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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 14, 1998)
Nebraska’s Grand Hotel is seeking the following posi
•Head Baker FT AM
•Servers FT/PT AM/PM
*Host/ess FT AM
•Line Cooks FT PM
•Door Staff FT AM/PM
•Bell Staff (must be at least 21) FT
•Front Desk Clerk FT (7-3pm)
•Desk Clerk Supervisor FT (3-11 pm)
•Night Auditor FT (11pm-7am)
•Night Cleaners FT/PT
'Security Officer FT (3-11 pm)
'Storeroom Assistant FT Days Tues-Sat
'Salea Associate FT 2:30-10:30pm
We provide uniforms, free meals & excellent benefits.
Apply In Person
Human Resources 7:30am-6pm M-F
333 South 13th St. Lincoln, NE
Tomb of Darkness
Looking for ghouls and goblins for downtown Lincoln’s
new haunted house. Now through October 31. Call for
appointment, 730-4784 a.s.a.p. 438-2607.
U-Stop at 56th and Holdredge
Part-time clerk, Sat- 3-11pm and Sun- 3-10:30pm. Ap
ply in person.
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
Part Time Night Audit
Study breaks available. Great position for college stu
dents! Requires good communication, organization,
and customer service skills. Ability to use computers,
problem solve, and accept responsibility. Prior hotel
experience not necessary.
We are seeking self-confident, motivated and customer
service oriented individuals. We currently have positions
available in the following areas:
Department & Average Earnings in Department
Family Shoes $8.35
Fine Jewelry $9.84
Window Coverings $8.90
Women’s Coats & Dresses $10.00
Non-Commission Sales &
Sales Support Positions:
sales Associate (full & part time) in our Childrens, Athletic
Apparel, Bedding & Bath, Women’s Accessories &
Young Mens Departments.
• Catalog/gift wrap associate.
•Experienced Salon Styfets ^
We offer a generous benefit package that includes:
merchandise & wardrobe discounts, paid time off,
medical & dental insurance, income protection plans
and saving and profit sharing plans.
Apply in person:
Your Future Starts Here
If you are just finishing a degree and have an interest in
pursuing a career in information technology we would
like to help you explore your options* Unident is the
nation’s fastest growing dental software company and
is seeking highly-motivated service associates and
technical resources. If you have a background in com
puters, we have positions for technical support associ
ates and system engineers. Experience with Pascal, C
languages and/or data conversions preferred. If your
educational program is in another area of study but
you have a knack for computers and customer service,
we will train you as a technical service associate. We
offer full time positions in a state-of-the-art
multi-platform work environment with competitive salary
benefits plan, including 401 k. We will also consider
getting you started before you graduate with our
part-time training program. If you are interested in
launching your career by joining our fast-paced
team-oriented organization, send us your resume and
salary requirements for consideration. Unident Technical
Services, P.O, Box 80065, Lincoln, NE 68508.
Babysitter wanted one time per 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.
Work study students needed at City/ East campus
libraries. Day, evening or weekend hours.
$5.25-$5.50/hr. Apply Love Library, Rm. 136.
Human Resources Intern
An excellent learning opportunity for an HR student is
available at Exlperian’s Lincoln facility. This paid intern
ship will provide administrative, support for various HR
functions. Proficiency with Microsoft Office required.'
Minimum 20 hours k week proffered. Apply af
; CJiperiao.949'West Bond, Lincoln NE 68521 J
Campus Street Reps Wanta^to market and p'rwnote
animalhouse.com, the ultimate online college commu
nity. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call
#1 Spring Break Specials! Book now and receive free
meal plan! Cancun & Jamaica, $399. Bahamas,
$459, Panama City, $99. 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)
FREE CLINIC sponsored by Lincoln Public Schools.
Learn the ins and outs of officiating basketball. Held
at Lincoln East High School, South Gymnasium, Satur
day, Oct. 17 from 8:30am to 11:30am. Rudy Stoehr,
former college, high school and Big 8 official will be
the instructor. Registration will be held on site. Bring
your whistle and wear tennis shoes.
BIG RED BOOK BASH
Write a message in a book and receive a FREE Pepsi.
Thursday, Oct. 15 from 10am-2pm. East and City
Campus Union Booths.
1 University of Nebraska-Lincoln
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
Discover Oxford 1999
• Earn 6 hours of 300/ 400 level credit.
