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Looking for charismatic, motivated leaders to help with
organizing seminars. Individuality & uniqueness a plus.
Ken 420-6984 _
Looking for part/full time 3rd shift Stockers. We offer
benefits, flexible scheduling, competitive pay and
great place to work. Stop in today and contact Human
Resource Coordinator, Amy Colling at 27th and Corn
husker or call 466-7100.jt
Merry Manor School of Childhood Inc. has perfect
Monday-Friday openings, no evenings.
• Morning positions from 7a.m. to 9a.m.
• Afternoons positions from 3p.m. to 5:45p.m..
Apply in person at 320 N. 48th (across from Target).
National Rank of Commerce
a 4Rrst Commerce bank
National Bank of Commerce has the following po
Part-time Teller - East Park
Part-time Research Clerk - Account Services
Part-time Asset Reviewer- First Commerce Investors
Teller - Main Bank, Williamsburg
Need a Little Extra Cash?
Sharp Personnel has full and part time shifts available
for Centurion International. Perfect for Moms and col
lege students. Call 420-6688 to get stared NOWllil
Need energetic person with initiative. Part-time, variable
hours mainly evenings and nights. $7.50 starting.
Commercial and industrial cleaning. Must be able to lift
501b. This is not office cleaning. Midlands Cleaning
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
I Now hiring. Osco Drug 56th and Highway 2. Part I
time camera position. Mon-Fri, 12p.m.-5p.m. I
Apply at the camera department. EOt I
Old Country buffet now hiring customer service , dish
washer and line server. No late nights. Meal discounts.
Apply in person 2241 O Street.
Park Place Chevrolet & Imports, Inc. is looking for an
enthusiastic, professional individual to answer
multi-line phone and greet customers. The position is
part-time in the evenings and on the weekends. Call
434-5100 and ask for Angie or Jeff.
Part time work!!
Positions must be filled by 10/21; No telemarketing.
$12.15 to Start
Work 10-40 hours around class schedule. Call
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.
Part-time position for high energy, detail-oriented,
self-starter. Call Dry Cleaning Station at 423-5580 today.
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 maH clerk IrSp-m. Monday-Friday. Apply in person
at Miller Mailing, 5005 S. 16th St, or call 423-6482
Hiring part-time delivery drivers. Set own hours. Earn
$8-11 per hour. Call Jeff 483-5050 after 4:30pm.
For Inner-city School children. 15-20 hours per week.
$5.70 per hour. Apply F St. Recreation Center, 1225 F
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
SPRING BREAK 99!
Cancun * Nassau* Jamaica* Maztlan* Acapulco*
'Bahamas Cruise* Florida* South Padre*
Travel Free and make lots of Cash!
Top reps are offered full-time staff jobs.
Lowest price Guaranteed. Call now for details!
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 Tbe Children’s Place, 3900 Vine St.
Must be 19.
The Athletic Business Office is seeking a student as
sistant. Duties include filing, photo copying, assist
with answering the phone, and other duties as assigned.
Apply in room 113 South Stadium or call Craig
at 472-2273 for details.__
The Athletic Department is seeking a student assistant
to process and distribute mail for all the offices within
the Athletic Department. Six hours a day with flexible
hours to fit student schedules. Responsible for all as
pects of department mail. MUST be reliable and able
to work under pressure. Interested students can apply
at the Athletic Ticket Office, 625 Stadium Dr., Suite E.
Applications must be received in the Athletic Ticket Of
fice by 5p.m. on Tuesday, October 6,1998.
The Hewit academic center is currently looking for
tutors in the following fields: upper level math, finance,
astronomy, health, geography, advertising, statistics,
accounting and economics. Tutors must be upper level
undergraduates or graduate students who maintain
a 3.0 or better GPA. If interested, please visit our
website and apply on-line. Our address is
The Lincoln Journal star is looking for people who
would like to make $400-$500 a month delivering
newspapers. Call 473-7117
Now hiring part-time Am/Pm servers, carryout, cashiers,
hosts and line cooks. Apply in person, 17th and
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.
Wait staff needed; $15-25 possible. Cooks also
Weekend bartender, experience necessary, excellent
wages, benefits, free meals. Apply in person, Merle’s
Food and Drink, 8250 West O St., Lincoln (Emerald).
