-3467 for more information. , ‘
Intramural Pre-Season Flag
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
Become a part of UNL’s College Bound, an innovative
program to help disadvantaged grade school children
become tomorrow's college students. Attend an infor
mational meeting 9/24 at 11:30,12:30, or 5:00p.m. in
Student Involvement (NU 200). Questions? Call Ray or
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A safe, supportive, and confidential environment for
survivors of all forms of sexual assault. CaH the Women’s
Center at 472-2597 for more information.
The National Agri-Marketing Association (NAMA) is
having their first meeting Wednesday, September 16th
at 7:30 at the Nebraska East Union. NAMA is an agri
cultural marketing organization where students gain
experience writing a marketing plan. This plan is then
presented at the national competition. This organization
not only provides valuable hands on* experience,
but also class credit. Freerefreshmente will be provided.
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Largest redistribution of wealth in history! Learn to
start your own business with Jerry Jorgensen; CEO
of 1 International. Thursday, September 17th 5:00-7:30
in CBA 308: Free pizza and pop. Check out the company
web site: www.nsionline.com/one.intl.site
Bio Club meeting Wednesday, September 16th at 6
First meeting on Tuesday, September 15th at 7pm in
the Union (room posted). All majors welcome. Free
Looking to get involved in your major with some fun on
the side? Alpha Kappa Psi has opportunities for you.
Come to our meeting on September 16 at 6:00p.m. in
the Nebraska Union to find out more information.
Campus Red Cross
Wednesday, September 16.1998.5:00 p.m. Basement
of the University Health Center. New members welcome.
Organizationat meeting September 16th from
4:30-6om. in the Union. Room tdbe announced.
Meeting Tuesday office of admissions at 6:00pm hope
to see you all there.
MENS CLUB VOLLEYBALL
Team tryouts October 4th 1:00-3:00. For more info,
call Dave ft 472-9479.
Dr. HiH, dean of admissions at UNMC will be speaking
on Tuesday, Sept. 15th at 7:30pm. Remember to bring
your dues. Everyone is welcome. Room will be posted
in the Union._ '
Pro P.T. Club
September 16th, 7:30pm at the City Union. Officer
elections to be held. Social following the meeting.
Meeting Tuesday, September 15th at 5 p.m. in the Un
ion. Everyone is welcome.
School Supply Drive
for At Risk Children
Bring new supplies to the Student Education Associa
tions first meeting on September 15th, 6:00 Mabel
Lee 262. Come learn about SEA and enjoy free pizza.
Spend Spring Semester in
Study abroad in Toledo, Spain in the spring of 19991
To Find out more about this program, attend an Infor
mational Meeting on Wednesday, September 16th at
5:30 p.m. in the International Affairs Student Lounge
(basement) 1237 R Street.
Student Impact Team
First Meeting of the semester!!
Room to be posted
Students For Life: H.
First meeting Tbesday, Sept. 15 St 9:30 In the Union.
New members welcome!
The Graduate GLBT Student Association meets the.
1st and 3rd Wednsday of eactvmonth at the Resource
Center,^234 Nebraslte Union, jlgjin^For^more info
Get informed and involved this election year thisTues
day, 7pm in the Nebraska Union. Room posted. Guest
speaker Senator David Landis. Everyone welcome.
Thanks for hitting links with us Thursday. We will putt
around with you anyday.
-The Theta Xi Associates
Thank you for going bowling with us Wednesday night
For those of us that lost, what do you ladies want for
-The Theta Xi Associates
We had a ‘ball" bowling with you guts last week,
thanks for the good time!
Towns Club Sorority
Don’t just be another face in the crowd. Rush informa
tion meeting Monday, September 14th at 6:00pm in
City Campus Union in the Pewter Rm. Come be a part
of something special. For questions call Erin at
Welcome to SCC new initiates!) Spectacular perfor
mance last Thursday. We are looking forward to this
PS. Wear your tanks! , ■- ^
Committee for Fees Allocation
Residence HaH Representative
Be a part of the Committee that reviews student fees.
iwo new rosiuofH.
nontradKional Students Subcommittee
Public Relations Liaison
' Deadline Sept. 25 at 4:00 p.m.
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