• 4 week program running from mid-July to mid- August
• Students must be of at least Sophomore standing to
• Applications available in 138 CBA.
• Alt MAJORS WELCOME!! '•
Tuesday; October 6th and 13th, 5-6pm
Wednesday, October 7th and i 4th, 10-11 am
Thursday, October 8th (CBA 125) and
15th, 1:30-2:30 pm
• All information sections at CBA 138 , except where
noted. For more information call Jill Braband at
Equestrian Team & Club
Meeting tonight 7:00pm ECU. Please come, everyone
welcome Haunted House at 7:30.
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.
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 apd silver subtract from the total. Will be
held October T3,14,15 from l0-2p.m. at the Union.
Sponsored by the Men and Women's Rugby Team.
Congratulations to the
Beadle Business Center
Winner of the Office Display
Spend the spring semester in the Czech Republic and
Greece. Earn UNL credit - Classes taught by UNK pro
fessors in English! Information meeting TONIGHT at
4:30 pm at International Affairs.
1237 R street (basement)
Only 6 more days til the
You can’t afford to miss the opportunities offered by
UNL’s CBA Exchange Program in Japan this fall. You
will live in the world’s largest city; create an impressive
international resume; make life long friends from
Japan, Ireland, England, Australia, and around the
United States. You will have the opportunity to travel
to Mt. Fuji, Hiroshima, Kyoto, and even Korea, Hong
Kong, and Hawaii! Find out more about the exciting
semester that awaits you in Japan at one of the following
information sessions in CBA 138:
Monday, October 12 at 930-1030am; 4:00-5:00 pm
Tuesday, October 13 at 930-1030am; 4:00-5:00 pm
Wednesday, October 14 at 230-330 pm
Thursday, October 15 at 430-530 pm
Friday, October 16 at 930-10:00am
Or contact D’vee Buss, Frank Greene, or Joe Frey at:
472-6805, CBA 138, or jfrey©unlnotes.unl.edu
U.S. Sen. Chuck Hagel
The MBA Student Association is proud to announce a
public appearance and open discussion with U.S. Sen
ator Chuck Hagel of Nebraska. Topic: International
trade and Foreign Policy. When and Where: Tuesday,
October 20th from 5:30-6:30 p.m. in the CBA Auditorium
(Room 143). Questions: 472-2338. Cost: Free!
University Program Council is now taking applications
for the following positions:
Event Staff Coordinator
Applications are available at 300 East Campus Union,
200 Student Involvement Office and 117 UPC Office
City Campus. Applications are due Oct. 23 at 5:00 p.m.
Everyone is welcome to apply!
UNL Racquetball Club
is recruiting members at all levels. For specific infor
mation call Tony 475-2927.
Representative will be at Arts and Sciences Advising,
107 OtdH. Wednesday, Oct. 14, 1-5p.m. Call
Meeting Wednesday at 7 p.m. in 327 Kiem. New mem
bers — don’t forget initiation.
Monthly meeting, Wednesday, Oct. 14th at 6pm in the
East Campus Union. Dr. Frederick of Ag. Econ. will be
BLOCK & BRIDLE
Meeting Thursday, Oct. 15 in East Campus Union.
Execs- 6:30pm, Initiates- 7pm, Members- 7:30pm. Br
ing $5 for Laser Tag after meeting!
Campus Red Cross
Wednesday, Oct. 14,1998. 5 p.m. Basement of the
University Health Center.
Institute of Management Accountants meeting
Wednesday, Oct. 14 at 7:30pm in City Union, speaker.
Career Services Professional meeting Oct. 13 in Wick
Alumni Center at 6pm. Can you volunteer 1/2 hour at
booth in Union for Reading Day, Thursday, Oct. 15
from 10am-3pm? Call 436-7823. Thanks.
Monthly meeting Oct. 14 from 4:30-6pm in City Union.
Room to be posted.__
The National Agri-Marketing Association is having a
meeting Wednesday, Oct. 14 at 7pm in the NE Union.
NAMA is an agricultural 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.
Public Relations Club
Meeting Wednesday, Oct 14th at 5 p.m. in Avery 201.
$10 dues and PRSA conference registrations will be
Meeting Wednesday, Oct. 14, 7pm- Executives, 7:30
members at East Campus Union.
Society for Human Resources Management meeting,
Thursday at 5:30pm hi the Union. New members wei
Meeting Wed. 6-7pm. Mabel Lee Hall room 230.
