Image provided by: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries, Lincoln, NE
About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 8, 1998)
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 0 Street.
Aqua-Chem, Inc. is a multi-divisional corporation and
world recognized manufacturer of energy conversion
and fluid treatment systems in domestic and interna
tional markets. We have expanded into Nebraska with
the acquisition of Nebraska Boiler Company, a leading
manufacturer of watertube boilers and energy recovery
Part-time Project Engineer will assist current Project
Engineers in planning, organizing, and completing en
gineering projects. Qualified candidate must have ex
cellent oral and written communication skills with a
minimum Junior or Senior standing in Mechanical En
gineering. • ~
If you are qualified for^heebove and would I
come a member of our te
Power letter, includim
sources, P.O. Box 82287,
Pay off student loans, earn extra income, part time
business. 1 -888-571-8461
Perkins Restaurant is now hiring servers and hosts for
the evening shifts, particularly on weekends, flexible
scheduling, full and part time hours available; Please
apply at 2900 NW. 12 Street.
Pharmacy Billing Clerk
Full & Part time Hours Available
Performs the functions necessary to aggregate and
modify data as necessary to accurately charge patients
for the pharmaceuticals used as part of their
care. High school diploma or equivalent required.
Must possess excellent math skills required for the as
sessment of medication charting. This includes a
knowledge of the metric system. Must possess excel
lent oral and written communications skills for interac
tion with hospital staff, patients and visitors.
BryanLGH Medical Center East
Lincoln, NE 68506
Now is your chance to start a career with one of the
nation's top companies. Pegler Sysco is now recruiting
qualified candidates to hire for an upcoming
sales training class. This is a great career opportunity.
We are going to invest time ana money in YOU, because
our company continues to grow and expand. If
you are currently in sales, have food service experience
or feel your background would enable you to be
successful in food service sales, send us your resume
Must be willing to possibly relocate within our distribu
tion area. The full-time position offers a competitive
starting salary and includes our excellent benefit pack
age along with great commission potential. Don't miss
this opportunity...apply NOW! Deadline for accepting
resumes is October 14th.
PO Box 80068
1700 Center Park Rd
Lincoln, NE 68501-0068
Attn: Kim Reimann
Must have your own 35mmSLR camera, flash, de
pendable transportation arid willingness to travel. Pho
tograph and-help people, "have fun at Friday and Satur
day flight events. If you tlfoeparties, action, people and
photography then put your camera to work, earn your
self some money and have fun doing it. Call: The Picture
Man 467-2577 M-F1-6 for more information.
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!
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.
The Hewit academic center is currently looking for
tutors in the following fields: upper level math, finance,
astronomy, health, geography, advertising, statistics,
accounting, criminal justice, organic chemistry 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
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
Full time/part time positions now open. Full time cashier,
part time cashier, and part time sales floor. If you
enjoy working with people, Westlake Hardware offers a
competitive salary, profit sharing, paid vacation, holi
days, and a liberal employee discount.
Weekend, evenings, and some holidays are included.
No phone calls please. Apply in person at Westlake
Hardware at 2600 S. 48th or 4545 Vine St. EOE, MFDV
Women’s locker area, cleaning attendant Monday- Fri
day 10-3pm. Apply at Northeast YMCA, 2601 N. 70th.
babysitter wanted one time pier week, days will vary,
but usually Friday or Saturday evenings for two children
ages 4 and 1. Very good pay; please call
476-7474 and ask for Sandy or Lucinda.
DAY DREAM ACADEMY OPENINGS; 6 wks to 13
years, SW Lincoln. 477-5014, Staci Sullivan.
Nanny needed in our home. Mon., Wed.,& Fri.
8am-5pm. Pay negotiable. 466-3234.
Nanny type needed for thirteen year old boy. Free
room and board plus bi-monthly pay. 435-6919.
** Flexible Hours**
Work study students needed at City/ East campus
libraries. Day, evening or weekend hours.
