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Starting Salary Between
$6.00 & $6.50
Seeking to fill the customer service associate positions.
Part-time and Full-time hours available at a variety of
locations. Benefits available. Preferable 19 years
or older to apply. Call 435-3509 Ext.242. Mon
day-Sunday, Day or evening to set up an appointment.
An Equal Opportunity Employer
Before and after school part-time positions available
immediately in Lincoln Public Schools working with the
Family Service School’s Out program. Responsibilities
include: Assisting supervising teacher with activities,
interacting with children, and some parent communi
cation. Flexible hours available in the morning and/or
afternoon programs. Starting wage $5.50 an hour.
Application required, Family Service, 501 South 7th,
Lincoln, NE 68508. If you require accommodation to
apply or interview, please contact the Human Resources
office at 441-7949 or 1 -800-642-6481. EEOC.
Part-time, 7:15-9:15am or 3-5:30pm M-F. A short
drive from campus. Superior Child Development Center
Part-time preschool teacher position for afternoons.
Apply in person at The Children’s Place, 3900 Vine St.
Technology Support Assistant
Teachers College is looking for a student assistant
who has experience troubleshooting Windows-based
machines. Specific duties include working with Teach
ers College faculty/staff installing software, operating
systems, memory chips, moving equipment, set up
and/or check network capabilities. For more information
or to apply for this position contact Mary Sutton at
472-2896 or at suttonQunlinfo.unl.edu.
Great pay, great hours, great environment. Call
484-6834. Start today!!
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 Media 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
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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 ianr023Qunlvm.unl.edu.
The Pla-Mor Ballroom is looking for a friendly, energetic
individual to join our bartending staff. Must be 21 or
over. Call 475-4030, Tuesday through Friday for more
Now hiring part-time Am/Pm servers, carryout, cashiers,
hosts and line cooks. Apply in person, 17th and
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.
Wagner’s Food Pride has opening for part-time check
ers, stockers and sackers. Flexible hours, all shifts.
Apply in person at 3308 A Street.
Wanted energetic sales associates. Flexible hours, fun
environment. Employee discounts. Apply today at
Tradehome Shoes, Gateway Mall.
Wanted tow truck driver and light duty mechanic. Eve
ninqs and weekends. 730-7532
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
fill out an application or call 435-3509 to schedule an
e™ew Tubby’s is an equal
Weekend hours, cashier needed. Apply at Sinclair Oil,
2500 NW12th or call 474-6274. _
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 college students. 420-1438
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Open Mon-Fri, 8-6 • Sat, 8-4
Needed immediately! Someone to watch my 16 month
old son at my home, if interested call 420-9027, ask
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 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, 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
opportunity within the financial markets industry.
Send resume to DEC Futures, 800 NBC-Lincoln or
If you’re only looking for A job,
don’t read on.
We’re looking for the rare person who can recognize
the opportunity for a head start in one of the most re
warding professions. A college internship with North
western Mutual Life could be the break you've been
hoping for. You’ll be your own boss, get paid for your
productivity, and gain practical business experience.
Potential for full-time career after graduation. If you’re
an achievement-oriented junior, senior, or grad student,
we invite you to attend an information session
about our internship program. Please call the Tews
District Agency at 483-7871 today for more information
and to sign up for one of our sessions.
Valentine Ride Needed
In the period between now and October 15th we, 2 ex
change students, are going on a bike tour from Valentine
to Norfolk. In order to get there we are asking for
some means of transportation for us and 2 bikes.
Can you help us out. If so please call us at 472-2790
FREE Spring Break ‘99 with College Tours. Organize
20 travelers and earn 2 FREE trips. Call free for details.
SPRING BREAK ‘99 Sign Up Early and get $30 off, 14
FREE meals, 20 hours all-u-can drink FREE. Mazatlan,
Acapulco, Cancun! Call free for brochure
1 -800-395-4896. (www.collegetours.com)
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Are you looking for a class that will enhance your. . .
Leadership Skills? Community Involvement? Experi
ences in a Positive Team Environment? You're in
luck!! The Emerging Leaders Class is a 2 credit hour
course offered in the Spring semester. Class times are
Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday afternoons from 1:30
to 4:20. Applications are now available at Student in
volvement Offices, 200 NE Union and 300 NE East Un
ion. Application Deadline is October 2nd.
