The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, January 13, 1999, Page 16, Image 16

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**■ hours/day, M-Th. 421-2160._
Dependable UNL approved work study student
needed to assist in care of tropical fish, flexible hours,
|6.50/hour. 472-3029, or come to room 2 Manter.
Education and Museum Studies Students) Fun and re
sume-building work-study opportunities available at
the Museum of Nebraska History for the spring semes
ter. WOrk with school groups and families at the new
hands-on exhibit called the Historv Adventure Center.
Nebraska's most beautiful resident camp YMCA Camp
Kitaki located on the Platte River, is seeking applicants
for Counselors, Lifeguards, Wranglers, Crafts, Ropes
and Trips. We offer fun, friends and the experience of
a lifetime. Call YMCA Camp Kitaki in Lincoln for an ap
plication at 434-9225, or e-mail campkitaki©
Attention Democrats!
(99 will be an exciting year in
politics. Get involved.
The Nebraska Democratic Party is seeking motivated
and energetic students for a variety of internships.
Must be multi-tasked and possess good communica
tion skills. Perfect for any major. Gain experience in
politics and earn college credit. Call 434-2180 and ask
for Erin.__._
Engineering Intern
Part-time flexible, during school term, Full-Time during
the summer. Duties: Work in Product Design area with
RF technology, other duties depending on education.
Requirements: 1 full year of education, working toward
a 4 year Mechanical or Electrical Engineering degree,
CAD experience preferred. Salary: $7.00/hr. Apply at
1550 N 20th Cif: Or send Resume to Stl, HR
Manager/Engineering Intern P.O. Box 80238, Lincoln,
NE 68501 or email EOE/AAP
Paid Internship
10-20 hra/week
NMPP Energy seeks a talented student interested in
pursuing a career in corporate communications to fill a
paid internship. Responsibilities will include writing
feature articles for a company newsletter and assisting
with design and layout of brochures and other com
munication pieces. Candidates should be students
majoring in Communications, Journalism, English or
closely related fields. Requires layout and design ex
perience using PageMaker software, excellent written
and oral communications abilities, organizational skills
and demonstrated creativity. Experience with
Photoshop or Illustrator programs a plus.
Send resume and/or complete application in person at
NMPP Energy, Energy Square, PO Box 95124,1111 0
Street, Suite 200, Lincoln, NE 68509. EOE
We need you to help us save lives
, by donating your plasma at our
state-of-the-art medical facility.
Are you: *
18vears or older?
*110 lbs or more?
*ln good health?
‘Interested in earning extra
cash while you watch TV,
read, or relax?
Earn up to $120 for donating
your plasma four times. Plasma
helps burn and trauma patients,
hemophiliacs, and many others. *
If you’ve had your hepatitis B
shot, you may qualify for our <
specialty program and earn up to
$380 a month. For more info,
, call 474-2335.
300 S. 17th, Lincoln, NE <
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Systems Interns
Sandhills Publishing is currently looking for interns to
design on-line web systems using ASP, HTML, SQL,
Java and NT. Possible protects include programming
on-line article systems, Q & A boards, electronic ban
ters, and on-line subscriptions for our various publica
tions, as well as internal directories for company use.
If you are looking to gain experience in the web pro
gramming field and are able to work 20 hours per
week, apply now!! With pay starting at $7.50/hour.
Sandhills Publishing can provide a flexible schedule
and professional experience!
If interested, please do one of the following:
• Fill out an on-line application at
• Send a cover letter and resume via e-mail to:
Hey Juniors! Applications for 1999-2000 class of Mortar
Board are now out.
Hey Freshman, Sophomores and Seniors! Applications
for Mortar Board Notables are also now out.
Information 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),
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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.
X. University of Nebraska-Lincoln
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 assistin teaching
the course the following spring. Application deadline:
January 22, 1999. Questions? Call Amy at
Used CD’s. $5.99-$7.99 New CDs$12.99
Movies,T-shirts, posters,hacky sacks,
music books
and CD towers.
