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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 9, 1998)
UNL representatives receive
international fashion awards
FASHION from page 9
tume dress with modem fashion.
“Her role as student allows her to
experiment in a huge variety of
venues,” Trout said. “I think she’s in
the position now to develop her own
Other UNL students who had
designs accepted into the competition
were: Kaoly Xiong for “Oriental
Costume,” Michelle Boicourt for
“Phone Home” and “The Domino
Effect,” Nga Vu for “Emma Peel
Revisited” and “Sheer Interlude,” and
Sally Holman Hebert for “Holy
The International Textile and
Apparel Association is the premier
organization for academics and profes
sionals in the textile and design indus
try. Every year, the organization spon
sors a conference to present informa
tion on the latest trends in textiles and
At the conference, the association
sponsors both a mounted exhibition
and a runway exhibition. Graduate and
undergraduate students as well as fac
ulty members can submit pieces to the
exhibit. This year’s conference, held in
Dallas, featured 50 exhibits out of 150
The accepted works were mounted
in a gallery exhibit for three days and
then presented in a runway fashion
Trout said the conference provided
a chance for students to gain name
recognition in the textiles field.
“It allows students to get feedback
about how their work is accepted and
how their work competes in an interna
tional setting,” Trout said.
Considering the amount of atten
tion UNL works garnered at the con
ference, Quevedo said, Nebraska stu
**iteopiemoiff community may not
see Nebraska at the forefront of the
fashion industry,” Quevedo said, “but
people really do look up to Nebraska.”
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Rare century old etched window 32 inches by 26
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1989 Toyota Camry. 126,000 miles. Excellent condition.
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1991 Ford Escort wagon, 4-door, 94,000 miles, auto
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1991 Geo Metro convertible, white with black top
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UNL SENIOR MOLLY BURGHER, a textiles, clothing and design major, models
a dress designed by UNL lecturer Vince Quevedo. The dress, made of vinyl
and silver netting, won a Best of Show award at the International Design
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400s Housing 40^
3 girls looking for 1 or 2 roommates to share nice biq
Available now 3 bedroom apartment, very nice, brand
new, 5 minutes from City Campus. Move in December
and rent free. 1st & Superior. Call ASAP (402)
Deal- $225 + 1/4 utilities, to share house near campus.
Laid back person, male or female. 476-5130. _
Female roommate needed to share 2BR duplex. Close
to campus, $175/month pluAtilities. Call 476-5370.
Female roommate wanted to share 2BR, 2 story
apartment. $170/month + 1/2 utilities, lease required
but details flexible. Parking space, A/C and laundry fa
cilities. Must be tolerant of my cats and smoking. Con
tact Denise at 489-0021. _
M/F roommate needed. 2BR spacious apartment
Close to campus, $212.50/month +1/2 electric and
phone. Call Steven 477-6389.
M/F, January 1st, 3BR, 2 bath, duplex, A/C, W/D 2 car
garage, $265 +1/3 utilities. Cali Craig 474-5366.
Male or Female roommate wanted Immediately to
share nice 2BR, 2 bathroom apartment with W/D
$285+ 1/2 utilities. 486-1642 or 499-1819.
Male roommate for 2 bedroom apartment, grad student
preferred. $250+1/2 utilities. 476-4855._
Need roommate to share 2BR house. Has W/D, garage
space and fenced-in backyard for pets. If interested
call 438-8449, ask for Dustin.
Needed 2-3 nonsmoking M/F roommates to share
house. Available in January, $200/month. Call
Roommate needed for 3 bedroom 2 bath at Fountain
Glen. Washer/Dryer included $262 plus 1/3 utilities
Roommate needed for house close to campus.
$175/month +1/5 utilities. Call 476-4236.
Roommate needed for nice 5BR house near campus
$200/month + 1/5 utilities. 477-1429.
Roommate needed for newer duplex. Walk to campus.
Garage. Available January. 476-1039.
Roommate needed to share 3 bedroom house. $210 a
month + phone+cable. Call MeWssa or Tressa at
Roommate needed, 2BR apartment at Ruskin Place,
furnished, clubhouse, pool and more. $285+1/2
Finished basement, one bedroom, all utilities paid.
Available January 4th, $350, Randolph Elementary area.