The GLBT Graduate Student
Meets the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month at
the Resource Center, 234 Nebraska Union, 8p.m. For
more info e-mail email@example.com or
UNL Boxing Club
General meeting Thursday, Oct 15th at 6:30p.m. at the
downtown YMCA, 11 th & P Sts. Beginners welcome.
Vocational and Industrial Clubs of America invite anyone
interested to the next meeting held in Henzlik Hall
room 45 at 6:00pm Wednesday, the 21st. Please re
member your $9 dues._
Wild Life Club
Meeting Wed. Oct. 14 at 7:00pm in the East Campus
Union. All majors welcome.
4th Annual Buffalo Roast
AXA ATQ ATA A¥
Coming Thursday, Nov. 19, 1998. Deadline to join is
Friday, Oct. 16. Call Dominic 435-3765.
Carnations are red, others are blue, come over tonight
and get a clue.
-Love your big sisters
Thanks for the wonderful evening last Thursday. Hope
to do it again. See you soon.
Thanks for the laser tag—it was a blast!
The women of Phi Mu
Thanks for the 70’s Party. It was groovy.
The women of Phi Mu
Congratulations to our new house officers: President
Jason Hardy, Vice President- Zach Gartzke, Secretary
Tony Cacioppo, Treasurer- Ryan Fiala, House Manager
Mike Rogers, Historian- Matt Curl, Risk Management
Steve Rogers, Rush Chairmen- Paul Bouc, Nick
Hatfield and Jeff Nicolaisen, Social- Paul Schulenburg
and Carl Schroeder, IFC- Matt Moreno, Philanthropy
Chris Wasterhold, Alumni Relations- Dave Bloomquist.
Congratulations to Kyla Mathis on becoming the 1998
Love, the Men of Delta Tau Delta
Great job singing for your composite. “Muffin Man”
can really strut his stuff.
The women of Phi Mu
The Greek side of the Navigators. Basement of the
Culture Center. Wednesdays 8:30 p.m.
Congratulations Christi Hollman and Kourtney Mueller
for being selected for Ambassadors. You make us
. -Love, Your Sisters
We are proud of you for being an Ak-sar-ben countess.
Have fun this weekend.
__ -Love. Your Sisters
Thanks for going miniature golfing with us last Thursday.
We had a great time. ;
The pledge class of Farmhouse
Congratulations to Emily Millard on being selected for
Homecoming Royalty. Good luck!
Love vour Sisters.
Congratulations to Sigma Chi on winning the Kappa
Kick-Off. Way to go. :
Lambda Nu of
Phi Gamma Delta
Celebrating 100 Years of
Come help us celebrate our 100th birthday at
O’Mallys Saturday night starting at 10:30pm.
Congrats to Erica Ballew on her recent engagement to.
Brad Martin. We’re so happy for you!
__-Love, Your Sisters^
Congrats to Lihby Baker for being accepted into the
Teachers College. Way to go!
-Love, Your n O Sisters
Congratulations to all our “Glory Days” queen Royalty.
Way to show your spirit!
Senior. Steph Ashiem
Junior Libby Baker
Sophomore: Brooke Janousek
Freshman: Katie Bonniwell
-Love, Your Sisters
Pledges: We all had an awesome time at Big Bis ‘Lit
Sis. We love you guys!
-Love. theSophomore Pledge Class
Thank you for the roses for our Founders Day. That
was very sweet.
Love, the women of A 3>
Thank you for the 70’s party. We had a groovy time.
Let’s do it again.
Love the women of
_ Alpha Xi Delta
Thanks for serenading your sweetheart, Libby Baker,
on her 21st birthday. You guys made it truly memorable.
__-Love, Pi Phi
Thanks for the blast from the past! We had a great
-Love, Pi Phi
Sats to our Lady of the Month, Jill Minster,
for ail your hardworki
UNL Student Government
Wed., Oct. 14 - 6:30 p.m.
Information and Agenda Available
115 Nebraska Union
Cartman & Kyle
Hey, I went to the Moose’s Tooth yesterday and
found the greatest North Face Shells just in case it
rains during the Missouri game.
Best of luck this week! You can be our queen any day!
Love , Jessica, the intern crew and
NU Alumni Association staff.
Happy 2nd birthday Milk,
Thanks for the memories and here’s to many more.
Remember to wear your sweats today.
-Love, The OG Boys
LOST: Men’s gold wedding band, size 11. If found caU
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