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Assists Radiology staff by escorting or transporting in
patients and outpatients. Cleans transportation
equipment and helps clean linen stocked in
exam/dressing room. Requires the ability to understand
written and oral instructions in order to transport
patients. Must maintain CPR certification and annual
PT 3:30-9pm- every other Sat and Sun
PT 8am-12pm every other Sunday
BryanLGH Medical Center East
1600 South 48th Street
Lincoln, Nebraska 68506
JOB LINE: J40p 483-3696
Randall’s Formal Wear is looking for part-time sales
associates. Flexible hours, competitive salary, great
wm-kin^environment. Apply at 4848 Normal Blvd.,
Parks and Recreation has openings for leaders with
before and/or after school recreation for elementary
children. Before school-hours, 7-9am M-F, starting
$5.60/hr. After school hours, 2:30-5:45pm or
3|15-5:45pm M-F, starting $5.50/hr. One before school
pdSition available immediately. Other positions to start
January 4, 1999. Apply now at Playground Office,
1225 F Street, Second Floor. 441-7952 EOE/AA.
Up to $12/hour per job plus gas and bonuses. Flexible
day hours. 432-5573.
Tire and battery installation. Morning or day hours.
Flexible scheduling. Part time benefits. Base salary
$6/hr. plus a $.95-$1.40 incentive/hr. Call pager
Second semester staff needed for school-age child
care program Before school, 7-9am and/or after
school 3:30-6pm. Great experience for education or
recreation majors. Apply at NE YMCA, 2601 N 70th.
Questions, call 434.9267.
STEPHENSON’S BIG APPLE
Is looking for a Teacher’s Pet! We need part time retail
sales help in our East Park store. We’re experts in edu
cational materials and supplies. Applicants should be
able to work two afternoons per week 2-8p.m., week
ends and holidays. We offer a fun work place, store
discount and min. wage to start. Apply at 200 N. 66th
_N. 14th & Superior
Cheiey Colorado Camps
Estes Park, Colorado
__ 1 -800-CampFun
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, ancfsome 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
Full or part-time position plus benefits available working
in Lincoln Public Schools, working for Family Service’s
School’s Out Program. Responsibilities: provide
safe learning environment and carry out daily routines.
Assist with office responsibilities including parent com
munication. Plan age-appropriate activities for children.
Requirements: two or four year degree in Early
Childhood, Elementary Education or related field; one
to two years experience in direct child care or related
field. Qualified candidate must have excellent com
munication skills and be organized.
Applications required, available at Family Service, 501
S. 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.
College Pro Painters, (U.S.) Ltd.
5960 Dearborn * Mission, KS 66702
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. Let Your Summer
College Pro Painters® (U.S.) Ltd., one of
the largest employers of college students in
the United States, is now interviewing for
summer 1999 Franchise Manager positions.
What Can College Pro
• Earnings— As a Franchise Manager, your
financial success is directly linked to your
nation and willingness to succeed.
..v..ne Builder— Few college students
can boast to employers that they once ran a
fou can’t beat the
leadership and management skills you’ll
develop in this program.
If you would rather lead than follow,
For Scarlet and Cream Singers
The Scarlet and Cream Singers are seeking a technician
for the 1999-2000 school year to be in training
during the upcoming spring semester. Experience
working with sound and lighting equipment preferred.
Call Shelley at 472-4222 for more information.
Looking for part-time employment? (29 hours per
week) U.S. Bank has a position available at our Edge
wood location. Hours are from 8:45am-1:45pm Monday
through Friday and Saturdays from
8:30am-12:15pm. Qualified candidates will have previ
ous teller or cash handling experience; established
customer service skills and proven ability to work with
numbers. Pleas apply in- person and/or send resume
to: U.S. Bank- Edgewoo'd, Attn: Sara Betgmark, 5501
S. 56th St., Lincoln, NE 68516. U.S. Bank and each of
its affiliates is an Equal Opportunity Employer and a
drug free workplace.
Nebraska's Grand Hotel is seeking the following posi
'Servers FT/PT/AM/PM(restaurants Sbanquets)
•Room Service PT
•Line Cooks FT AM/PM
•Head Baker FT 3:30-11 AM
•Renaissance Cook FT/PM
•Door Staff FT AM/PM
•Bell Staff ' FT AM(must be at
•Switchboard Operator FT 3-11 PM
•Front Desk Clerk FT 3-11 pm
•Storeroom Assistant . FT days Tues-Sat
Turndown Attendant FT PM
•Laundry Attendant FT days ' . ^ &&
•Room Attendant FTaws
•Night Cleaners FT/PT
•Dishwasher FT days
•Security Officer PT
•Human Resources Clerk FT (30 hours)
We provide uniforms, free meals & excellent benefits.
