The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, February 09, 1999, Page 12, Image 12
SUMMER EMPLOYMENT (June through August) at Camp Lincoln/Camp Lake Hubert in Minnesota’s Lake country since 1909. Meet new friends, expand horizons, rewarding work with children, develop leadership skills, 30 water/land activities. Specific job information, internships and applications available at Student Em ployement and Intern Center, 345 Nebraska Union. Sign up in advance for a personal interview on campus Wednesday, February 10. Work With Kids Lincoln Parks and Recreation summer playground po sitions ($5.70/h) June 7- July 30, M-F, 9:15am to 12:15pm. Conduct outdoor activities for grade school children. Appy now at Parks and recreation 2740 A Street. 441-7952 EOE/AA. L J Spring Break ‘99 Last call for Mazatlan and Cancun. Don’t miss out on this century’s final spring break blow out party! Great prices that include FREE meals and FREE drinks! Call FREE for brochures and info. 1-800-395-4896. (www.collegetours.com). Spring Break-Last Chance To “Break witnthe Best!” Join us in Cancun, Jamaica, Mazatlan, or S.Padre. Prices from $399. SAVE $200 + get FREE meals & parties. 1-800-SURFSUP www.studentexpress.com Assertiveness Training Workshop Learn to communicate your thoughts and feelings more effectively. Thursday 2:30 - 4:30pm February 11 - April 8 Call Mary 472-7450. Attention Pre-Law Students A representative from Hamline School of Law will be in the Arts and Sciences Advising Center, 107 Oldfather Hall on Tuesday, Feb. 9, 9:30-11:30am. Please call 472-4190 for an appointment or stop by. If you-love someone... let them know. If you need someone... lot it show. If you need some help... CALL US!!! w Present your ad for the Valentine's Day special section. The first 50 people who prepay their ad in person at the classified desk will receive a FREE 20-minute Calling Card, courtesy of Afiant Communications & The Daily Nebraskan. First come, first served. The Daily Nebraskan Lower level of the Nebraska Union 472-2588 • email@example.com Attention Pre-Law Students A representative from Drake Law School will be in the Arts and Sciences Advising Center, 107 Oldfather Hall on Wed, Feb 10,12:30-2:3). Please call 472-4190 for an appointment or stop by. Camp Challenge: Summer Leadership School So you didn’t sign up for ROTC as a freshman or sophomore. Catch up at Army ROTC Camp Challenge, a paid five week summer course with college credit in leadership training that allows you to bypass the first two years of Army ROTC. Call 472-4269 for details. Confidential Gay Men’s Discussion Group 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 ldiaz-perdomo10uni.edu or Rev. Phil Owen at 476-0355 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. ALPMSl Congratulations on 1999 SAA New Member Class Paul Pankonin Paul Horky Cortney VanCleave Dana Novak Alyssa Hoffman Karen Meier Quinn Laging Morgan Williams Becky Block Sam Manzitto Abby Snavely Jenny Semerad Michelle Starr Suzanne Minarick Kourtney Mueller Adam Thompson David Kavanaugh Stacy Domnanish Allison Hamiel Shelby Pridie Marnee Stolcpart Brenda Bogaert Anne Vlach Andrew Graff Marc Boggy Matthew Greenquist Tasha Cotton Julie Joe Contraception Friend or Foe? Did you know that the Pill can clear your complexion? Did you also know that the Pill can wreck relationships, cheapen life, and cause abortions? Join Janet Smith, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Philosophy at the University of Dallas, as she takes a look at the emotional and moral impact of contraception. Smith’s presentation will be held Tues., Feb. 9, 7:30pm, at the Pius X High Auditorium, 6000 A St., Lincoln. 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 Paper Money coupon books Pick yours up at Commuter & Student Services 116 Nebr. Union Free Individual Counseling Free counseling available for students who want a supportive, friendly, and confidential environ ment. Call the Women’s Center at 472-2597 to set up an appointment. Have you hugged your VOLUNTEER today? 