The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, March 11, 1999, Page 16, Image 16

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    Attention Pre-PA Students!
Pre-Physician Assistant Club meeting Thursday, March
11 at 5pm in Oldfather Hall 304. Mark Christiansen,
PA-C and PA students will discuss clerkship experi
ences and James Rose, PA-C will discuss practicing in
Meeting Thursday, March 11 in the East Campus Union,
officers- 6pm, new initiates 7pm, members
7:30pm. Pictures immediately following,
Campus Atheists & Agnostics
Meeting tonight at 9:30pm at the Union, room to be
UNL Students For Life
Meeting at 9pm Thursday in the Union. Room to be
Congratulations Trichelle Hupke on your acceptance
into nursing school.
-Love your sisters.
A belated thanks for the Frosh last week. We’ll play
tag with you anytime!
The DU pledge class
Got the munchies? Create your own perfect nachos
Thursday night at AiA from 10pm-2am. Tickets are
$2 in advance from any Alpha Xi or $3 at the door.
Thanks for all the great ideas at the executive retreat.
You have some great leaders.
Congratulations to Jamie Bell and Jessica Steyer for
being accepted into Teachers College. Great job!
Love, your sisters
Thanks for joining us in the GRATEFUL DELT. We had
a great time.
-The Men of DU
Thanks for making Shipwreck ‘99 a huge success. We
had a great time!
- The Men of Phi Delta Theta
Congratulations to Erin Larson and Tara Andresen on
being accepted into nursing school. Way to go!
Love, Your Sisters
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In loving memory of our sister and friend, Laura
Cockson, on the one-year anniversary of her pass
ing. Please celebrate her life and honor her memory
with a safe spring break.
-the Women of Gamma Phi Beta
Congratulations to Cheri Olinger on being appointed to
ASUN Student Court.
-Love in APT, Your Sisters
Congratulations to Hillary Mausbach on being elected
as a General Studies Senator.
-Love in APT, Your Sisters
K A Ladies,
Thank you for all of your help with Chilifest 1999. To
gether we helped raise over $3200 for the prevention
of Child Abuse. Way to go!
- Love in ACT,
Cheri Clinger, Shamrock Chair.
Congratulation to Christine Hita for being accepted into
UNMC, and Tasha Beck and Rebecca Stratbucker
for being accepted into Nursing School. Good Luck la
-Love, Your Sisters
A big fat congratulations is in order to the Sig Eps Rick
Hoesing and Sam Mayhre for being accepted as NHRI
your bros
The men of Sigma Phi Epsilon would like to wish eve
ryone a very fun and safe spring break!
The Sig Ep broomball team has reached the epitome
of broomball excellence with their university champi
onship. Congrats!
your proud brothers
Congratulations to this weeks Kingpin- Chris Ortner.
Your efforts to improve the house are an inspiration to
us all.
-Your Brothers
Tri Beta
Applications for membership are available in the Bio
logical Sciences Advising Center in Manter Hall.
Deadline: Friday. March 26th at 4pm.
Publication Board
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 as a liaison between the paper and its
university constituencies, paying particular attention to
complints against the paper.
Nebraska Union Board
This board assumes the role of advocate for the various
segments of the Unversity community to the Director of
the Nebraska Unions and the Vice. Cahn. for
Student Affairs.
Deadline Friday. March 12-4:00pm Applications
available at 115 Nebraska Union.
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