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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 10, 1998)
Nebraska's Grand Hotel is seeking the following posi
tions: " -
•Servers FT/PT/AM/PM(restau rants ^banquets)
•Room Service PT
•Line Cooks „ FT AM/PM
•Head Baker FT 3:30-11AM
•Renaissance Cook FT/PM
*Door Stiff FT AM/PM
‘Bel Staff FT AM((mist beat
•Switchboard Operator FT 3-11PM
•Front Desk Clerk FT 3-11pm
‘Storeroom Assistant FT days Tues-Sat
Turndown Attendant FT PM
•Laundry Attendant FT days
•Room Attendant > > FTdays ?
•Night Cleaners FT/PT
•Dishwasher - FT days
•Security Officer PT
‘Human Resources Clerk FT (30 hours)
We provide uniforms, free meals 4 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 UNL1
The Instructional Materials Council is looking for
part-time Spanish tale-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 adcftion the Hewit Center is looking
for supplemental instructors for the following classes:
Geography 155 and Astronomy 103. Ws are seeking
upper level graduate and undergraduate students with
a GPA of 3.0 or above and excellent people skis are a
must. If interested please apply at http: //hewit.
US Department of Agriculture
Agricultural Research Service
Office Automation dark (Student Career
1 ho Arfmwiafmfii ia a! 4U m I 1C ^-*- -» A
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 iSGEP>Th at 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 basts in a course of study
related to the program (administration, business or pffice
management) and maintain a good academic1 record
Applicants must be a US qitizenor a permanent
resident who will be a citizen upon graduation. For ad
ditional 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
DepartmentofAgricutture is an Equal Opportunity Em
Vista Outreach Cooitfihators
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
ducing informational and educational presentations;
writing program reports.
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 sofyico
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 wilting, people, organizational and comp skids.
Please send resume and references to Kendra Olson:
Room 1518. State House, Lincoln. NE 68509. Deedtine
is Dec. 28th. No phone cat please.
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Experienced in home daycare needed weekdey mom
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, Rooes, Dance, Piano. Accomoanist.
Theater, Ceramics, Jewelry, Woodworking, Pho
tography, Radio, Nature, BN*. Chefs. Arlene Streisand:
1 -800- 443-6428;
. To Simply Call This An
“Internship” Would Be
Great opportunity for a marketing, advertising or
fashion student to impact a business that is
thriving in a declining industry. Starting
mid-January, we need someone to dig-in on ad
vertising, merchandising and marketing. Quali
fied candidates must possess honepty, creativity,
enthusiasm and a great sense Of humor. We
will define the internship so we-both get the
most from K. flexible hours. Paid.
Call, write, whatever, but do it today!
21 Gateway Mall
*1 Spring Break Specialsl Book now and receive free
meal plant Cancun & Jamaica. $399. Bahamas,
$459, Panama City, $99. 1-800-234-7007.
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***ACT NOW! CALL FOR BEST SPRING BREAK
PRICES TO SOUTH PADRE (FREE MEALS), CANCUN,
JAMAICA, KEYWEST, PANAMA CITY. REPS
NEEDED-TRAVEL FREE, EARN CASH. GROUP
DISCOUNTS FOR 6+. WWW.LEISURETOURS.COM/
Spring Break ‘99 ;
Seats are selling fast! Book your trip NOW or you may
be left behind! Air, hotel, transfers, FREE meals, FREE
drinks and awesome parties! Limited availibilty! Call
FREE for brochures 1-800-395-4896 (www
1 & 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 w th signed 6 month lease
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' . SPRING BREAK *99
Shident Travel Services is America’s #1 Student Tour
Operator. Don't book with anyone else until you talk to
ustll Cancun from $399, Jamaica from $399, Panama
City from $119, Daytona Beach from $139. Student
Tfavel Services. 1-800-848-4849. www.ststravel.com.
On Campus Contact: Rich • 402-438-7819, MeRssaO
402-476-0038 orJoeh 0402-436-8539.
V . AND
MORTAR BOARD NOTABLES
Hey Juniors! Applications before 1999-2000 class of
Mortar Board are now out
Hey Freshman, Sophomores and Seniors! Applications
for Mortar Board Notables are also now out
Informatiqn sheets are available now at the Office for
Student Involvement (both Unions), the Culture Center,
Honors Lounge, ASUN Office, Student Affairs (106 Ad
Completed information sheets are due Friday, January
15th, at 5:00pm in the Office for Student Judicial Affairs
(106 Administration), www.unl.edu/mb. *
Election Parties t
are forming! *
If you are interested in running in the Spring ASUN P
elections, sign the list in the ASUN Office, 115 NE Union. a
Groups that are forming will be checking it to fill 4
their states. _ -
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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
465-9006. . ' i.- i- •?