50th and 0,486-0047
Earn 5-6 Credits in Spanish
Study intensive Spanish at ITESM in Monterrey or
Queretaro, Mexico this summer! Learn at any level
from beginning to advanced. Option to include Business
in Mexico, taught in English. Contact International *
Affairs, 1237 R Street, 472-5358, e-maii: or visit us at
Eating Issues Support Group
A caring ana confidential environment for women who
are struggling with an eating disorder or eating issues.
We meet every Wednesday from 4-5pm in 338 NE Un
ion. Call 472-9428 for more information.
Fraternities ♦ Sororities ♦
Clubs ♦ Student Groups
Earn $1,000-$2,000 this semester with the easy CIS
three hour fundraising event. No sales required.
Fundraising dates are filling quickly, so call today! con
tact Dan Wolman at CIS, 800-922-5579.
Have you hugged your
Volunteer Spirit Award applications available at Student
Involvement, 200 NU and 300 ECU. Help honor
our UNL volunteers! Deadline February 19. Call
472-2454 for information.
Intramural Basketball
The last day to enter Men's, Women's, and Faculty/Staff
Basketball is Tuesday, January 19th. Don’t delay! Enter
your team now at the Office of Campus Recreation. Call
472-3467. ^
Intramural Broomball
Thursday, January 14 is the last day to enter Men’s &
Women’s Broomball. Enter your team now at the Office
of Campus Recreation. For more information, call
Earn up to $195 a month by donating
potentially lifesaving plasma!
A For your Visit our friendly,
U * . modem center and find out more about the
I irst plasma opportunity to earn cash while helping
donation others- -' . .
As part of a Company
^ iA for your / research program, an experimental test
J , t u will be performed on your plasma which
second plasma could potentially benefit plasma product
donation recipients in the years to come! Your
/ x research participation is entirely voluntary;
c».thm 21 days) j, r^ed if you mot to
donate plasma.
*"“1442 “0” St. 475-8645
Most be IMS rears of aie. possess a valid ID aad proof of local address aod Social Secoril
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Lesbian Bi Questioning
Discussion Group
LBQ is a safe place for lesbians, bi women and women
questioning their sexual orientation to meet, talk, learn
and laugh in an informal atmosphere. Meets every
Thursday at 6:30pm in Nebraska Union, room 338. For
more information call the Women's Center at
Friday- Mry 15
City Union
room to be posted
Meet your regent over a free lunch Discussion topics
will include the Master Plan and Martin Luther King Jr..
Day activities.
Sponsored by the Government Liaison Committee.
_Call 472-2652 if you have any questions.
Start your own fraternity!
Zeta Beta Tau is looking for men to start a new chapter.
If you are interested in academic success, a
chance to network-and an opportunity to make friends
in a non-piedging brotherhood, e-mail: or call Mike Simon at (317)
Student Alumni Association
If you are considering applying for SAA, be sure to at
tend one of the following information sessions:
Wednesday, Jan. 13,4pm at Abel Hall Ballroom
Thursday, Jan. 14,7pm at Wick Alumni Center
For more information call Gina (436-6087) or Cody
(436-6459) or check out our website at
Student Government
Spring Election
Filing forms are now available at 115 Nebraska Union
for the Student Government Election March 3.
Summer *99 In China!
“China-Emerging Markets” —broaden your perspective
on culture, political systems, and economic business
practices in China, itinerary includes: Beijing, Xi'an and
Shanghai. June 5-20. For more information, contact:
International Affairs, 1237 R Street, 472-5358, email: or visit us at
Summer Study in France
Two summer ‘99 study abroad opportunities: (1) Engi
neering and Culture in Belfort - June 19 - August 1.
Three courses in Mechanical Engineering, a French
language and culture courses and field trips to French
Companies. (2) European Agribusiness, May 10-26.