DAY DREAM ACADEMY OPENINGS, 6 Wks to 13
years, SW Lincoln. 477-5014, Staci Sullivan.
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 Xove Library, Rm. 136.
Dinosaurs, Etc. Needs help with museum photo journal
Prefer Seniors or graduate students with Paleontology
anthropology, or zoology background. If interested, con
tact Jitt at 472-0090.
#1 Spring Break company is now hiring motivated in
dividuals to promote America's best spring break va
cations. Sell trips, earn cash, go free! 1-800
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, V
FREE meals, 20 hours all-u-can drink FREE. Mazatlan
Acapulco, Cancun! Call free for brochuri
1 -800-395-4896. (www.collegetours.com)
SPRINGBREAK—Cancun, Florida, Etc. Best Hotels
Parties, Prices. Book Early and Save!! Earn Money ■
Free Trips! Campus Reps/Organizations Wanted
Inter-Campus Programs 1-800-327-6013
,1 University of Nebraska-Lincoln
“I have learned that you must understand yoursel
(goals, dreams, values) before you go after your fu
-1998 ELC Participan
The Emerging Leaders Class is a 2 credit hour cours<
offered in the Spring semester. Class times are Monday
Tuesday or Wednesday afternoons fron
1:30-4:20pm. Applications are available at Student In
volvement Offices- 200 NE Union and 300 NE East Un
ion. Application deadline is Oct. 2.
Learn to communte^te'rouMtmights and feel
ings more effectively. Mondays 2:30-4:30p.m.,
Sept. 28-Nov. 1.6. Call Sue 472-7450.
Attention Job Seekers
Are you interested in achieving financial independenci
upon graduation? If so, plan to attend Decker & Asso
ciates presentation, “Selecting the Job Offer” on Friday
October 2nd in Colonial Room at the City Union
Learn about total compensation, types of benefit pro
grams available, and how to compare job offers
Workshop will begin at 10a.m. and conclude wit!
FREE PIZZA at noon. Hosted by CBA Student Advisor
Lincoln Action Program & the UNL Culture Center
We’re looking for a few good men and women to tuto
middle school and high school age students onc<
and/or twice a week.
WHEN: Monday and/or Thursday from 3p.m. t<
4:30p.m. beginning Oct. 12.
WHERE: Culture Center (333 N. 14th St,)
WHY: to help LPS middle and high school student:
excel in their academics.
For more information call the Culture Center a
472-5500 or stop in and pick up an application. ^
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 0,486-0047 _
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FREE SKIS!! Ski Brack, Vail. & Keystone Jan. 3-10
, From $99-2rrts., $199-5nts. Including lift tickets, nightly
parties, races and FREE SKIS while they last.
1 -800-TQUR-USA. www.studentexpress.com
Graduate Student Women’s
Join us as we share our experiences and discuss various
topics related to graduate school. We meet every
I Thursday in Room 338 o1 the NE Union from
12:30-1:30pm. Call Tricia, Women’s Center, at
472-9428 for more information.
Intramural Faculty/ Staff
Tuesday, October 6 is the^tfUlay to enter Co-Rec
Faculty/ Staff Volleyball. Don't delay! Enter your team
now at the Office of Campus Recreation. Call
472-3467 for more information.
i The Manager Meeting for Men’s and Women’s Indoor
Soccer will be held Thursday, October 1 at 5p.m. in
■ the Nebraska Union. Each team must have one repre
sentative present to be eligible for competition. Call
472-3467-for more information.
Tuesday, October 6 is the last day to enter Men’s and
[Women’s Volleyball. Don’t delay! Enter your team now
at the Office of Campus Recreation. Call 472-3467 for
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
f 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.
On Campus Interview
Deadline Oct. 6th for:
American Express Financial, Cerner Corp, Kiewit,
Lockheed Martin, US Bank and 8 other companies.
Register ($20) with Career Services to participate. Visit
us at Nebraska Union.
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.
Only 19 more days til the
Unity Chat and Snacks
Come discuss Racism and Prejudices with interactive
skits by UNL Diversity Players. Smith 1st floor confer
' ence room. Oct. 1,7-8pm.