Need roommate(s) to share 4 bedroom house. Utilities
Spacious room with bathroom/shower, new paint, two
blocks from campus, $175/month. 438-5882.
Theater/law students preferred. Single male has two
bedrooms to rent. $95/$110 a week. Everything in
cluded. Family atmosphere. 327-0415.
4 bedroom, 2 bath, near Stadium. 1219 New Flampshire.
Central air, lawn maintenance, washer and dryer
included. $600. 489-9294.
5 BR - 2 BA Campus Close
Just remodled, dishwasher, C/A, W/D furnished,
off-street parking. Only $895. Call 560-5077.
1119 Charleston, close to UNL, 2BR, $500/month
+gas +electric. Available immediately, 580-4869, eve
1425 N. 23rd (23rd & Holdrege). Very nice 4 bedroom,
2 bath, parking. $800. 432-0644
1541 N, 26th, nice 5BR, 2 bath, stove, refrigerator, mi
c/owave, close to campus, parking. $850/mo. no de
posit. Call 475-3538. _
2301 Vine St. Really nice large three bedroom. One
and one-half baths, parking near campus, $700. Call
3925 Holdrege, being remodeled, duplex or whole
house, $325, $650 or $850. 489-5168
1 Bedroom with a non-comforming bedroom in full
basement. Ready January 1st. 3345 X St. Call
3BR, 2 bath, W/D, wood floors, single garage, bus
route, 5-month lease, no pets, $750 +utilities and de
posit. Water and garbage paid, 2648 Sumner St.
Close to Campus
3-4BR house for rent, a few blocks from Memorial Sta
dium, $645/month. $300 bonus if sign lease. Call or
leave message at 438-7638.
Classy, 3 bedroom near UNL. W/D, dishwasher, C/A,
$635/mo. Now through mid-May lease fine. Ideal for
the serious student who chooses to live in guiet dignity.
3809 Keith Circle, large 3BR, 2 1/2 bath, duplex, garage.
Available 1/3/99. Rent is $775. Call 435-8592.
Available mid December newer 3BR, 2 bath, two stall
garage with openers, washer and dryer. $800 a month
1815 N. 24th St. 438-3393.
3 bedrooms, 3 baths, double attached garage all ap
pliances, washer/dryer, dishwasher, off street parking.
2918 Orchard $845. HIP» 465-8911
Near UNL, two bedroom + sun room. $475 + gas,
eiectnc and deposit. No dogs. Gfeat for grad students.
Love Nut’s tour mishaps
fail to crack enthusiasm
Band returns to Lincoln to play at Duffy's
By Danell McCoy
Despite enthusiastic crowds, the
band Love Nut hasn’t had much
luck on its recent tour.
During the first show, which
took place in St. Louis, cops showed
up and interrupted the group in the
middle of a song to interrogate lead
singer, Andy Bopp.
“After about 10 minutes they
realized Andy wasn’t who they
thought he was, and we were able to
continue the show,” lead guitarist
Max Mueller said.
Further on down the road, the
band hit its first snow storm of the
year Sunday night in Iowa and got
snarled in wreckage caused by the
“Our trailer was hit by a tractor
trailer and was damaged pretty bad,”
Mueller said. “We had to take it to
the dump this morning. Now every
thing is loaded in the van that we are
Love Nut will be pulling its
packed van into Lincoln tonight to
play at Duffy’s Tavern, where it has
held its last three Lincoln concerts,
all on Sunday nights.
“We’re excited to be playing on
a weeknight this time,” Mueller
The band, which just celebrated
its nine-year anniversary Saturday,
is making its fifth Midwestern tour
since the release of its second
album, “Baltimucho,” in April.
Love Nut’s first album, which
members produced themselves, was
released in 1995 on an indie label.
The band soon abandoned its work
with the company after several dis
agreements. It may have been Love
Nut’s best move. Now the band is
working with producer Ed Stacy,
who has also produced albums for
Our music is kind
of like melodic,
Love Nut lead guitarist
Mick Jagger, and is working under
the label Big Deal.
Although the band tours mainly
in the Midwest, where it receives the
most air play, Love Nut has played
New York and its hometown city of
Since the release of its second
album, the group has toured on and
off for the last six months.
According to the band’s publi
cist, Love Nut’s music consists of
loud guitars and smooth harmony
and is a mix of pop and hard rock.
