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Now accepting applications for AM, PM servers and
weekend host7hostess. Fun work environment. 50%
meal discount. Apply in person, 321 N. Cotner.
La Petit Academy is now hiring full and part-time
teachers. H you are energetic and enjoy working with
children, please apply at 2700 Jameson N. or 6632
Lens Crafters is seeking associates who enjoy working
with their hands and are willing to leam. We provide
full training on how to manufacture quality eye wear.
Apply in person at Lens Crafters, Gateway Shopping
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Laundry Land at 21st and J is now hiring for the 7pm
midnight shift, Sat, Tues and Thurs. $6.50/hour. Apply
Laundry Land at 56th & Holdredge is hiring for the
7pm- midnight shift, Sat, Tues, Thurs. $6.5Q/hour. Apply
Lazio's Brewery and Grill and Jabrisco International is
now taking applications for kitchen positions and host
department. We have flexible scheduling, half price
meals, paid vacation, and we are only a few blocks
from campus. Apply in person, Monday, Tuesday,
Thursday, between 2p.m. and 4p.m. at 710 P St.
Leading weekly newspaper accepting applications for
Sports/Ag Editor. Outstanding community, close to
Lincoln, dmaha. Aggressive pay scale & trenefrts. Call
Tom or Willis, (402)372-2461 or write: PO Box 40,
West Point. NE 68788.__
Local career company seeking part time individuals to
deliver and pick up overnight letters and parcels in and
around Lincoln. Morning drivers needed 7am to
12:30pm. Must be 18 and have good driving record
$6 80 to start, Please apply in person to 2200 West
Adams (Airborne Express) Monday-Fnday, 10-6pm.
aSFost Commerce bmk
National Bank of Commerce has the following po
sitions available: ,
Part-time Teller- Bank South, Main Bank
Part-time Credit Card Collector- (2 positions)
Part-time Asset Reviewer- First Commerce Investors
For more information, please call the First Com
merce Job Hotline at 434-4700 or visit our website
Need Some Extra Income For...
Room & Board?
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Have a valid Social Security Number and have access
to reliable Transportkion and Telephone.
•" Weekends are a must!
$7.50 to start
Call us today!
1 -888-242-RGIS to prequalify
The World’s Largest Inventory Company
An Equal Opportunity Employer
Needed immediately. Occasional evening care needed
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Nude female models wanted for photography project.
Call Jim at 423-9723.
Office management position. Business de
gree/experience with computer and communications
skills required. Competitive starting wage with great
benefits package. Send resume with salary history and
references to: Brandner Investments, 4301 N. 7th Suite
112, Lincoln, NE 68521. EOE
Now hiring for all kitchen positions. AM and PM shifts
available with room for advancement and benefits.
Competitive wages. Apply at 826 P St.
Organist for Southern Heights Presbyterian Church Lin
coln. 10 hours/week. Salary commensurate with expe
rience/education. Call 402-421-3704 for more informa
P.T. Production Operator
KOLN/KGIN-TV has a part-time Production Operator
opening. Duties include camera, C.G., & prompter.
Must be willing to work early mornings, evenings,
weekends, and holidays. Send cover letter and resume
to Personnel Assistant, KOLN/KGIN-TV, PO Box
30350, Lincoln, NE 68503. EOE
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 assistant teacher, 7:00-9am and/or
2:30-6pm, M-F. Apply at Little Kingdom Children Center,
5100 Old Cheney.
Part-time custom picture framer position in a fabric/craft
retail store. Experience needed. Nights and
weekends. Apply at Hancock Fabrics, 6800 P Street.
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.
Our Corporate Law & Compliance Division is looking
for an organized person with good clerical skills. General
duties. 4 hours a day 5 days a week. 40 WPM,
Word Perfect, Word, Excel desired. Apply in person
8:00p.m. or submit a resume to:
WOODMEN ACCIDENT AND LIFE COMPANY
1526 K Street
Lincoln, NE 68508
Part-time sales help needed-year round. Apply Elder
Jewelry, 3100 O. Street
Part-time sales rep, Monday-Friday, 5-8:30 p.m. calling
for support for children's programs. Low stress
environment. Apply in person: State Troopers Associa
tion, 237 S. 70th, suite 216, Esquire Plaza.