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. Honors Program Ice Skating Thursday at 10:30 at the Ice Box. Bring $1 for skate rental. Intramural 9-Ball Pool The last day to enter 9-ball Pool is Tuesday, February 9th. Don’t delay. Enter now at the Office of Campus Recreation. Call 472-3467 for more information. Intramural Water Volleyball Tournament The last day to enter the Men's, Women’s and Co-Rec Water Volleyball Tournament is Tuesday, February 9th. Don't delay. Enter now at the office of Campus Recre ation. Call 472-3467 for more information. Laura Cockson Memorial Scholarship Information and application avaiiabie at the fotowing iocatkma ASUN-115 City Union Student Involvement-City and East Union Multi-Cultural Affairs-220 Admin Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs-106 Admin Deadline Feb. 26 Love Kids? Volunteers needed to help supervise Cornerstone En richment Project involving multiracial students from Lincoln schools. Meats Mondays from 3:30-5pm at Cornerstone Church on campus. Call Tiffany Burns at 476-0355 to express interest. £ STUDENT ORGANIZATION OFFICE 8WW5E APPLICATION Student Organization Office Space Applications for 1999-2000 are now avaiiabie! Applications are INSIDE the February issue of the Channels newsletter, mailed directly to organization Pres idents’ and Advisers’ on-campus maBbox. Appli cations give organizations consideration for of fice space, desk space, and/or ftting/storage space in the Nebraska Unions and culture Cen ter. Additional applications are available in Stu dent Involvement (City and East). The deadline for application submissions is Friday, February 12, i999. For additional information, contact Student Involvement at 472-2454. Volunteer! The Women's Center needs volunteers. This is a great way to learn more about women’s issues, to get involved on campus and the community, to meet people and make friends. If you’re interested, call the Women’s Center at 472-2597 or stop by our office, 340 Nebraska Union, and fill out an application. You Love Someone? Of Course You Do! Send a Valentine for $5.00/15 words $0.15/additional words. $0.75 billing charges. All ads include the heart artwork. Deadline: February 11th, before 3pm Email your ad to email@example.com, Fax: 4721761, phone: 472-2588 or bring it in to the Dialy Nebraskan Office at 34 Nebraska Union. AEAC Monthly Meeting Tuesday, February 9th in room 210 Filley Hall, 5:00pm Pizza and pop will be served. ALLIES General meeting tonight at 9:30pm in teh Union. Eve ryone is invited. ALPHA ZETA Meeting scheduled for Wednesday, February 10 at 6:00pm in the East Union. Leon Higley will be speaking. Room to be posted. ASSAD Meeting in City Union at 5pm, Tuesday. Feb. 9th. Hope you can make it there Heath. Attention Pre- PA Students! Pre- Physician Assistant Club meeting Thursday, Feb ruary 11 at 5pm in Oidfather 304. Individual PA’s will discuss their roles within the profession. Be there! Campus Red Cross Wednesday, February 10th, 5pm, in basement of the University Health Center. Circle K Volunteer with us in our community. Meetings Tuesdays at 7:30 pm in Union. Questions, call Mark at 436-9411, Collegiate 4-H Meeting If ebruary 10th at 7:30pm in the Neihardt Pine Room New Members Questions, call: 436-9519. I----1 Part-Time Hours + Full-Time Energy = Full-Time Pay •Guaranteed Hourly Wage •Huge Commissions and Bonuses •Flexible Hours •Walking Distance from Campus *$130Hiring Bonus’ Call Today Start Today JRW Sales Inc. 436-3070 8—P -•* • 1BMBBE ■j&m. . ■ r~~. ~i i Contraception Friend or Foe? Did you know that the Pill can clear your complexion? Did you also know that the Pill can wreck relationships, I cheapen life, and cause abortions? Join Janet Smith, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Philosophy at the University of Dallas, as she takes a look at the emotional and moral impact of contraception. Smith’s presentation will be held Tues., Feb. 9, 7:30pm, at the ' Pius X High Auditorium, 6000 A St., Lincoln. FFA Alumni Work night meeting February 9 at 7pm, East Campus Union, room posted. Free Pizza! How to get into Law School? Criminal Justice Student Association meeting Thursday, Feb 11 in 1105 Neihardt at 7pm. Representative from UNL Law School speaking. Anyone interested welcome to attend. Phi Beta Lambda Social event on February 9. We will be bowling at Madsen's. Meet at the south doors of the Union at 7:30pm Rides will be provided if necessary. Everyone welcome! Pre-Vet Club Will hold its meeting tonight at 7:00pm in the East Campus Union. Public Relations Club Meeting tonight Feb 9 at 5pm. Avery 201 ■ Students in Free Enterprise SIFE Important meeting. All project managers must attend. New members welcome. Meet are new advisor, free pizza! Wednesday, February 10th