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On campus contact:
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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
Australian Expedition
This summer, explore the land down under with UNL’s
Outdoor Adventures program. Informational meetings
January 19, 20, & 25 at 7pm in the campus recreation
SAA applications are due today at the Wick Alumni
Center by 5:00pm. Everyone is encouraged to apply.
Be yourself and Good Luck!
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.
Education Majors
There will be a teacher panel discussion on Wednesday,
January 20th at 4:30 in Mabel Lee 262. listen to
advice from educators.
- Sponsored by Teachers College
Student Alumni Ambassadors
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.
Apply for Honors Program Student Advisory Board!
You can make a difference! Applications available in
118Neihardtoron the web. Due Jan. 22.
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 6:00pm in Nebraska Union, room 338. For
more information call the Women’s Center at
Nebraska Water Polo Club
The Nebraska Water Polo Club is looking for new
members. Practices are Wednesdays 4-6 and Fridays
6-8. For information, caffTim Daniel at 436-7942.
Pre-Vet Students
Applications for two pre veterinary peer advising
posiitons are now available in room 112 VBS. Com
pleted applications are due Friday, January 29. Call
472-9089 for more information.
Row Big Red
Join us Wed night at 7:00pm in the Boat House located
off of 16th and Y, near HSS. For more info, call the
Boat House 472-1220 or Flose Ryan 438-9113.
Student Government
Spring Election
Filing forms are now available at 115 Nebraska Union
for the Student Government Election March 3.
Student Involvement
Service Project Chat
Looking for a service project tor your student organiza
tion, fraternity, sorority, residence hall floor or yourself?
Come to the City Union, Wednesday, January
27th anytime between noon and 1:30 to meet with
community agency leaders who have opportunities for
you! Call Ann at 472-6150 with questions.
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. Call 472-2597
to schedule an appointment.
Women’s Rugby
Come out and learn to play Rugby. Practices on Tues
days and Thursdays from 6pm to 8pm in Cook Pavilion.
Questions, call Cassie 438-4121 or Sharon
Agronomy Club
Meeting Wed, Jan. 20th at 7:D0pm in 327 Keim Hall.
Don’t forget 2nd semester dues.
Block and Bridle
Meeting Thursday, January 21 in the East Campus Un
ion; officers 6:30, anyone interested in joining, 7:00,
members 7:30,
Campus Red Cross
Wednesday, Jan. 20th, 5pm, in basement of the
University Health Center.
Christian Challenge
New place, new time. Love Library Auditorium (room.
103), 8pm, Thursday nights this spring.
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College Republicans
Declaring war on tne Campus Left. Come enlist with
the Right side. Meeting Wed., Jan. 20 at 8pm in the
Union. Guest speaker Secretary of State Scott Moore.
Equestrian Team
Meeting tonight to discuss travel plans & payments.
Remember if your showing at Crookston call Amy ©
465-8950. The open horse show will also be discussed.
Lets Ride!
Horticulture Club
Meeting Wednesday January 20 at 5 pm. Meet us at
the Greenhouse east of Plant Signs Hall.
Transplanting Party starting at 4pm in the Greenhouse.
We are going to be transplanting for bedding plant
sale. Please help. Everyone welcome. Free pizza.
There will be a short officer meeting Wednesday, Jan
uary 20th at 7:30 in the Colonial Room. We will be dis
cussing speakers, events, etc. Questions call Tony
International Women!!
Want to leam more about American culture and share
yours with us? Come to the 12:30-2:00 pm Thursday
meeting at 1311 N. 43rd Street. Call 421-9661 for in
ISA Monthly Meeting
January 20,1999
Student Union
Geri Coulter
Career Services
First Meeting of MASA is January 20th, at 5:30 pm at
the Culture Center. See you there.
The UNL Rifle Club is looking for new members!
Meeting Thursday at 6:30 in Military and Naval Science
Building, room 2. For information, call John at
Rodeo Club
Wednesday, Jan. 20th 7:00 Execs, 7:30 Members. Will
be taking pictures, so everyone come.
First meeting will be Wednesday January 20th at 7:00
pm in the City Union. The Gallup Organization will be
there to speak about the company and job opportuni
ties. New members are welcome.
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Most be 18-49 years of see. possess a vaHd ID aed Proof of local address aod Social Secorii
Congratulations to Jenni Martin for making NSE! Way
to go!
Best wishes and congratulations to Jeana Seitzinger
on her ingagement to Chadd Goosmann.
-<t> M X , your sisters
Congratulations to Jason Vasquez for being voted
Sophomore Fellow.
-Your Brothers
Lemons, limes, cherries
Olives, raspberries
Let's go to Barry
To get more very...
Delta Tau Delta would like to welcome all new initiates.
Welcome to the brotherhood. „ ■
The Greek side of the Navigators. University Lutheran
Chapel (behind the Beta house). Wednesday 8:30 p.m.
Kappa Phi Christian Women's Club is having our new
member meeting on Wednesday, January 20 at 5:00
p.m. at the Cornerstone Church 640 N. 16th St. Please
come and leam about our club!
Congratulations to the men of Sigma Phi Epsilon for
having one of the best initiation parties in the history of
the world.
- Sincerely,
The world
The men of Sig Ep would like to welcome and con
§ratulate the 31 outstanding new initiates of Sigma Phi
- Love, your Brothers
Campus Rec. - adv. bd.
Appointments Bd -1999-2000
Tech. Fees & Info. Serv.
Deadline Feb. 2,4:00p.m.
Applications available at 115 Nebraska Union.
Student Government
Spring Election
Filing forms are now available at 115 Nebraska Union
for the Student Government Election March 3rd.
UNL Student Government
Wed. January 20 - 6:30p.m.
City Union
Information and Agenda Available
115 Nebraska Union
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Cable Services Group
Celebrity Services
Comhusker Hotel
Deeler Foundry, Inc.
Dobson Brothers Construction Company
Enterprise Rent A Car
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Farmers.Insurance Group
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Gallup Organization
Natxosko Department of labot
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Health & Human Services System
Lincoln Plating
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Madonna Rehabilitation Hospital
Modern Woodmen of America
Mutual of Omaha
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Nebraska State Patrol
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Northwestern Mutual/Baird
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State Farm Insurance
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Union Bank & Trust Co.
U.S. Army
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