Apply In Person
Human Resources 7:30am-6pm M-F
333 South 13th St. Lincoln, NE
Use ‘L’ St. Entrance
Just a few blocks from UNU
The Instructional Materials Council is looking for
part-time Spanish tele-linguists for second semester.
Please contact Sara at 477-2211 or fax resume to
Now hiring PT carry-out, 10:30-1:00, M-F, free
lunches, good extra income. PT AM/PM servers, AM
clean-up and line cooks. Apply in person at 17th and
Tutors are needed in the Hewit Academic center: Polit
ical Science 459 in addition the Hewit Center is looking
for supplemental instructors for the following classes:
Geography 155 and Astronomy 103. We are seeking
upper level graduate and undergraduate students with
a GPA of 3.0 or above and excellent people skills are a
must. If interested please apply at http: //hewit.
US Department of Agriculture
Agricultural Research Service
Office Automation Clerk (Student Career
. GS 2-4 ($7.36/hr to $9.02/hr)
The Administrative Office of the US Department of Ag
riculture- Agricultural Research Service located on the
East Campus, University of Nebraska-Lincoln has an
Office Automation Clerk Position in the Student Career
Experience Program (SCEP) that will open effective
Jan. 4,1999. The position provides clerical and admin
istrative support to the ARS research units located on
East Campus. The position is half-time during the aca
demic year and up to full-time during the summer
months. Applicants must be enrolled in an accredited
school on at least a half-time basis in a course of study
related to the program (administration, business or office
management) ap4maintain a good academic record.
a^US citizen or^germanent
difiorial information or applications for the position
contact: Lisa Mullenax or Becky Folsom, USDA-ARS,
344 Keim Hall, East Campus, University of Nebras
ka-Lincoln, phone: (402) 472-2961. The United States
Department of Agriculture is an Equal Opportunity Em
Vista Outreach Coordinators
Lincoln-Lancaster County Health Department seeks
two Outreach Coordinators. These are grant-funded
opportunities for public service-minded individuals. In
dividuals will coordinate “Safe Nights’ events for youth
at community service organizations throughout Lin
coln/Lancaster County. Responsible for organizing
“Safe Night’ events: facilitating planning meetings; de
veloping “Safe Nights’ promotional materials; con
ducting informational and educational presentations;
Desired: 1 -2 years related volunteer/job experience.
Interest in working with youth.
Necessary Special Requirements: available for occa
sional evenings and weekends, dependable transpor
tation, a valid Nebraska driver’s license.
Benefits: Full-time, $325/per 80-hour pay period.
Health and life insurance, child care assistance, defer
ment of government guaranteed student loans, $1,200
cash stipend or $4,725 educational grant at end of
year of service.
To receive an application, please call 441-8045. Com
pleted applications and reference forms must be re
turned to the Health Department at 3140 N St., Lincoln,
NE 68510 on or before December 17,1998.
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.
Youngest state senator seeks high energy staffer with
strong writing, people, organizational ana comp skiHs.
Please send resume and references to Kendra Olson:
Room 1518, State House, Lincoln, NE 68509. Deadline
is Dec. 28th. No phone calls please.
Energetic nanny needed for 4 & 6 year olds. Tuesday
and Thursday and some overnights References and
experience required. Call 471 -3800, leave message.
Experienced in home daycare needed weekday morn
ings. Start in January, references necessary. 420-6469.
500 Summer Jobs/ 50 Camps/ You Choose!!! NY, PA,
New England. Instructors Needed: Tennis, Basketball,
Roller Hockey, Soccer, LaCrosse, Volleyball,
Gymnastics, English Riding, Lifeguard, WSI, Water Ski,
Sailing, Wind surfing. Aerobics, Archery, Mountain Bik
ing, Rock climbing, Ropes, Dance, Piano, Accompanist,
Theater, Ceramics, Jewelry, Woodworking, Pho
tography, Radio, Nature, RN%, Chefs. Arlene Streisand:
1 - 800-443-6428;
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meal plan! Cancun & Jamaica, $399. Bahamas,
$459, Panama City, $99. 1-800-234-7007.
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be left behind! Air, hotel, transfers, FREE meals, FREE
drinks and awesome parties! Limited availibilty! Call
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Operator. Don’t book with anyone else until you talk to
us!!! Cancun from $399, Jamaica from $399, Panama
City from $119, Daytona Beach from $139. Student
Travel Services, 1 -800-648-4849, www.ststravel.com.
