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Wanted for private Michigan boys/girls summer
camps. Teach: swimming, canoeing, sailing, waterski
ing, gymnastics, riflery, archery, tennis, golf, sports,
computers, camping, crafts, dramatics, or riding. Also
kitchen, maintenance. Salary $1300 or more plus R&B.
602-502-6014 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Colorado Summer Camp Staff 1-800-267-9573.
www.coioradomountian ranch, com
CAMP STARLIGHT, in the mountain lake area of N.E.
PA, has good positions and internships available now
for outgoing, enthusiastic upper classmen/women as
cabin leaders/instructors in baseball, basketball, tennis,
roller hockey, lacrosse, ropes challenge course,
gymnastics, swimming, sailing, canoeing, waterskiing,
radio/video, ceramics & woodworking. Warm and
friendly atmosphere: extensive facilities. (6/20-8/18).
Salary & travel allowance. For application & interview,
call toll free at 800-223-5737 or write 18 Clinton
St-/Malveme, NY 11565.
Counselors: Top Boys Sports
Camp in Maine!
Get in on an exciting, fun summer! Must have good
skills, the ability to instruct coach or assist. Openings
in: all competitive team sports, all water sports. PLUS:
Camping/Hiking, Ropes/Climbing Wall, SCUBA, Ar
chery, Riflery. Martial Arts, RN’s, Secretaries. Top Sal
aries. Awesome Facilities. Rm/Bd/Lndry, Travel. CALL
the (800) NUMBER NOW. (800) 473-6104, or E-MAIL
email@example.com or write: Steve Rubin, CAMP
COBBOSSEE (kah’buh-see), 10 Silvermine Dr., South
Salem, NY 10590.
FUN OUTDOOR STAFF
Do you love the outdoors, being around people, gaining
leadership skills, role modeling for kids, and camp
fun? If yes, YMCA Camp Kitaki is seeking applicants
for Boys Counselors, Lifeguards for pool or lake,
Wranglers, Nature Director, Crafts, Ropes, Climbing,
and Trips, call YMCA in Lincoln now for an application
at (402) 434-9225, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Trail's End Camp - Baseball, Basketball, Golf, Volley
ball, Mountain Biking, Tennis, Ropes/Challenge
Course, Hockey, Arts & Crafts (woodworking, ceramics,
photography, fine arts, video/film). Waterfront
(canoe, sailing, kayaking), Pool Instructors, Musical Di
rector and General Counselors. Top Salaries and
WE PROMISE YOU A SUMMER YOU WILL NEVER
TRAIL’S END CAMP
Quarry Oaks Golf Club
Quarry Oaks Golf Club is looking for energetic, per
sonable people with great customer service skills. Bev
erage cart, wait staff and bartender positions available.
Call 402-944-6004. Ask for Mark.
Recreation Day Camp
Parks & Recreation summer day camp staff. June 1 -
August 20, Monday-Friday, 20-40 hours per week.
Conduct activities for grade school children. Apply at
2740 ‘A' St„ 441-7954 or 441-8480. EOE/AA.
Summer Camp Counselors
Needed for Premier Camps in
Positions available for talented, energetic, and fun loving
students as counselors in all team sports, aH individual
sports such as Tennis and Golf, Waterfront and
Pool activities, and specialty activities including art,
dance, theatre, gymnastics, newspaper, rocketry and
radio. GREAT SALARIES, room, board and travel. June
19th-August 18th. Enjoy a great summer that promises
to be unforgettable. MAH-KEE-NAC (Boys):
1-88Q-753-9118. DANBEE (Girls): 1-800-392-3752
Summer Jobs! .
COME TO NEW HAMPSHIRE FOR THE SUMMER!
6/20-8/19. Outstanding brother/sister sports camps on
largest New England lake (near Boston, NH White
Mountains, Maine coast) seek skilled counselors for
land sports, water sports, and the arts. Room, board,
and most transportation paid. Interviews available Union
Rm 225 (1-5pm) on 2/24 and at 3 in 1 Career Fair
on 2/25- stop by! Call us, or apply at our internet sites:
Boys: www.winaukee.com; 800-791-2018; Girls:
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.
Mothers and Others
Work from home. Earn $500-$4500/month. Call
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FREE for brochures and info. 1-800-395-4896.
Attention Criminal Justice
Need money for college? Looking for a way to use
your leadership skills now and in the future? Army
ROTC is offering 2 & 3 year scholarships. Call Army
Attention Science Majors
UNL Chemistry Graduate
Pharmaceutical Quality and Compliance
Pfizer Animal Health
Will be at the Arts and Science Advising Center, 107
Oldfather, to meet with students on Wednesday, Feb.
24, 3:00-5:00. Call 472-4190 for appointment or walk
Attention TC Students
TC Senate candidates debate, Tuesday, Feb. 23rd, at
7 p.m. in the Crib. Come support your fellow TC stu
Biology Club T-Shirts
Orders for the Biology Club T-Shirts are now being
taken in the Advising Center located at 101 Manter.