UNMC PHYSICAL THERAPY
Representative will be at Arts and Sciences Advising,
107 OldH. Thursday, Oct 1,10-2 p.m. Call 472-4190
Block & Bridle
Meeting Thursday, Oct. 1 in the Animal Science Bldg
Room A132. Officers 6:30pm; anyone interested in
joining 7:00; members 7:30. Open to anyone interested
Fellowship of Christian Athletes meets this Sunday
(and every Sunday) at 7:00pm in the Union. EVEFIYONE
Friends of the Deaf
Everyone welcome! Thurs., Oct. f,at7, p.m. 3rd floor of
Barkley lounge._ -
Mechanized Systems *
Management Club Meeting
Meeting Thurs. Oct.1 at 6 p.m. L.WC room 148. Guest
speakers: Cenex/Land O’Lakes. Steak dinner following
meeting. Everyone encouraged to attend.
Meeting tonight, 7 p.m. in the Union, room to be
posted. Everyone welcome.
MENS CLUB VOLLEYBALL
Team tryouts October 4th 1:00-3:00. For more info,
call Dave « 472-9479.■
Society for Human Resource
Meeting Thursday, 5:30p.m. in theUnion. New members
Student Education Association
Meeting on Thursday, Oct. 1 at 6pm in Mabie Lee 262.
Students Against the Lid
Initiative 413 directly, affects your life. Come join us to
night at 5:00pm in the East Campus Union.
We had a blast with you girts on thegreens Sunday.
Also a special thanks to our best DRIVER, Erika!
The men of DU
Thanks for the wonderful dinner exchange. You guys
are true gentlemen!
The women of Alpha Xi Delta
Congratulations to Drew Glashoff and Heather Barth
on their recent engagement. We wish you both the
very best in the future.
Thanks for coming over fro the Hawiian Party. We had
a great time!! %
-The associates of Theta Xi
Thanks for the dinner exchange. We will do it again
The men of AGR
Extra 10% off body piercing for all Greeks. At the 0
Zone, 120 N. 14th, 435-8299.;
Congratulations to the following AO smartie Pi’s:
Stacy Foller, Christa Hamilton, Amy Hassebrook, Marie
Holtmeier, Karlie Johnson, Kristy Keller, Fthiannon Ken
ner, Ann Mulligan, Kristin Nathan, Jeana Seitzinger,
Jen Stauffer, Erin Walker, Jen Rajewich
&5 or better
Lori Armstrong, Angie Bose, Kay Dowd, Melissa
Gonnion, Christy Hamilton, Jan Hill, Becky Hyde, Anna
Janssen, Angie King, Amber Koch, Angie Kuhlman,
Molly Leeper, Jenny Martin, Laura McWilliams, JiH
Neddenriep, Sara Russell, Steph Scheerger
And congrats on an all-house G.PA of 3.428!
Do It Sober
Announcing the 16th annual Do it Sober presentation,
Oct. 5 at 7:00 p.m. at the Leid Center presented by
Sigma Alpha Epsilon and Gamma Phi Beta.
Thanks for playing laser tag with us- we had a blast!
The new members of
Alpha Xi Delta
Congratulations to our Mud Volleyball and Water Bas
__DU pride- love your brothers
Thanks for the Barn Bash! We had a great time.
-The metvof Pi Kappa Alpha
Congratulations to Laura Lessley and Molly Weichman
on being selected to the Homecoming Court! Good
luck to you both!
-Love, Your sisters
Congratulations to our newest pledges Shelly Hood
and Alana Rassmussen. We are happy to have you!
Ixv^^he ladies of Kappa Delta
Congratulations to Jill Kalvelage and Jacque Katt for
being selected for University Ambassadors. Way to go
girls, we are so proud!
Love in AOT,
Thanks for the mixer on Safurday. We had a prime
The men of AGR
Mookalakahikicmonyouwannaleime, Thanks for the
_AOn new members
Plumbers need to remove excess waste.
Homecoming Steering Comm.
Homecoming Royalty Chair ‘99
Chan. Comm. For Status of
Applications available at ASUN office- 115 NE Union.
Deadline October 9th.
FOUND: Photo of Nathaniel, 2 1/2 years old, taken
May, 1994. To claim, call Sue Ann, 472-3545 or
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