On Campus Contact: Rich 0 402-438-7819, Melissa©
402-476-0036 of Josh O 402-436-8539.
MORTAR BOARD NOTABLES
Mortar Board is a National Senior Honor Society that
recognizes college seniors for distinguished ability and
achievement in exceptional scholarship, leadership,
and service. All JUNIORS with a 3.3 GPA, or higher,
are eligible to seek membership in the Black Masque
Chapter here at UNL.
Mortar Board also recognizes outstanding freshmen,
sophomores, and seniors that demonstrate our high
standards. These exceptional students are identified
as Mortar Board Notables.
Information sheets are available now at the Office for
Student Involvement (200 City Union & 300 East
Union), the Culture Center (333 N 14th), the Honors
Lounge (118 Neihardt), the ASUN Office, and Vice
Chancellor Griesen’s Office (106 Administration).
Completed information sheets are due Friday, January
15th, at 5:00pm in the Office for Student Judicial Affairs
(106 Administration), www.unl.edu/mb
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All Stressed Out and
Nowhere to Study
Expanded hours and locations!
Wednesday, Dec. 9,9am-9pm
Friday, Dec. 11,9am-5pm
At the Culture Center
333 N. 14th St.
Monday, Dec. 14,8am-midnight
Tuesday. Dec. 15, Sam-midnight
At the Wick Alumni Center
1520 R St.
Enjoy free beverages and snacks, including Valentino’s
pizza, and a quiet study atmosphere. All students wel
come! Sponsored by the Nebraska Alumni Association,
Student Involvement and Valentino’s.
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Applications are Out
Applications for Membership and Freshman Scholar
ships are available in the Student Involvement Offices,
106 Administration, 118 Neihardt and the Culture Cen
ter. The Innocents Society is the Chancellor's Senior
Honorary at the University of Nebraska. Membership is
based on superior academic achievement, unparalleled
leadership and selfless service to the University
and the community.__
If you are interested in running in the Spring ASUN
elections, sign the list in the ASUN Office, 115 NE Union.
Groups that are forming will be checking it to fill
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Do you want to...
Gain positive leadership experience?
Teach other students about effective leadership?
Have fun while earning credit?
Applications are now available for 1999-2000 emerging
Leader Class TA's. Pick one up at Student Involvement
Offices at City and East Union. TA’s are trained
in the fall semester, then facilitate and assist in teaching
the course the following spring. Application deadline:
January 22, 1999. Questions? Call Amy at
DEAD WEEK POLICY
Finals only at time per Official Schedule of Classes or
time during finals week mutually agreeable to all.
Examinations allowed during Dead Week: laboratory
practical examinations, make-up or repeat examinations
and self-paced examinations. Quizzes are acceptable.
Projects, papers and speeches due Dead Week need
to have been assigned by the eigth week of the se
mester. Project and scope, not topic.
Please review your syllabi for Dead Week conflicts.
Contact the Student Government Office, 115 NE Union
(472-2581) with discrepancies or questions.
Christian Seichter and Lincoln Fantasy and Science
Fiction Club present alieNation- 50’s America and its
SF movies. Free multimedia show tonight at 8pm in
Burnett Hall, room 115. _
COLLEGE QUIZ BOWL 1999
Saturday, February 8th
Team sign-ups will start after break.
More details to follow...
Desperately Seeking Witness
If you are one of the 30 students who went on the In
ternational Affairs Study Abroad trip to Egypt/Greece
and Crete on May 10-June 2,1998, and witnessed
someone fall on the marble steps at the Sheraton Cairo
hotel, and cut their head, landed at the trip leader’s
feet and asked to see a doctor regarding this, please
call 464-6597 ASAP.. Your efforts will be appreciated.
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
★ UHC HEALTH AIDES ★
We want to note our appreciation and admiration for
all of your hard work and dedication so far this semester.
May your success continue and shine. We are
proud of you. GOOD LUCK on your finals!
.-Your Health Aide Coordinators,
Dan, Christine, Geoff and Shannon
HIGH RISK DRINKING
Apply to be a Student Representative for the RWJ
“High Risk Drinking" Grant Planning Team. The RWJ
$7000,000 grant offers our campus community the op
portunity to discuss and address the issue. Any NU
student may apply. All meetings are confidential. Call
472-7440 for more information and an application.
.. " - —
Last Daily Nebraskan of 1998:
Monday. Dec. 14
Place your classiflea ad by 3 p.m., Friday.
472-25881472-1761 FAX. dnOunLadu
Student Alumni Association is looking for a committed,
responsible and diverse group of student leaders to -
assist the Alumni Association m on-campus activities
providing direct benefits to students, alumni and faculty
as well as the University in general.
