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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.
Youth Camp Staff
UNL Office of Campus Recreation
Positions for students (40 hours/week and part-time
positions available) May 31st - August 6th at $5.50 -
$6.00 per hour. Qualifications: Previous experience re
lated to youth activities and recreation is desirable.
Lifeguards also needed. Applications available at 55
Campus Recreation Center or 32 East Campus Activi
ties Building. Application deadline March 19th.
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Student Travel Services
On campus contact:
Josh at (402) 436-7871
Rich (402) 438-7819
Looking for an opportunity to use your education now
and in the future? Can you use two or three year
scholarship plus $150 a month? If so, Call Army ROTC
for more info, 472-4269.
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.
Career Fair Workshop
Maximize experience and strategies. February 24,
5pm-6pm, Burnett 331. Everyone Welcome!
Tennis Table Singles
Tuesday, February 23rd is the last day to enter Men's
and Women’s Table Tennis Singles. Don’t delay! Enter
now at the Office of Campus Recreation. Call
472-3467 for more information.
Tuesday, February 23rd is the last day to enter the
Men’s, Women’s and Co-Rec Flickerball Tournament.
Enter your team now at the office of Campus Recreation,
for more information, call 472-3467.
Tennis Table Doubles
Tuesday, February 23rd is the last day to enter Men’s,
Women’s and Co-Rec Table Tennis Doubles. Don’t de
lay! Enter your team now at the office of Campus Rec
reation. Call 472-3467 for more information.
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Information and application
available at the following locations
ASUN-115 City Union
Student Involvement-City and East Union
Mum-Cultural Affaire-220 Admin
Vice ChanceSor for Student Affairs-106 Admin
Deadline Feb. 26
Washburn Law School representative will meet students
in the Art and Sciences advising Center, 107
Oldfather Hall, 1:30 - 3:00 and representative from
Kansas University Law School, 3:00 - 4:30 on Monday,
February 22nd. Stop by or call 472-4190 for appoint
Scarlet and Cream Auditions
Auditions for the Scarlet and Cream Singers are being
held in Lincoln on March 13 and April 15. Call backs
are May 2. Check out website for more information
(www.unl.edu/alumni/scarlet.htm) or call Julie
(472-2490) to arrange an audition time. We are also
seeking a technician for the ‘99-’00 year who is inter
ested in training this spring. Must be a full time NU stu
dent. Technical experience preferred. Call Shelley at
Looking for a summer adventure with all expenses
paid? Apply now for five weeks of challenge and ad
venture. We will even payyou. No obligation. For more
information, call Army ROTC, 472-4269.
Travel and Study in Australia
Fiji and New Zealand
International experience is critical foryour success in
todays global business environment. This 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.
UNMC PHYSICAL THERAPY
Representative will be at Arts and Sciences Advising,
107 OldH. Wednesday, Feb.24,10-2pm. Call 472-4190
Be a NU representative at the Spring Student Institute
on Service. Spend the weekend volunteering, learning
and growing. March 5-7. Sponsored by Student In
volvement. Call Amy or Ann at 472-2454.
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.
Meet at 7:30 in the East Campus Union Bowling Alley.
New members welcome!
Arts and Sciences Advisers
Applications are available for undergraduate students
in MS for Arts and Sciences Student Advisor positions
at 107 Oldfather. Deadline Is Monday, March 1,
Meeting on Tuesday at 6:30pm in the Union. Room to
be posted. Commuter students looking to get involved,
come check us out.
Tuesday, February 23
East Campus Union,
3rd floor office space.
Questions, call 436-9518
Meeting Tuesday, February 23rd, 8:00 p.m. East Cam
pus Union, room posted.
Iowa’s #1 Summer Camp
is seeking applicants for the ‘99
season. Grow as an individual
while working with children and
staff. Females/Males needed.
Excellent training, room and board
Stop by our booth in the
on Feb. 25
or call free:
Camp Foster YMCA
of the OKOBOJ1S
SPECTRUM election meeting
Monday February 22nd at 5pm in the Gay Lesbian tii
sexuai Transgender Resource Center (234 NU). For
more information, call the GLBT Graduate Assistant at
The Publications Board will meet at 3 p.m. Monday in
the Daily Nebraskan conference room in the Nebraska
Union to discuss Daily Nebraskan policies. All are invited
Undergraduate Women in
Meeting for 2/23 has been CANCELLED. Please watch
CBA markerboard for upcoming meetings.
UNL Wildlife Club Meeting
Find out more about the Spring Creek Prairie from
speaker Dave Sands, Wednesday, February 24th
7:00p.m. in the East Campus Union.
Thanks for introducing us to Dawson’s. We had a
- The men of Beta
75% of “Who’s Who in America” are Greek.
Confuscious: A wise man once said, “Two words, suck
Congratulations to Andy Havelka for being accepted
into the Twchcrt CoUflflo.
Students wanting information on the proposeocorwb
tutional amendments are invited to a presentation TO
DAY at 12:30, City Union Crib.__
Daily Nebraskan Advisory Board to the Board of Re
gents - hire the editor, business manager, and advisor.
Pub Bd. acts as a publisher for the Board of regents
and serves attention to corrwlaints against the paper.
Applications available at 115 Nebraska Union. Deadline
4:00p.m., March 5
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^ Nebraskan Editor
in chief will formulate editorial policies,
guidelines for the daily operation of die newsroom, hire
the senior editorial staff, help determine the content of the
: and prepare the editorial wage budget. Applicants must
of newspaper experience, preferably at die Daily
begins Aug. 1, 1999 and lasts until May 5,
The editor earns $1000/month (except in December, March and May) and reports
totheUNL Publications Board. The editor must be enrolled in at least six credit
hours during each of the two 1999-00 semesters, maintain a 2.0 minimum G.P.A., and not be on academic
probation. Applications are available at the Daily Nebraskan office, basement of the Nebraska Union, and
must be returned with up to five clips by noon Feb. 22.
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