$5.25-$5.50/hr. Apply Love Library, Rm. 136.
Marketing intern will pay credit hour. Contact P.O.
#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
#1 Spring Break Specials! Free Meals, Drinks & Parties!
Cancun & Jamaica, $399. Bahamas, $459, Panama City,
$99. Book Now! 1-800-234-7007.
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)
SPRINGBREAK—Cancun, Florida, Etc. Best Hotels,
Parties, Prices. Book Early and Savel! Earn Money +
Free Trips! Campus Reps/Organizations Wanted.
Inter-Campus Programs 1-800-327-6013,
Dance Like the Gap Kids
UNL Swing Club 7pm tonight in the Culture Center.
DON’T KNOW HOW YOU
Do you exercise to deal with your feelings? Do you eat
or not eat when you are feeling sad, mad, or hurt? Join
our FOOD & FEELINGS group to learn healthier ways
of dealing with your feelings.
October 13th to December 15th
Call Norma at 472-7450 to preregister
FOOD FOR THOUGHT
Friday, October 9
Deb Mullins speaking “When Hope & Fear Collide”
Lunch 11:30, Brown Bag
East Campus Union
FREE EMAIL CLASSES
Intro to Bigred E-mail: Advances Bigred:
Tuesday 6 9:30am-11am 11am-12:30pm
2pm-3:30pm 11 am - 12:30pm
Thursday 8 9:30am-11am Netscape:
2pm-3:30pm Friday 8 12:30pm-2pm
Friday 9 3:30pm-5pm
All classes are held in Bancroft 239. No reservations
are required and seats are available on a first come,
first serve basis. If you have questions, please call
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.
A call for Gothie/Honror writers, for our Halloween liter
ature reading, Oct. 28th. Bring 1 page proposals to
room 123 Andrews before Oct. 13th.
Gender Wars/Penny Wars
Bring your pennies, nickels and dimes. Find out who
is the best on campus- men or women. Pennies add
to the total and silver subtract from the total. Will be
held October 13, 14, 15 from 10-2p.m. at the Union.
Sponsored by the Men and Women’s Rugby Team.
Graduate Student Women’s
Join us as we share our experiences and discuss various
topics related to graduate school. We meet every
Thursday in Room 338 of the NE Union from
12:30-1:30pm. Call Tricia, Women’s Center, at
472-9428 for more information.
Student organizations, Greek chapters, and Residence
Hall floors be sure and send your representative to the
general meeting, Thursday, October 8 at 5:00pm in the
City Union. Attendance points will be given.
We need you to help us save ives by
* donating your plasma at our
state-oAhe art medical facifity.
* Are you: 1
18 years or older?
Hu lbs or more?
Interested in earning extra
cash wHe you watcn TV read,
or just relax for a wlie?
Earn pp to $140 for donating your plasma
fonr tines. Plasma helps hun and tnmna
victims, surgery patients, bemophfiacs and
many others. If yon have had your
hepatitis B shot, yon may qnaHy far onr '
specialty program and earaup to $380 a i
, For Detais, please cal
I NAN BnMedhaKenter
Jgl < 300 S. ITHr, lincoln, NtJ
Intramural Rifle Shoot
The Men's, Women's, and Co-Rec Rifle Shoot sched
uled for Tuesday, October 6, Wednesday, October 7,
and Thursday, October 8 at the Military & Naval Science
Building has been cancelled due to facility renovation.
New Student Enrollment
If you are a sophomore, junior, or senior, applications
for Orientation Leaders are available NOW at these lo
cations: * Student Involvement Office (both Campuses)
* Culture Center * Multi- Culture Affairs Office * Office of
Admissions * All Residence Hall Front Desks
Questions on Student Fees??
Comm, for Fees Allocation
Meeting. Thurs., Oct 8
Student input from 7:30-7:45pm at the Nebraska City
Union, room to be posted. UPC will be making their fall
presentation at 7:45.