Attention Mortar Board Alumni ;
The Black Masque Chapter of Mortar Board has been :
asked by the National Office to conduct a campaign to \
locate all faculty, staff and administration at UNL who *
are initiated members of Mortar Board. The Black ,
Masque Chapter is planning a reunion to recognize '
and honor the members of our campus community !
who were selected to Mortar Board because of their ,
record of excellence in scholarship, leadership and ]
service. Please contact Kelly Pollard by phone ;
(436-7093) or email (OO2O4OO70bigred.unl.edu) with .
the following information: - }
• Full Name 0 Fax Number ,
• Maiden Name (if appropriate) 0 E-mail address ;
• Home address • Yeatof initiation !
• Office address • Home/office phone '
• University or college where initiated._ *
HIGH RISK DRINKING
ppty 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
ortunity to discuss and address the issue. Any NU
tudent may apply. AH meetings are confidential. Call
72-7440 for more information and an appHcabon.
Last Dally Nebraskan of 1998:
Monday, Dec. 14
Place your classified ad by 3 p.m., Friday.
472-268*473-/791 FAX, dnOunLmlu
tudent Alumni Association is looking for a committed,
►sponsible and diverse group of student leaders to
ssrst the Alumni Association in on-campus activities
rovfdfog direct benefits to students, alumni and faculty
s weil as the University in general.
p plications for Student Alumni Association are now
vailable at the following locations:
I Student involvement, 200 NE Union
IASUN, 115 NE Union
► Wick Alumni Center. 1520&£t.
I Culture Center, 333HN. 14thBt.
► Residence Haft front desM*
pplications are due Wednesday, Jan. 20,1999 at
pm at the Wick Alumni Center front desk. Applicants
re strongly encouraged to attend one of the two infor
lational sessions held Jan. 13,1999 in Abel Ballroom
14pm and Jan. 14,1999 at the Wick Alumni Center at
pm. For more information about SAA or a copy of the
pplication, please visit our web site at
All stressed out and
Nowhere to Study
Expanded hours and (ocationS
Wednesday, Dec. 9,9am-9pm
Friday, Dec. 11,9am-5pm
At the Culture Center
333 N. 14th St.
■ ■ ■ ■ ■ - *. ■ »; •• •. ._ 1 : /
Monday, Dec. 14, Sam-midnight
Tuesday, Dec. 15, Sam-midnight '
At the Wick Alumni Center
> _ 1520 R St.
*•••'- ‘r- ’ '*•
Enjoy free beverages and snacks, including Valentino's
pizza, and a quiet study atmosphere. All students wel
come! Sponsored by the Nebraska Alumni Association,
Applications are Out
Applications for Membership and Freshman Scholar
ships are available in the Student involvement Offices,
106 Administration, ti&Neihardtend 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.__
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CLOTHING DRIVE '
AM stare needed
Donate at: NE Union, rooms 200 and 340 or East Union,
room 300. Residence Halls: Sandoz, Selleck or
Neihardt For more information call The Women's Center
COLLEGE QUIZ BOWL 1999
Saturday, February 6th
Team sign-ups will start after break.
More details to follow...
Come down to the
CHRISTMAS POTTERY SALE
Friday, Dec. 11,9am to 5pm
Saturday. Dec. 12,9am to 12pm
104 Woods Hall
Sponsored by the UNL Ceramics Club
Absolutely NO finals may be given during Dead Week.
Finals can ONLY be moved to another time DURING
FINALS WEEK with the unanimous consent of the
class. Quizzes are acceptable. Stop by the ASUN Of
fice, 115 NE Union with questions or complaints or call
If yo?anPme of the ^0 students w§> wemonttafin
ternational Affairs Study Abroad trip to Egypt/Greece
and Crete on May 10rJune 2,1998, and witnessed
someone fan 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. Ybur efforts wifibe appreciated.
DISC GO ROUND
WE PAY CASH FOR YOUR CDs
, : music books
DISC GO ROUND
50th and 0,486-0047
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