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lower level of the Nebraska Union
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Are You Interested in
Sponsoring an Election
I Come to the information meeting to get details about
hosting a debate for the upcoming Student Government
elections. If you are interested but can not attend
the meeting, please call Marlene at 472-2581.
4:00pm- City Union
Room to be posted
Learn to communicate your thoughts and feelings
Thursday 2:30 - 4:30pm February 11- April 8
Call Mary 472-7450.
Meeting this Sunday ® 5-7pm. RSVP by 2/4 for more
information: Jennifer @ 474-6771 or Bobbi ®
Send a Valentine Ad!
$5.00/15 words. $0.15/additional words. $0.75 billing
charges. All ads include the heart artwork.
Deadline: February 11th before 3pm
You can send us your ad by email: firstname.lastname@example.org, Fax:
472-1761, Phone: 472-2588 or bring it over to the
Daily Nebraskan Office at
34 Nebraska Union.
Campus Commuters For
Meeting tonight at 6:30pm in the Union, room to be
posted. Commuter students come and see what we're
Confidential Gay Men’s
Wednesdays from 6 to 7:30 p.m.. For more information
contact Dr. Luis Diaz-Perdomo at Counseling and
Psychological Services at 472-7513 or e-mail
Idiaz-perdomo10unl.edu or Rev. Phil Owen at
476-0355 or e-mail email@example.com.
1200 Major Brand name companies are constructing
an Internet site to move products and services to con
sumers. Learn how to make money or own part of the
site now without capital investments. Thursday, Febru
ary 4th, 7:00pm Nebraska Union. Call 477-2303 for
Eating Issues Support Group
Looking for a small, comfortable environment with
women who are struggling with eating issues? CALL
Tricia at 472-9428 for more information.
FREE - FREE
Paper Money coupon books
Pick yours up at
Commuter & Student Services
116 Nebr. Union
With speeches, papers, etc. by Communication Studies
Club sessions every Tuesday starting February 2,
5-7pm, Burnett 331.
Gender Issues Discussion
A safe place for women and men to explore the impact
of gender roles on relationships, self, and society. Call
Jan Deeds at 472-2598 for information.
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.
The last day to enter the Men’s, Women’s and Co-Rec
Kickball Tournament is Tuesday, February 2. Enter
now at the Office of Campus Recreation. Call
472-3467 for more information.
Tuesday, February 2 is the last day to enter Men's,
Women s, Co-Rec and Faculty/Staff Racquetball Dou
bles. Enter now at the Office of Campus Recreation.
For more information, call 472-3467.
Intramural Swim Meet
The Men’s & Women’s Swim Meet wH! take place on
Wednesday, February 3 at 6:30pm at Mabel Lee Hall
Pool. No advance entry required. Call 472-3467
Information and application
available at 115 Nebraska Union
Deadline February 26__
Making Peace with Food
Break out of unhealthy patterns. Develop flexible and
balanced ways to nounsh yc^irself.
Wednesdays 3:30-4:45 pm
February 10-April 7
Register: Sue 472-7450 / Karen 472-7478
prove how you^htnk and feet about^your body:
Wednesday, February 3 at 5:30. We will also be able to
visit with an OT. Pleases meet in the front lobby of Ma
donna at 5:20. See you all there!!
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 Rose Ryan 438-9113.
Student Government Elections
Filing forms for
President, 1st Vice President
2nd Vice President
Committee for Fees Allocation
Filing Deadline - Feb. 3 at 4:00pm
Potts Open at M0 am
Study Business in
“China—Emerging Markets” is a 14 day course (June
5-20) that will take you to Beijing, Xian, and Shanghai.
Attend lectures (in English) at the University of Interna
tional Business and Economics, one of the most pres
tigious in China. To find out more, attend an informa
tional meeting Wednesday, February 3rd at 3:00pm at
International Affairs, 1237 R St (472-5358).
Meeting Wed..Feb 3 at 7pm in Keim 327. Doctor
Waldren will be speaking about his precision farming
Wednesday, February 3rd, Oldfather 209 at 3:30pm.
Lots of events occuring in February. Join us to find out
more. Everyone is welcome and refreshments will be
Campus Red Cross
Wednesday, Feb. 3rd, 5pm, in basement of the
University Health Center.
Meeting this Wed., Feb 3rd in CBA 132 at 5:30pm.
Volunteer with us in our community. Meetings Tuesdays
-at 7:30 pm in Union. Questions, call Mark at
Don’t be a fool! Come join the Right side. Meeting
Wednesday at 8pm in the Union. Speaker: Attorney
General Don Stenberg.__
Wednesday, Feb. 3rd at 4pm- transplant in the green
house; 5pm- meeting in Keim 327. Come to vote for
t-shirts. Free food!
Representatives from Pella will be speaking abut in
ternship opportunities on Feb. 3 at 7:30pm in the Union.