Attention Arts & Science
Applications are now available for the Arts & Science
College Students Advisory Board. They can be picked
up at 107 Oldfather, Student Involvement, and the
ASUN office. All Applications are due September 29th.
Attention East Campus
Stop by the East Campus Volunteer Fair on Wednes
day, September 23rd from 11am-2pm in the East Union.
Over 20 Lincoln volunteer agencies who need
YOU will be there to tell you about their programs.
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Attention Job Seekers
Are you interested in achieving financial independence
upon graduation? If so, plan to attend Decker & Asso
ciates presentation, “Selecting the Job Offer” on Friday,
October 2nd in NE City Union. Learn about total
compensation, types of benefit programs available,
and how to compare job offers. For time see Friday's
Attention Teachers College
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.
DISC GO ROUND
WE PAY CASH FOR YOUR CDs
Used CD’s, $5.99-$7.99 New CDs$12.99
Movies,T-shirts, posters,hacky sacks,
and CD towers.
DISC GO ROUND
50th and O, 486-0047
Free Football Winning Picks
Stats, computer, inside information, money manage
ment. Leads to the highest percentage of winners.
Have been winning for 5 straight seasons. Call
730-7779. It’s time for you to have the advantage.
For entertainment purposes only. Ask for T.D.
Free Individual Counseling
Individual counseling for men and women. Call the
Women’s Center at 472-2597 to set up an appointment.
FREE SKIS!! Ski Breck, Vail, & Keystone Jan. 3-10
From $99-2nts., $199-5nts. Including lift tickets, nightly
parties, races and FREE SKIS while they last.
1 -800-TQUR-USA. www.studentexpress.com
GET READY FOR WINTER
Women’s Club Volleyball will be selling hand-knit
sweaters, gloves, hats, socks and other cold weather
necessities. Beaded and hemp jewelry too. Stop by
the Union Sept. 28 through Oct. 1st and get bundled
We will have house plants for sale Thursday and Friday,
September 24-25th, 7:30am-5:50pm at East Union.
Lesbian Folk singer Alix
“Before Lilith Fair: The Evolution of Women’s Music."
Wednesday, September 23, 7p.m. Culture Center.
Free. Accessible. Sign language interpreted. For infor
mation, contact Barbara DiBernard, 472-1828
Lesbian, Bi, Questioning
LBQ is 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.
Representative will be at Arts & Sciences Advising, 107
OldH. Thursday, Sept. 24, 1:30-4:30 p.m. call
472-4190 for appointment.
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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On Campus Interview
Deadline September 29th For:
Andersen Consulting, ConAgra, Koch Industries, Mutual
of Omaha, William Mercer and 22 other companies.
Register ($20) with Career Services to participate. Visit
us at Nebraska Union.
The Women’s Center invites you to join us for our annual
open house. Come to see what we have to offer.
340 Nebraska Union, Thursday, September 23rd,
Roller blade Clearance
K-Z, Roller Blade final markdowns now at Play It Again
Sports, 5141 0 St.__
A safe, supportive, and confidential environment for
survivors of all forms of sexual assault. We meet every
Thursday from 5-6pm in room 338, NE Union. Call the
Women’s Center at 472-2597 for more information.
The Culture Center is hosting the spades tournament
on September 25th. Sign up with your partner at the
City Union or Culture Center September
15,17,21,23,25th. Everyone is welcome. We will be
having a Bar-B-Q.
The Culture Center is having an open house on Sep
tember 23rd. All are welcome for food, prizes and seeing
what the center has to offer.
When Opportunity Knocks
Workshop to help students seeking internships and
jobs with resumes, cover Tetters, interviews, and fol
low-up. Open to all students. Wednesday, September
23rd, 6pm, East Campus Union.
Campus Crusade For Christ
Exercise your faith. Thurdsays, 7pm- prayer, 8pm- the
CRU gathering. Colonial Room, Nebraksa Union.
CASNR Advisory Board
Meeting Wednesday, Sept. 23 at 6:00 pm in the East
Campus Union. For more information call Mick Porter
Meeting this Wednesday, Sept. 23rd in CBA 24.See
you all at 5:30pm for free pizza and pop!