Applications for Student Alumni Association are now
available at the following locations:
• Student Involvement, 200 NE Union
• ASUN, 115 NE Union
• Wick Alumni Center, 1520 R St.
• Culture Center, 333 N. 14th St.
• Residence Hall front desks
Applications are due Wednesday, Jan. 20, 1999 at
5pm at the Wick Alumni Center front desk. Applicants
are strongly encouraged to attend one of the two infor
mational sessions held Jan. 13,1999 in Abel Ballroom
at 4pm and Jan. 14,1999 at the Wick Alumni Center at
7pm. For more information about SAA or a copy of the
application, please visit our web site at
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
Campus Red Cross
Wednesday, Dec. 9th, 5pm, in basement of the
University Health Center.
Mandatory Meeting on Wednesday December 9th at
5:30 in CBA132. Bring money for pictures and shirts!
Meeting Dec. 9, City Union, room posted. Election of
We will be going to Homestead Health Care to help the
residents address Christmas cards. We will also sing a
few carols. Meet at Chi Omega Sorority on Thursday
Dec. 10th at 5:50pm.
Christmas party @ Linda Young's! Thursday @ 6pm.
Meeting Wednesday. Room 230 Mabel Lee Hall from
Officer elections Wednesday, Dec. 9 at 4:00 in Henzlik,
Room 45. Any questions, call Ed at 438-9128.
Officer election meeting Wednesday, Dec. 9th at 7pm
in the East Campus Union.
Congratulations to our newly-appointed officers!
Omaha Rush Chair: Sarah Berg; Historian: Jocelyn
Newman; Outstate Rush Chairs: Sarah Lammel, Mindy
Ponton; Lincoln Rush Chair: Ginger Venhaus; Rush
Secretary: Stacie Christiansen; Director of Publicity &
Advertising: Katie Hoke; Recording Secretary: Beth
Bowen; Intramural Chairs: Shelly Hain, Tara Tobin;
House Hostess: Courtney VanCleave; Director of Music:
Mikaela Borecky, Sheila Obrist; Manager of Philan
thropy: Nicole Grossenburg; Chaplain: Ffanae Brester;
Director of Alumni Relations: Kelli Wilson; Manager of
Finance: Becky Dehlinger; Marshal: Jessica Broers;
Manager of Chapter Event Favors: Jenny Adams; Cor
responding Secretary: Lisa McKelvy; Parliamentarian:
Tammy Jensen; Guard: Nicole Baumgart; Manager of
External Relations: Cindy Semrad.
Thanks for hanging out with us on Thursday night. We
had a great time. ■ >
-The Beta Soph mores
Thanks for playing co-rec basketball. We also enjoyed
helping you put up your Christmas lights.
_ -The Man of Pi Kappa Alpha
Congratulations to David Stevens on your selection to
Congratulations to Jeff Bangert for being elected pres
ident of Alpha Kappa Psi.
Congratulations to our newly-elected officers:
Rush Chair: Ed Ring & Stephen McGreer, Intramural:
Corey Garris & Mammal Simons, Social: Josh Thelen &
Trent Broers, IFC Rep.: Adam Eakes, Secretary: Mike
Shearer, BMP Scholarship: Rick Hoesing, Philanthropy:
Grant Jones, Public Relations: Joe Michie.
Good luck — we are all proud of youl
Thank you everyone who attended our Big Game Dinner
and a special thanks to the seniors who put on the
phenomenal event. Way to get everyone fired up for
Finals Week) What an awesome way to end a semester.
Daily Nebraskan Advisory board to the Board of Re
gents — hire the editor, business manager, and advisor.
Pub Bd. acts as a publisher for the Board of Regents and
serves as a liaison between the paper and
its university constituencies, paying particular attention
to complaints against the paper.
The court that hears cases dealing with student organ
izations. Positions open to fill out this term until March
1999 and also for next year's term of April ‘99 to
Applications available at 115 Nebr. Union. Deadline
4:00 pm, January 18.
Your college years were full of friends, parties and wild
times. Too bad the beer sucked. Don’t dwell on the
past. Reserve a keg of Cortland Wheat, Hopalleuia or
XPO Stout for graduation from Spilker Ales, 798-7445.
Brewed in Cortland. N8E. Think global Drink local!
Found a female watch Thursday afternoon in the Rec
Center. Claim at Daily Nebraskan.
Found: a set of keys by Morrill Hall. Pick up at the Daily
Nebraskan Office. 34 NE Union.__
Lost in library, 3.5” floppy disk with “O'Keefe Disk
One” printed on it. Call 436-8415.
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