Also, free pizza and pop will be provided at 6:45.
Jewish Student Association
Students interested in forming a Jewish student asso
ciation are invited to a meeting Thursday, 6:30pm in
the City Campus Union._
Meeting to be held on Tuesday, February 2, 7:00 at
East Campus Union. Bowling to follow.
Project CARE (Creating an Alcohol Responsible Envi
ronment) is holding an open meeting this Wednesday,
February 3rd at 7:15 in the City Union. Anyone inter
ested in promoting low-risk behaviors, planning cam
pus-wide events, or becoming a peer-alcohol educator
is welcome! Call Brett Stohs at 436-6112 with any
UNL Marketing Club
Interested in joining the American Marketing Associa
tion? Then come to our next meeting on Wednesday,
February 3rd at 7:00pm in the City Union. Boyd Ober
the President of the Lincoln Marketing Association will
Congratulations to our new members: Pat Harlan,
Mitcn Helms, Jim Quandt, Oerek Richardson, Steve
Ross, Jeremy Warren, Kyle Wilkinson, and extra special
congratulations to Gene Brown for getting the
prestigious Keeper of the Rolls.
Congratulations to Lee Haveman for his engagement
to Lisa O’Keefe.
Congratulations to Rachel Gildon for advancing to the
second round of MTV’s The Real World tryouts.
_ALOHA, your Alpha Chi Sisters
Thanks for coming on the Frosh with us. It was great!
-The Men of AGN
Congrats to the following elected officers:
Co-rush: Austin M. and Clark F.
Asst. Rush: Todd S. and Don S.
IFC: Ben S.
Service Chair: Erik W. ^;/ r
Asst. House Man: Rollie %.
Scholastic: Pete B.
Philanthropy: Steve K. "
Athletic: Shawn H.
Asst. Steward: Matt J.
Asst. Social: Dan G. -
Asst. Pledge Ed: Brian K.
Historian: Austin M.
Chaplain: Mike B.
Health Aide: Josh P.
PR: Don S.
Accreditation: Heath U.
Risk Management: Todd S.
Judicial Council: Jake O., Steve K. Dan G., Jed P.
Pledge Board: Jeff M., Erik W., Paul W., Ben S.
Thank you for letting us share dinner with you on
Wednesday. We had a great time!
Love, The women of Delta Gamma.
Congratulations to Marc Boggy on making Student
Congratulations to Taylor Faulkner for being elected to
Congratulations to all of our new officers:
President: Steph Anderson, VP Administration: Brittany
Lamp, House Manager: Cindy Blankenau, Secretary:
Jessica Mitchell, Computer Chair: Alex Ramierz, VP
Chapter Development: Julie Stewart, Academic Devel
opment: Brooke Glassman, Continuing Education: Ni
cole Cardillo, Music Chair: Kristen Holmes, Social De
velopment: Morgan Williams, Delta Force: Anne Keetle,
VP Finance: Stacy Domnanish, Treasurer: Kristy
Hasemann, VP Membership: Kim Vincent, Collegiate
Alumnae Relations: Kathy Lau, New Member Educator,
Karla Bates, Reference: Katie Sievers, Sponsor:
Sabrina Jones, Assistant Reference: Heidi Kiester, As
sistant Membership: Kelli Meiia, Lincoln Rush: Lalleen
Broman, Omaha Rush: Megan Lien, Assistant New
Member Educator: Jennie Snamblin, VP Public Rela
tions: Heidi Cllosman, Activities: Natalie Mason, Chapter
Correspondent: Alexis Lewis, Panhellenic: Molly
Penney, Philanthropy: Heather Easter, Risk Manage
ment: Lanette VanMeter, Social Chair: Kate Tvrdik, As
sistant Social: Angela Swanson.
Di Giorgio’s 25 cent tacos, 5-10 every Tuesday. 1320 0
You guys can ROLL into our lives anytime! Thanks for
a great time last Thursday.
Congratulations to Becky Burdick and Kelly Mattes on
their recent pearlings.
Love, your sisters
Creation is a new Greek store that can offer you all the
items you want, plus some new ones. Classic sewn on
letters, embroidery and screen printed apparel, glass
ware, etc. Plus a lot of new things you won’t get any
where else. Call or stop in and see what we offer or let
us work up a design for your next philanthropy or
event. Call 477-4401. Give us a try we’re close by at
1720 0 St. __
Congratulations to Pi Beta Phi’s academic angels.
3.5 & Above: ^
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Party Kickoff. Wednesday at noon in the Crib.
Campus Rec- Res. Hall
Appointments Bd -1999-2000
Tech. Fees & Info. Serv.
Deadline Feb. 2,4:00p.m.
Applications available at 115 Nebraska Union.
Student Impact Team
Tuesday, Feb. 2
7:00- Selleck Hall
Questions ??- 472-2581
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