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NIGHT DESK CLERK
6 p.m.-7 a.m. Sunday, Monday and Tuesday. Must
have experience with public. Professional attitude and
appearance. Some free time to study. References re
quired, apply in person at Town House Motel, 1744 M
Now hiring part time day, evening and weekend posi
tions. Free meals and uniforms, competitive wages,
open year round. Apply in person at Dairy Queen, 760
West ‘O’ St. 475-3406.
Now hiring part-time sales associates. Apply Tuesday
Morning, East Park Plaza, 220 N 66th St.
On site PROPERTY MANAGER for large apartment
complex. Field phone calls, set appointments, show
and lease units, schedule maintenance. Sales experi
ence required. Ideal for stay-at-home spouse.
Immediate job openings loading and unloading pack
ages for RPS. $6.50/hour to start plus $1/hour tuition
reimbursement. 5a.m.-9a.m. and 4pm-9pm, Monday
through Friday, NO WEEKENDS!! Applications accepted
by appointment only at:
Part-time cocktail. Apply in person after 2 p.m., Sherry’s
Dining and Dancing, 3223 Comhusker.
Part-time customer information verification Specialist.
Flexible hours. No selling. Verify Customer Information
by phone. No experience needed. Start today. Call HR
Part-time Help Needed
Retail store clerk must be a self-starter and dependable.
Must be able to work Saturday until 6pm and
weeknights until 7pm. Apply 1745 O Street.
Kan-time position tor mgn energy, aetaii-orientea,
self-starter. Call Dry Cleaning Station at 423-5580 today.
Part-Time Youth Specialist
Cedars Youth Services is currently accepting applica
tions for a Part-time Youth Specialist to work in our
Freeway Station, a residential crisis shelter for adoles
cents. We are searching for an energetic, caring indi
vidual to supervise youth in the shelter. Bachelor's or
Associate’s degree in Human Services or closely related
field preferred but experience may be substituted
for the degree. A valid NE driver’s license with a good
driving record required. Great experience for college
students. Schedule includes Saturday and Sunday
1pm-6pm and Monday 6pm-12am. Salary is $7.64
per/hour. Closes October 2,1998 at 4pm.
Submit completed application to Cedars Youth Servic
es, 770 N. Cotner, Suite 410, Lincoln, NE 68505 or call
434-5437 to have an application mailed. Resumes will
not be substituted for the application. EEO/AA/ADA.
Play It Again Sports
Part-time sales associate. Experience in sports and/or
aerobics helpful. Extra experience benefit package
available for students majoring in exercise science.
Weekends A MUST. Apply in person at 5141 O St.
Positions available for driver 12-6p.m. Monday-Friday
and mail clerk 1-5p.m. Monday-Friday. Apply in person
at Miller Mailing, 5005 S. 16th St. or call 423-6482
Rapidly growing International Investment Firm is looking
for a highly motivated individual to assist the Head
Accountant. Primary responsibilities will include:
reconciliation and analysis of various balance sheet
accounts. Preparation of journal entries and input into
accounting system. Assist head accountant in various
aspects of year-end close and audit processes. Par
ticipation in special accounting projects.
Requirements: Freshman or Sophomore Accounting
Majors- Must have knowledge of Microsoft Excel.
Preference given for knowledge of Quicken software.
Contact: Schwendiman Partners, Attn: Michelle St.
Clair. 1201 O St., Suite 200, Lincoln, NE 68508 or call
RNP Technologies Inc.
Up-and-coming computer manufacturing company is
looking for direct sales representatives. Call
Seeking year round part-time sales rep. Mon
day-Thursday, 5-8:30p.m. Looking for self-motivated
Starting Salary Between
$6.00 & $6.50
Soaking 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 Emptover
Now Hiring Full and Part-Time Positions. Inquire at
6450 O Street or call 464-7766.
Part-time preschool teacher position for afternoons.
Apply in person at The Children’s Place, 3900 Vine St.
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
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.
** MEDICAL CENTER
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. 10:30pjn to 6:30am (Monday-Thursday)
Please submit resume/application or call:
BryanLGH Medical Center East
1600 South 48th St.
Lincoln, NE 68506
Fax: (402) 483-8444
JOB LINE: (402)483-3696
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
nings 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
lobby’s is an equal
Weekend bartender, experience necessary, excellent
wages, benefits, free meals. Apply in person, Merle’s
Food and Drink, 8250 West O St., Lincoln (Emerald).
Weekend hours, cashier needed. Apply at Sinclair Oil,
2500 NW 12th 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
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
1 University of Nebraska-Lincoln
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 Agricultural students Novertis Crop Protection
will be holding an informational session on Monday,
September 28th, 1998 at 7pm in East Campus
Union. Students interested in full time employment and
internships are encouraged to attend. Refreshments
will be served.
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 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. Workshop will begin at
10a.m. and conclude with FREE PIZZA at noon.
Hosted by CBA Student Advisory Board.
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.
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 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
Reminder: Membership deadline is Sept. 25th.