Cost is approximately $15. Design available to look at
in 101 Manter. Last day for orders will be Tuesday,
Feb. 23 at the 5:30 meeting. For more information,
please contact Meta in the Advising Center.
Campus Red Cross
February 23 and 24.11 a.m.-5 p.m. at the Student Un
ion. Walk-ins welcomed.
For UNL Students
June 7 - June 25 - Trinidad and Tobago, 7-miles from
Venezuela, 3 credits graduate or undergraduate. Reg
ister for HHP-427 or HHP-G-896, UNDERSTANDING A
MULTICULTURAL WORLD: TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO.
Infcn nation meetings:
’Tuesday, February 16th 4pm 270 Mabel Lee Hall.
’Monday, February 22nd 5pm 242 Mabel Lee Hall
Thursday, February 25th 3pm 242 Mabel Lee Hall.
Call 472-3844 for additional information.
1200 major Brand Name Companies are creating an
internet site to move products and services to con
sumers. Learn how to make money or own part of the
site now. This is a ground floor business opportunity.
Thursday, February 18th, 7:00pm Student Union. Call
477-2303 for more 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.
Floor Hockey Managers
The Manager Meeting for Men's, Women’s and
Co-Rec Floor Hockey will be held Thursday, February
18th at 5:00pm in the Nebraska Union, Each team
must have one representative present to be eligible for
competition. Call 472-3467 for more information.
Kansas Erg Race Results
3rd Race Relay Race Ax500m
Varsity Open 2000m
2nd Eric Sather 6:40 min.
3rd Frank Dolezal 6:44 min.
Novice Open 2000m
6th Tondy Burke 6:53 min.
11th Eric Cobb 7:03 min.
WAY TO GO!!!
Love UNL Crew Club
Information and application
available at the following locations
ASUN-115 City Union
Student Involvement-City and East Union
Multi-Cultural Affairs-220 Admin
Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs-106 Admin
Summer Study in Mexico!
Study Spanish at ITESM, a premier university in Mon
terrey or Queretaro, Mexico at any level from beginning
to advanced, June 9th-July 23rd. Family stays or
dormitory. Option to include Business in Mexico
(taught in English). To find out more, attend an Infor
mational Meeting, TODAY at &30pm at International
Affairs, 1237 R St, 4T2-S368.
Travel and Study in Australia
Fiji and New Zealand
International expenence is cntical foryour success in
todays global business environment. Tnis summer, the
Pan-Pacific Study Tour provide you an intimate look at
the business practices culture, government and people
of three different countries. For more information call
Dixie at 472-3353 or attend an informational meeting in
CBA 222. 2/17 - 11:00 a.m., 2/18 -10:30 a.m., 2/19 -
2:00 p.m., 2/22 - 9:00 a.m. Refreshments provided.
The Commuter and Student Services Center has a list
of tutors for student use. Anyone wishing to be on the
list either to tutor or in need of a tutor, fill out an appli
cation at the ASUN Commuter and Student Services
Center, 116 Nebr. Union.
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.
Be a NU representative at the Spring Student Institute on
Service. Spend the weekend volunteenng, learning and
growing March 5-7. Sponsored by Student Involvement.
Call Amy or Ann at 472-2454.
Arts and Sciences Advisers
Applications are available for undergraduate students
in A&S for Arts and Sciences Student Advisor positions
at 107 Oldfather. Deadline is Monday, March 1.
Block and Bridle
Meeting Thursday, February 18, in East Campus Union.
Officers at 6:30, new initiates at 7:00, and members at
7:30. Bowling after the meeting.
Campus Atheists & Agnostics
Meeting tonight at 9:30pm at the Union, room to be
Fellowship of Christian Athletes meets this Sunday and
every Sunday at 7:00PM in the Union Centennial room.
EVERYONE IS WELCOME!
Jewish Student Association
All students interested in forming a Jewish Student As
sociation are invited to a meeting at 6:30 p.m., Thursday
in the City Union.
Model United Nations
Meeting this Thursday, 4pm in NE Union. Everyone is
PRE DENTAL CLUB
Meeting February 18th 7:00 pm Dental College. All
Thursday at 5pm in HE 121. New members welcome!
Society of Human Resource Management meeting
Thursday February 18th at 5:30pm in tne Union.
SPECTRUM election meeting
Monday, February 22nd at 5pm in the Gay Lesbian Bi
sexual Transgender Resource Center (234 NU). For
more information, call the GLBT Graduate Assistant at
Tonights Meeting has been canceled.
All member retreat Sunday February 21st at the Union,
from 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. All members are required
to attend. See you there.
If you’d like to throw a cool party, call the N-Zone.
-Yours Truly DJ Fool
Congratulations on your
snow Bowl Victory!