at 5:00 in CBA 140, Undergraduate Women in Business Meeting with Michelle St.Clair from Schwendiman Partners, Tuesday, Feb. 9th at 6:00pm in CBA 108. Business attire. New members welcome! UNL Wildlife Club Meeting, Wednesday at 7pm in East Campus Union, room to be posted. Quest speaker: Tammy VerCauteren discussing Sandhill Cranes. UNL Young Democrats Meeting Tuesday at 7pm in Union. There will be free pizza and pop. Aon Congratulations to Sarah Scheeger - President of Teachers College Advisory Board, Rhiannon Kenner - Vice President of TCAB, and Steph Scheerger - Activi ties Chair of TCAB. Have fun at Oxford - Mindy Nowak, Katie McGowan, Leslie Grosshans, Melissa Gonnion, Marie Holtmeier, and Amanda Whitman. Good luck to Elizabeth Bahensky on the upcoming golf season. ASA Congratulations to Melissa Anderson, Cara Medley, Megan Mickey, Sara Strongin, Kate Toalson, and Jen nifer Wagner on being selected for Leadershape. Xi Love, Yours Sisters ATN Congrats to Heath for receiving the Conagri scholarship. Way to go. Vour Brothers Aon A belated thanks for the wonderful dinner exchange. We enjoyed the view. ~~-The Farmhouse men | ASA A belated thank you for the dinner exchange. Schutte & Wickham where were you? The men of AGN x<& CHI PHI: INCIDENT FREE FOR 9 DAYS! xo Was it over when the Germans bombed Pearl Harbor? -The Men of Chi Phi ATA Missing our 1996 composite. We would like it back- no questions asked. Please call 436-7919 if you have any information. FH Congratulations to our new initiates: Tate Berg, Josh Brummels, Scottt Cameron, Carl Dudzinski, Mike Echternact, Chris Gustasson, Paul Horky, Eric Keetle, Mark Manning, Andy Mixan, John Shandera, Tony Sibert, Chris Smith, TJ Teetor, Paul Timm, Jared Tremayne, Travis Tysdal. - Your brothers KA Thanks for the great FAC last weekend. We'll throw quarters down with you anytime! -The Ment of DU ieca Congratulations to our 4.0 and 3.5 and above scholars. 4.0’s: Robbie Butler, Nick Fitch, Nick Mercure and Jamie Sather. 3.5 and above: Jason Bresley, Mike Buckneberg, Brian Feller,'Jared Hollinger, Josh D. Johnson, Dustin Kessler, Dan McChane, Brandon Mo ser, Bob Parmley, Josh Ramirez, Ben Spargo, Dustie Stanfield, Justin tabor, Zach Taylor and Jake Wobig. -Your Brothers I lEIIMI i«S« ...And Start a Career at Wards! It's time to think smart about your future! If you have a strong customer service focus, consider joining the top retail team at WARDS! We have opportunities for Full A Part-Time: SALES ASSOCIATES (Commission & Non-Commission) Apparel, Fine Jewelry, Furniture A Electronics/Appliances The earning potential for our Commission Sales Associates is unlimited - UP TO S15.00/HR. OR MORE! Eligible associates are offered benefits including medical/iife insurance, flexible hours, evening/weekend scheduling and substantial merchandise discounts. For immediate mnQirtoratww rail* ^ ' 1-800-WORK-123 Or apply in person at: WARDS 61st & 0 Street Lincoln, NE 68505 Wards Shop Smart. Live Well. wmmmmmnunenn JX Congratulations to the Honorary Sig of the week, Justin Johnson. We appreciate your contribution to the house. -Your Brothers Deadline Extended Applications Available for* Student Court 1999-2000 Deadline is February 12 Applications availableat 11 ^Nebraska Union “irfurirr TrtfiiT^^nrT* Help us put the Focus back on students at the Town Hali meeting Tuesday. Today in the Neihardt Blue TV lounge at 8:30pm. Student Impact Team Tues. - Feb. 9 7:00 Selleck Hall Questions ?? - 472-2581 University Judicial Board Position Open Students interested in applying for these open positions are urged to attend a training session on Tuesday, Februay 9 at 5:00pm in the City Union- room to be posted. Applications are available at 115 NU. Dead line is Friday, February 12. Questions- call the ASUN office 472-2581. _ Contraception Friend or Foe? Did you know that the Pill can clear your complexion? Did you also know that the Pill can wreck relationships, cheapen life, and cause abortions? Join Janet Smith, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Philosophy at the University of Dallas, as she takes a look at the emotional and moral impact of contraception. Smith’s presentation will be held Tues., Feb. 9, 7:30pm, at the Pius X High Auditorium, 6000 A St., Lincoln. Found: black Jansport messanger style bag at 19th and O St. Call 484-7933 to identify. Found: Case of CD’s on top of car. To claim call: 436-9551.