Student organizations, Greek chapters, and Residence
Hall floors be sure and send your representative to the
general meeting, Monday-September 28 at 5 p.m., City
Campus Union. Attendance points will be given.
Freshman Honors Board Elections are Wednesday,
September 30 at 5:30 p.m. in the city campus union
centennial ballroom. Rock the vote!
We will have house plants for sale Thursday and Friday,
September 24-25th, 7:30am-5:50pm at East Union.
The Men’s, Women’s, and Co-Rec Placekicking Contest
will be held Sunday, September 27 at Memorial
Stadium. There is no advanced entry required. Call
472-3467 for more information.
Lincoln Action Program
When? Monday and Thursday, 3-4:30pm, beginning
Oct. 12. Orientation for tutors will begin Sept. 29th
from 4-7pm in Trabert Hall.
Where? At the Culture Center (333 N. 14th).
Who? Goodrich students & UNL students of all
Why? To assist LPS Goodrich Middle School students.
For more information call the Culture Center at
472-5500 or stop in and pick up an application.
Roller blade Clearance
K-Z, Roller Blade final markdowns now at Play It Again
Sports, 5141 O St.
ISportscards Show. Sunday, Sept. 27, I
10am-4pm. Villager Motor Inn Ballroom. 5200 I
O Street. Free Admission.
Theology For Lunch
Religion in Politics: Local to Global
Friday, September 25- National Issues
11:30 AM Brown Bag
James Bowman- Mediator
St. Mark’s on-the-campus
Trinity Student Ministries, hot topics; genuine Christi
anity, a biblical perspective. 9am Sundays, Trinity Bap
tist Church, 3801 LaSalle (NW of 40th & Hwy 2),
Representative will be at Arts & Sciences Advising, 107
OldH, Monday, Sept. 28, 1-5 p.m. Call 472-4190 for
NU vs. Hastings, Saturday, September 26th at 11am at
Whittier Field. For more information call 436-9196.
Bio Club Gathering
Sunday September 27th at 5:30pm at BWTs. Everyone
Fellowship of Christian Athletes meets this Sunday
(and every Sunday) at 7:00pm in the Union. EVERYONE
MENS CLUB VOLLEYBALL
Team tryouts October 4th 1:00-3:00. For more info,
call Dave @ 472-9479.
The Parking Advisory Committee will meet Monday,
September 28, 1998 at 8:00 am in the conference
room at Parking Services, 625 Stadium Drive, Suite A.
Pre^Pharmacy Club Meeting
Wednesday, Sept. 30th at 6 p.m. in Oldfather 303.
Questions, call 1 -800-626-8431.
‘98 Barn Party
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Buses leave at 9:30
Friday, September 25th
Vans start leaving AGR at 8:30.
Dames and Desperados
Friday, September 25,1996
Enjoy a swingin' good time with your Dazzling
Dame or Daring Desperado
Congratulations to Angie King on being selected onto
Thanks for coming bowling with us last week. You girls
can call us up anytime.
-The Pledge Class of Farmhouse
Congratulations to Sherri Neall, Erin Hamilton, Sarah
Eirek and Jennie Maran for being selected as me bers
of the Comhsker Yearbook Staff.
Love, Your Sisters
Then Love Library has a JOB for You!
•On campus convenience
•Your choice of day, evening
or weekend hours
•$5.25 - $5.50/hr.
For the best positions, apply
NOW at Love Library,
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Thanks to our wonderful ATO softball coaches Sam
Ushio and Scott Francis and to all of the other
coaches. WE had a lot of fun and next year, the title is
The Women of
Alpha Xi Delta
Extra 10% off body piercing for all Greeks. At the O
Zone, 120 N. 14th, 435-8299.
Congratulations to James Bayer and Patrick Fisher on
being selected for Homecoming Royalty.
-Your Delt Brothers
Congratulations to our new initiates: Jeff Anderson,
Ryan Shotkoski, Scott McClain, Dave Kavanaugh, Tim
Daniel, Brian Schenk, Jeff Carney, Barry Young and
Stan Beeder. Welcome to the best time of your lives.
-Your belt Brothers
Congratulations-to our new Rush Chairmen: Travis
Wright, Nick Hanson and Adam Nowak.
-The Men of Delta Tau Delta
100 guys, 100 girls, 1 boat? Don’t forget your f
nKA, 0E, KA
Thank you for joining us at Lulu’s Luau. Who know
paradise could be so much fun!
Love the Women of
Alpha Xi Delta
If you see a derby, grab it! Get your track shoes ready!
Congratulations to Garret Denafnger on his acceptance
to Golden Key.
From your Triangle brothers
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
Anyone who saw the security/police attack on the
spectator at the REO concert at Devaney 9/6/98,
please call collect 754-4430. or write Route 2, Box 142
Beatrice, NE 68310.
Looking for anyone who taped “The Farmers Wife”
movie cm of ETV Contact Kay 472-9280.
U.N.I.T.E. INDIAN TACO SALE
Friday, September 25th, 11:00am to 2:00pm.
$4 includes taco with drink. CC, LMPR.
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