Congratulations to Mackenzie Smith and Tracy Sperry
on their recent engagement. We are so happy for you,
__», your sisters
Callie, Jessie, and Tara. Way to go! Your're an awesomt
- Love, your Alumnae Advisors
Congratulations to all our scholars:
4.0’s: Amy Allison, Jessie Egley, Danielle Eickmann
Amy Janky, Michelle Mayfield, Laura Schweer, anc
3.5 and above: Jennifer Adams, Megan Ahl, Brands
Bogaert, Becky Burdick, Chartyn Ellison, Lindsay
Gangwish, Kelli Graham, Mandy Johnson, Erika Kuhr
gina Mahoney, Jacey Rader, Jennifer Ricciardello, De
nise Roberts, Renee Schneider, Jennifer Thede, Rache
Witt, and Keri Zappa.
You are simply the best! You make us proud!
.-Love, your Alumnae Advison
Congratulations to Melissa Snodgrass on being ac
cepted into Teachers College. We are so proud o
Love in APT, your sister
Congratulations to our 4.0s: K. Bartels, M. Becker,
B. Bigley, M.Bohling. A.Child, A.Cool, J.Dworak,
C. Edney, M.Heyen, M.Kamler, A.Knowtton, M.Prucha,
Congratulations to our 3.5s and above; A.Ahern,
L. Andreski, K.Anthofer, C.Carter, J.Danielson,
J.Fargen, A.Guemsy, A.Heckman, S.Hilt, S.Hood,
A. ldeus, K.Johnson, A.Kalkwarf, M.Kent, A.Kerr,
B. Kiekhafer, J.Lundren, T.O’Doherty, C.Olinger,
M. Power, L.Predoehl, M.Pyell, B.Rogge, S.Sautter,
S. Schroeder, Ja.Schulte, K.Sedivy, A.Slater,
M.Snodgrass, H.Stultz, K.Woods
Thank you for the incredible crush party Friday. We
had a great time!
- The Men of n K A
Congratulations to the following extraordinary Kappas
who received a 4.0 or 3.5 and above. 4.0’s: Emily Millard,
Stephanie Nielsen, Rebecca Stratbucker, Sarah
Danberg, Mandi Dill and Amber Ingram. 3.5 and above:
Mindy Glass, Jen Norman, Tanya Oyler, Abbie
Prentiss, Shelby Pridie, Amanda Romjue, Betsey Saun
ders, Katie Dixon, Kim Foster, Maegan McArdle, Sarah
Gallaway, Jamie Fuente, Abby Shavely, Anne Soper,
Sara McClean, Maggie Spencer, Andrea Uithoven, Lora
Ullerich, Jamie Walls, Megan McGargill, Jill Warren,
Staci Woita, Katie Wright, Shannon Wright, Christine
Aita, Annie Aldinger, Kris Aldinger, Stacie Anderson,
Megan Belfiore, Ruth Carlson, Natalie Gleason, Liz
Goehring, Brooke Jambor, Becky King, Katie Lueck
and Mari Marker. Nice work ladies!
Love, your sisters.
Brook Janovsek: We hope you had a nice trip and we’ll
see you next fall!
- Love, your sisters
Congratulations to Beth Pautsh for being accepted to
the Oxford program!
- Love, your sisters
Congratulations to Chris Keetle on his acceptance into
Law School - good luck.
Congratulations to all members who contributed to our
4.0’s - Chris Keetle, Phil Vlach, Ryan Henrichs, Adrian
3.5 or higher - Tim Barnason, Chuck Bartles, Jeff
Brakenhoff, Brandon Connick, Share Dirks, Travis
Flodine, Gary Hemlod, Jesse Knutsen, Jason
Langenfeld, Chad Lorenz, Steve Mattern, Brian Pope,
Aaron Pfingten, Corey Rhone, Don Seacrest, Evan
Stark, Dusty Vanghan and Ryan Watzke.
Thanks for dining with us on Monday. Let’s do it again
“What’s a periodontist?”
“Isn’t that a dinosaur?”
Confuscious: A wise man once said, “Look out for snot
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All-Party meeting, Sunday in the East Campus Union
Be a part of the board that appoints
over 300 students
to 31 campus wide committees.
Application available in the
ASUN office, 115 Nebraska Union.
Deadline Friday. February 19
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Only 2 left! Work Party, today at Beta Theta Pi fraternity.
Come close to 8:00pm so you don’t miss the free
Daily Nebraskan Advisory board to the Board of Regents
- hire the editor, business manager, and advisor.
Pub Bd. acts as a publisher for the Board of regents
and serves attention to complaints against the paper.
Applications available at 115 Nebraska Union. Deadline
4:00p.m., March 5__
Student Government Election
Questions and concerns about the process or the reg
ulations ?? For information call 472-2581 or stop by
Nebraska Union. The Electoral Commission meets
Thursdays at 5:00pm in the office. All students are wel
come to attend.
Where diversity makes a difference!
- Town Hall meeting in the East Union, 7 p.m.
- Work Party at Alpha Gamma Sigma, 8 p.m.
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