Check it Out!
Diabetes Support Group
Meeting Thursday, Sept.24th at
University Health Center,
Conference Room D, 4 to 5p.m.
For students with diabetes, spouses and
friends welcome! Call 472-7477 for more
Collegiate 4-H Meeting
What does the “4” in 4-H stand for? Golf as in
Mini-Golf, Wednesday September 23rd. Meet at the
East Campus Union at 7:00pm at the 1st floor for a
short meeting followed by fun at 56th and Highway 2.
Offices meet at 6:30pm. Questions call 436-9518.
Criminal Justice Student
Nebraska State Patrol Drug Investigate tour Wednesday
September 23rd, 7:30pm 1105 Neihardt. Everyone
Wednesday, at 5 p.m, CBA 141. Guest speaker from
American Express Financial Advisers.
Meeting Wednesday, September 23rd 5pm at Kiem
327. We will move plants for the sale, please come to
help. Free pizza!
Free pizza and pop! Meeting Wednesday, September
23, 7:30pm City Union. Speaker, Coopers and
Lybrand. All are Welcome! _
MENS CLUB VOLLEYBALL
Team tryouts October 4th 1:00-3:00. For more info,
call Dave @ 472-9479.
Pre O.T. Club
Anyone interested in learning about occupational ther
apy. Please come to our first meeting of the semester
Thursday, September 24th at 6:30 in the Union.
Society of Professional
Meeting Thursday at 6pm in Avery (room to be
posted). Free pop and piz?a. Everyone welcome!
Meeting Thursday evening at 6pm in CBA 31. Social
Students In Free Enterprise
Social at Yla Yia’s, 14th & O St. Wednesday, September
23rd, 5:00-6:00PM. New members welcome! Free
pizza and pop if dues paid. $4.50 without dues, ques
tions contact 472-0746, Tania or Holly. _
Meeting Wednesday,room 230 Mabel Lee Hall 6-7pm.
UNL Wildlife Club
Speaker meeting Wdenesday, September 23rd at 7pm
in East Campus Union,
When you call 911, do you
want a quick response?
If so, come join Students Against The Lid in our meeting
this Thursday at 5:00 in the City Union
Bacardi Paradise Friday September 25th Vans will
start leaving AGR at 8:30.
Dames and Desperados
Friday, September 25,1998
Enjoy a swingin’ good time with your Dazzling
Dame or Daring Desperado
Thanks for the FAC and a wonderful Masters.
The Ladies of Alpha Chi Omega
Congratulations to this years ATO’s softball champions
AOPi active division, and Tri-Delts new member division.
Thanks to everyone who participated.
Congratulations to Sean Nichols and Andrew Mattox
for making Homecoming Royalty. We are very proud
Thanks for going to LaserQuest with us. We had a
The pledge of Alpha Gamma Nu
Congratulations to Ben Aken, Matt Timm, and Less
Sweeley for making homecoming court way to go
“Building Your (Spiritual) Foundation” Where does God
fit? Tonight, 9:30pm at Sig Ep.
The Greek side of the Navigators. Basement of the
Culture Center. Wednesdays 8:30 p.m.
Vroom! The green flag has dropped and the race is
on! Fasten your seatbelts and enjoy the ride!
Phi Psi 500 Coaching Staff
Festivities start at 5:00 with pizza. Participation is
Congratulations to Karin lossi and Kiffin Anderson on
their recent pinning.
-The Men of I <t> E
Senior Scroll Society salutes UNL greeks.
Towne Club would like to welcome our new pledges:
Ryan Lierz, Erin Donovan, Christine Moran, Susan Hell
erich and Stefani Pester.
-Love, your sisters
Senate — Business College
Committee for Fees Allocation
Off Campus Representative
Be a part of the Committee that reviews student fees,
Two New Positions
nontraditional Students Subcommittee
Public Relations Liaison
Deadline Sept. 25 at 4:00 p.m.
Applications available at 115 Nebraska Union
UNL Student Government
Wed., Sept, 23- 6:30p.m.
Information And Agenda Available
115 Nebraska Union
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NOW at Love Library,
Room 136, 472-3963.
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