Part-time Science Teacher
The Edgerton Explorit Center in Aurora is looking for a
responsible, creative, energetic teacher to facilitate ac
tivities in the areas of science for various programs.
Brownie Expos are Saturday science/math programs
in Oct.-Dec. 1998. Camp-ins are overnight science
programs on some Fri.-Sat. in Jan.-May 1999. School
tours are weekly programs, family events and special
programs as scheduled. Responsibilities include pre
paring for and teaching science activities and demon
strations as well as gathering supplies. Qualifications
include experience working with children in a teaching
environment, knowledge of hands-on science methods,
science background preferred, flexible work
schedule, knowledge of Girl Scout program. To apply
send a cover letter outlining your qualifications and a
resume to Josephine Martins, Education Director,
EEC, 208 16th St., Aurora, NE 68818. Questions, call
Part-time seasonal help needed for racing collectable
retail store. Omaha and Lincoln locations. Various
hours available. For more information, call
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NOW HIRING FOR NEW LINCOLN STORE:
525 N. 48th (across from Best Buy)
Manager and Assistant Manager
Team Supervisors and Members
TWO DAYS ONLY - Apply & interview in one trip
October 22nd & 23rd from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm
^ MEDICAL CENTER
Pharmacy Billing Clark
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
1000 8.48th St
Lincoln, NE 68606
JOB LINE: 1*02)483-3696
Recycled Sounds.1211 O St.
Thousands of CDs. Thousands of Posters. A room full
of cassettes, new and collectible vinyls. —Videos— Im
port, DJ, music magazines, too.
Buying everyday. Open late.
Recycled Sounds 476-8240
Security needed, part-time weekends, at a Lincloln
Manufacturing Plant. Can study while working. Call
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!
Hiring Tuesday, Thursday a.m. wait staff and alt eve
nings. Apply at 11th & 0 Streets. 475-9475
Now looking for cashiers, hosts, carry-out personnel
10:30am-1pm. Free lunches. Good extra income be
tween classes. Apply in person at 17th and M.
We are accepting applications for
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.
Work at home, make $$$ and help protect our children
and environment. Call 730-4775 to learn more about
an excellent opportunity.
Daycare helper needed Tuesdays and Thursdays all
day. Call 4775162.
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 Love Library, Rm. 136.
NeorasKa uwnor tot entropreneursnip
Kauffman Entrepreneur Internship Program
Are you interested in starting your own business?
Kauffman Entrepreneur Interns will receive a compre
hensive experience in an entrepreneurial start up com
pany while providing the company the busi
ness/technical assistance they need to grow. For more
information call 472-3353 or stop by 209 CBA or the
SEIC office (345 NE Union). Applications are due No
#1 spring Break Specials! Book now and receive free
meal plant 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 dnnk FREE. Mezatlan,
Acapulco, Cancun! Call free for brochure
1- 800-395-4896. (www.collegetours.com)
BLACK GREEK SOCIAL
Which was to be held tonight will be postponed until
Block & Bridie
Initiates- meet in the lobby of Burr Hall today from
2- 4pm to pick up your paddles.
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
Bam Dance *98
Friday October 23rd 7-11pm $3.00
Take Hwy 77 North towards Fremont off of Comhusker
Hwy. From I-60 Junction go 6 miles to Davey road,
turn right on Davey. Go approximately 4 miles. Party
will be on the left
FOOD FOR THOUGHT
Thursday, October 22
William Draper Finlaw and Annette Murrell, speaking
Lunch 11:30, Brown Bag
East Campus Union
Free hemp jewelry workshop tonight. Come make a
necklace or bracelet UNL Norml/Hemp meetings 7:00
Thursday Student Union Food Court A. Help legalize it!