At Gay Lesbian Bisexual
Transgender Resource Center
Friday, OctT9 from 11am-4pm in Rm. 234 NE Union.
Come in and see what we’re doing this year!
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.
Applications are due today at 4:00 p.m. at the Student
Involvement Office. If you have any questions, call
Jake at 436-6105.
Only 12 more days til the
UNL Racquetball Club
is recruiting members at all levels. For specific infor
mation call Tony 475-2927.
Next meeting is this Sunday from 5-7pm. Please
R.S.V.P. by Thursday. Call Jennifer Mead @ 474-6771
or Bobbi Lewallen @ 488-6588
Sunday, October 11
7:00p.m. - Culture Center
Climbing Club meeting today. 8pm, OA Conference
Room. Bring $20 dues.
Fellowship of Christian Athletes meets this Sunday
(and every Sunday) at 7:00pm in the Union. EVERYONE
Golden Key Reception
All members new and old
Saturday, October 10th at
Informational meeting, Oct. 13 at 6:30 p.m. in
Rec Center TV Lounge. Dues will be collected.
Questions? Contact Tony 436-7955
Interested in Mathematics?
Pi Mu Epsilon, the mathematics honorary, is holding
an informal meeting 5:30 pm TODAY at Valentino's on
13th & Q. Interested students and current members
are encouraged to attend. Pizza will be provided!
PHI SIGMA PI
Weekly meeting, Tuesday 7:00 pm Walter Scott Building,
Room 241. Prepare for coming philanthrope.
Night golf, Wednesday, Oct. 7th. Meet at Practice
Arena at 6:30; bring $15.
Meeting at 8:00pm Thursday in the TV Lounge at the
Rec Center. Attendance is important. Call Christie
436-0171 with questions. New members welcome!
Meeting tonight, CBA Room 31 from 6-7. Remember
the attendance policy.
Students Against The Lid
Meeting 5:00pm today. City Union, room will be
Study in Czech Republic
Spend Sprina Semester 1999 studying abroad in
Olomouc and Thessaloniki. Earn 12-15 UNL credits.
Affordable! Cost includes tuition, round trip airfare,
weekend trips to Prague and Athens and morel
Courses include: European Studies, Mediterranean
Studies and Independent Study. Taught in English
and led by two UNK professors. For more information,
contact: International Affairs, 1237 R St., 472-5358 or
UNL Boxing Club
General meeting Thursday, Oct 15th at 6:30p.m. at the
downtown YMCA. 11th & P Sts. Beginners welcome.
Women’s Club Volleyball
A mandatory practice will be held Thursday, Oct. 8th
at 6p.m. to 8p.m. at Mabel Lee. If you cannot attend,
call Tanja at 327-0368 or Cat at 476-5332.
""" ... . ...
Thanks to the A A n pledges and the two British girls
who came over on Thursday for the frosh. It was defi
-The Acacia pledges
Congratulations to Heidi Fleck, Sarah Lammel, Mindy
Ponton, and Melissa Stevens for being selected to
University Ambassadors. Great Job!
Love, your A <t> sisters
Saturday, Oct, 10 at 10am
Congratulations to Abby Rogers on her recent engage
-Love, your sisters
Thanks for coming over to watch the movie- you guys
knock us senseless.
-The AOPi new member class
Thanks for the dinner exchange on Monday. We had a
lot of fun!
Love, the ladies of Kappa Delta
Earn $2000 for your group in one week. Participate in
a CIS fundraiser and earn quick money. No sales, aH
work done on campus. Call Sean 800-797-5743.
Thanks for helping make Do It Sober a huge success!
The men of Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Thanks for the great dinner exchange. We had a blast!
The men of DU.
Homecoming Steering Comm.
Homecoming Royalty Chair ‘99 ;
Chan. Comm. For Status of
Applications available at ASUN office-115 NE Union.
Deadline October 9th.
Lost: glasses between Lutheran Center and Vine St.
last Fnday. If found please call 436-7923.
Powered by Open ONI