“Our music is kind of like
melodic, British invasion, guitar
rock,” said Mueller said.
Although all the band members
contribute ideas for songs, lead
singer Andy Bopp writes most of
“We’ll leave the hotel for an
hour and come back, and he’ll have
finished a song,” Mueller said.
Mueller said most of the music
the band will be playing will come
from its second album, but it will
play some old-school stuff as well.
Love Nut will be opening for
local band the Mediums. Tonight’s
show starts at 10:15 at Duffy’s
Tavern, 1412 O St. There is a $3
Nice three bedroom duplex, east campus area,
$650/month, call 484-8655, 794-4055 or 472-2134
No rent until January 1st, but security deposit required. 1
bedoom upstairs, $392, utilities included,
2905 Vine. Call 488-7852.
1 BEDROOM APTS
In Unique Complex between campuses, super clean,
3-month leases, newer decor,
stove/fndge/dishwasher/disposal/blmds, parking, cen
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patios, big closets, breakfast bar, $345,
1 bedroom-utilities paid
2100 B, new carpet and paint, nice area, only $250.
2 Bedroom Apartments
In newer complex near campus,
appliances, dishwasher, mini
blinds, off-street parking, laundry,
ceramic tile kitchen and bath, breakfast bar,
3 bedroom-Heat paid
1120 E St., new carpet and paint. GARAGE. Only
$495. Call 560-5077,
NEXT TO CAMPUS
Available January 1, 1932 R St., 2 bedroom, 1 bath,
off-street parking, dishwasher, W/'D hookups. $425,
lease 475-3111. No pets.
One large one bedroom: ‘Jacuzzi, fireplace, dishwasher,
French doors, very nice, 9ft ceiling, ceiling fans
$535. Heat/gas paid, off street parking with laundry.
2929 R St., 474-3529. No smokers, no pets.
640 S. 20th 475-7262
Energy efficient, affordable 1 and 2 bedroom units with
electric entry and sound/fire resistant construction.
Our community is nestled on tree-lined streets, just 5
minutes from UNL. Ask about our specials.
910 S. 22nd, Large 2BR, bus stop, fireplace, C/A, big
kitchen, $435. Available Jan. 5. Call 489-6755 or
Free new color TV, gift. 1014 A St. Nice 2 bedroom,
range, refrigerator, dishwasher. $430. 430-7257,
1603 E St. New York style 2 bedroom, fireplace, track
lighting, oak floors. $480, pets-i-$30. 423-4560
13th Month Free
Large two bedroom fireplace, appliances, parking
4220 Huntington. $450/month. 423-0902 or 430-2192.
2BR. 2318 C St. NS/NP. $385 for 2. Garage available.
Tired of living on campus? It can be cheaper
to live off campus in your own apartment.
1 Bedroom $335-$420
2 Bedrooms $380-$550
3 Bedrooms $595-$660
3 Bedroom + loft $695
Management One 477-2600
Apartments on UNL Campus
Studio and one bedroom units. No smoking, no pets,
controlled access, laundry, UNL shuttle Stop, campus
parking. $300-425/month. Brickyard Apartments, 17th
and Holdredqe. 477-6578.
Better dollar value studio and one bedroom in well
maintained vintage building, $295-330. 432-2288.
CLOSE TO CAMPUS
One or two bedroom. No pets, FREE CABLE. 521 N.
25th, $350 and $450. 435-7770.
One, two and three-bedroom apartments available.
Tanning bed and indoor heated pool. 421 -3070,
• 1BR South location, $335, garage available, imme
• Studio Apartment South location, $270, hard wood
• 3BR, 2 baths, near East Campus, $585. $400 deposit,
new paint, range refrigerator, dishwasher and
• 1BR furnished heat and A/C paid, South location
Property Management Inc.
Large 2BR, short term available, $389, 640 N. 26th.
499-3889 or 486-0448.
NO DEPOSIT NEEDED! 2BR, fireplace, $450/month,
sublease, 49th and Walker (by Wesleyan). Call
Quiet!! Nice one bedroom, close to campus, furnished.
$240 plus deposit, non-smoking 432-6476
l & 2 Bedroom Apartments
Various Locations • Close to Campus & Downtown
1ST MONTH'S RENT FREE with signed 1 year lease
$100 OFF 1ST MONTH'S RENT with signed 6 month lease
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