FREE SKIS!! Ski Breck, Vail, & Keystone Jan. 3-10
From $99-2nts., $199-5nts. Including lift tickets, nightly
parties, races and FREE SKIS white they last.
1 -800-TQUR-USA. www.studentexpress.com
Graduate Student Women’s
Join us as we share our experiences and discuss vanous
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.
Tuesday, October 27 is the last day to enter Co-Rec
Basketball. Enter your team now at the Office of Campus
Recreation. Call 472-3467 for more information.
Questions on Student Fees?
Comm, for Fees Allocation
Thursday, Oct 22
Student input from 7:30-7'45pm at the Nebraska City
Union, room to be posted. The Daily Nebraskan will be
making their fall presen tat on at 7:45pm.
College Football *99
Call 435-4645 for details and registration.
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.
Study Abroad in Nepal!
Spring Semester 1999! Course taught in English.
Study Nepalese culture. Affordable! $7,750 which in
cludes : trek in the Himalayas, river rafting trip,
two-day wildlife safari, room and board and round- trip
air fare from Las Angeles to Kathmandu and more... to
fid out more about this program, attend an Informa
tional Meeting on Monday, October 26th at 4:30
p.m. at International Affairs, 1237 R Street
Study in Europe Spring 1999!
The Nebraska Semester Abroad Program is your op
portunity to see the world at an affordable price. Only
$5800 for 11 weeks of study in the Czech Republic
and Greece (mid-March to early June). This includes:
tuition for 12-15 credits, taught in English by Nebraska
Faculty, trips to Athens, Prague and Munich,
round-trip airfare from Omaha and much more! To
find our more about this exciting opportunity, attend
an Informational Meeting this Thursday, Oct. 22 at
4pm at International Affairs, 1237 R St. (472-5358).
Theology For Lunch
Religion in Politics: Local to Global
Friday, October 23- Global Issues
11:30 AM Brown Bag
Dr. Sidnie White Crawford speaking
City Campus Union
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!
Campus Atheists & Agnostics
Meeting tonight at 9:00 in the Union, room posted. We
will be electing a treasurer.! _
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Thursday, OoL 22
6:30pm- City Union
Fellowship of Christian Athletes meets this Sunday
(and every Sunday) at 7:00pm in the Union. EVERYONE
The Parking Advisory Committee will meet Monday,
October 26th, 1998 at 8:00 am in the conference room
at Parking Services, 625 Stadium Drive. Suite A.
PHI SIGMA PI
National Honor Fraternity Meeting Tuesday 7:00 in the
Waiter Scott Building room 241. Everyone welcome!
Meeting tonight at 5:00 at BW3's. Come and relax after a
hard Homecoming week. See you there. "
Meeting Thursday October 22nd at BW3’s at 8
Get ready Alpha's! Diamond Days are here!
-Love your Delta Sisters
Thanks for the great time working all Homecoming
week. We had lots of fun.
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Congratulations to Sam Ushio on being selected as
Homecoming Royalty. We were behind you all of the
way. Hey, you also made great half time entertainment
-Jill.Kellv & The Men of Alpha Tau Omega
Tau’s of the week:
Congrats- your Fellow Tau's
The men of Alpha Tau Omega would love to thank the
women of Delta Delta Delta tor their countless hours of
help on building the #1 Homecoming float. We couldn't
have done it without you! Thanks and great job.
-The Men of Alpha Tau Omega
Thanks for a great week of Homecoming!
Love the ladies of ADPi
Thanks for the BBQ. It was great.
We had a great time being part of your triad last week!
Love the women of AO
We would like to thank Bill Jetter for his help in the
construction of the winning Homecoming floatl We
couldn't have done it without your help Bill.
-Frat neighbors of Alpha Tau Omega
Thank you for the beautiful flowers on Founders Day. R
added an extra special touch.
Love the ladies of Alpha CM
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