Study European agriculture and agribusiness as well
as trade policies of European community and contrast
them with those of the U.S. Contact International Affairs,
472-5358 or email: to find out
Support the Dream!
Visit the MLK Dooth in the City and East Campus
Unions on Thursday January 14th to learn how you
can be part of the dream through volunteering in your
S Student
1 University of Nebraska-Lincoin
Team Registration Forms are
Now Available for
College Quiz Bowl 1999
Being held on Saturday, February 6th
in the Nebraska Union.
Forms can be picked up in Student Involvement -
*200 Nebraska Union, 300 East Union
and the Culture Center.
Forms are due January 25th at noon in 200 Nebraska
Questions? Call 472-6412
(more detailed info can be found on registration form).
Women’s Center Counseling
Free individual counseling is available. Caff 472-2597
to scheduleen appointment.
Alpha Kappa Psi
Meeting Wednesday, Jan. T3 at 5:30pm in Colonial
room in Union.
Attention Pre- PA Students!
Pre- Physician Assistant Club meeting on Thursday,
January 14 at 4:30pm in Old Father 304. Everyone is
welcomel _
New place, new time. Love Li .
103), 8pm, Thursday nights this
Collegiate 4-H
Meeting Wednesday January 13. Starting at 7:30pm in
the Neihardt Pine Room. New Members Welcome!
Questions call: 436-9518.' _
Equestrian Team
Fun, Fun, Fun meeting tonight at 7:00 ECU. Welcome
back and competition stress relief. Please attend if you
would like to be a member of the rowdiest group on
East Campus. If you have questions call Amy at
465-8950 or Kala at 325-0910.' _
Horticulture Club
Officer meeting Wednesday, Jan--43th at 5:00,
3rdFloor, East Union. -
Pre-Optometry Club
Meeting Wednesday, Jan. 13 at 8pm in the Union,
room to be posted. _
Public Relations Club
Start the new year off right. Attend PR Club Wednesday,
January 13th at 5:00pm in Avery 201.
The UNL Rifle Club is looking for new members! ,
Meeting Thursday at 6:30 in Military and Naval Science j
Building, room 2. For information, call John at
436-9176. i
Rodeo Club
7:00- Executives, 7:30- Members. Will be discussing
ski trip and voting on coats Wednesday 13th._ •
Wildlife and Pizza
Come eat free pizza and help decide what your Wildlife
Club can do for you at the agenda setting meeting.
Wednesday, January 13th, 7p.m. at NRH 203._
Congratulations to Sara Hix and David Bird of AGS on
their recent engagement.
Love .Your Sisters
Congratulations to the followihg on their new offices.
Social chair - Andy Basset
House Mgr - Aaron Ficencher
IFC Delegate - Chris Arnold >
Welcome back to the ladies of Phi Mu. Let’s have an
other successful semester.
The Greek side of the Navigators. Basement of the
Culture Center. Wednesday 8:30 p.m.
Congratulations to Scott Henderson for being accepted
into the UNMC Medical School.
, Phi Alpha, Your Brothers.
First all party meeting Sunday at 3pm in the City Union.
Everyone interested should come.
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Lincoln • Omaha • Kansas City • St Louis
>aHy Nebraskan Advisory Board to the Board of Re
lents- hire the editor, business manner and advisor.
*ub. Board acts as a publisher forttie Board of Regents
ind serves as a liaison between the paper and
ts university constituencies, paying particular attention
o complaints against the paper.
rhe court that hears cases dealing with student organ
zations. Positions open to fill out this term until March
1999 and also for next year’s term of April 1999-2000.
Applications available at 115 NE Union. Deadline 4pm,
lanuarv 18.
Student Government
Spring Election
Filing forms are now available at 115 Nebraska Union
for the Student Government Bection March 3rd.
UNL Student Government
Wed., January 13- 6:30 p.m.
City Union
Information And Agenda Available
115 Nebraska Union %
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