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Scarlet and Cream Singers
There’s still time to audition for Scarlet and Cream!
(You need not be a music major.) Check out our
website at www.unl.edu/alumni/scariet.htm or call
Julie at 472-2490 for more information.
Study in Nepal
Want to get away this summer? Spend 3 weeks
(May 12-June 2) in Nepal whfle earning academic
credit. Trek the magnificent Himalayas! Learn
about another culture and have a great time do
ing it. Courses taught in English. UNL faculty
tour leader. For more information, contact inter
national Affairs 1237 R St. 472-5358 or e-mail:
Currently seeking a sound and lighting technician for
the Scarlet and Cream Singers for the 1999-’00 year.
You must be a full-time student at NU. Experience pre
ferred but not necessary. Call Shelley at 472-4222 for
Theology for Lunch
The Place of Women in the Church
Friday, March 26, 11:30am, Brown Bag Lunch, Noon
Program. Rev. Janet Morse and Rev. Clint K. Poppe,
speaking, City Campus Union.
Applications for membership are available in the Bio
logical Sciences Advising Center in Manter Hall.
Deadline: Friday, March 26th at 4pm.
Wanted: students who have traveled to non-English
speaking countries within the last year for a marketing
focus group. For details, contact 434-7724.
Where did I come from? What am I doing here?
Where am I going? Everyone has these questions
sometimes. We can help you find the answers. Pace
the future with confidence. Visit Campus Advent on
Wednesday night at 7:00 in the City Union Auditorium.
Everyone is invited. Bring a friend!
WHERE IN THE WORLD can you find a job teaching
English? Anywhere you want — if you have a Certificate
in Teaching English as a Foreign Language. For
information about a TEFL training course this summer
in South America, call the Augustana College Summer
ESL/TEFL Program at 800-798-8100 x7465 or visit us
on the web: hefios.augustana.edu/snsummer.
Campus Atheists & Agnostics
Meeting tonight at 9:30pm at the Union, room to be
Check It Out!
Diabetes Support Group
Meeting TODAY at University Health Center
Conference room'D, 4 to 5pm.
For students with diabetes,
spouses and friends welcome!
Call 472-7477 for more Information.
Criminal Justice Student
Guest speaker from the State Crime Labilhursday,
March 25, 7 p.m., 1105 Neihardt. Anyone interested
welcome to attend.
Fellowship of Christian Athletes meets this Sunday and
every Sunday at 7:00PM in the Union Centennial room.
EVERYONE IS WELCOME!
Thursday 6:00 pm CBA 26, speaker from Paine Webber
all majors welcome.
Next meeting is 3/28, 5-7 p.m. Call To R.S.V.P. by
Thursday, 3/25: Jennifer (474-6771) or Bobbi
Parking Advisory Committee
The Parking Advisory Committe will meet Monday,
March 29 at 8:15am in the conference room at Parking
Services, 625 Stadium Drive, Suite A.
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Meeting March 25th, 7pm at Dental College. All wel
Come one come all. Meeting tonight at 5pm at the
Wick. Elections will be held, so make sure you’re there.
Social at P.O. Pears, Thursday, March 25 at 5:30pm.
Society for Human Resource Management meeting
Thursday, March 25 at 5:30pm in the Union.
Meeting Thursday, March 25th at 6pm, CBA room 24.
Will be nominating for elections.
STUDENTS IN FREE
Social at PO Pears at 5pm, Wednesday, March 31st.
Everyone welcome.-Gome join us to induct our new of
ficers and say goodbye to the old. Find out how to get
involved with competition.
UNL Students for Life
Thursday, 9 p.m. in the Union.
Congratulaions to Shauna Echolt for being accepted
-Love, your sisters
Congratulations to Scott Peterson, Adam Thompson,
Heath Mello on your resent ASUN elections.
- Your Brothers
Congratulations to the new ASUN president and fellow
Alpha Gamma Sigma brother Andy Schuerman.
Congratulations to Katie Sievers and Brad Kwiatek on
your recent engagement! Best of luck!
-A ¥ your sisters
Congratulations to Nicki Haynes on being selected for
the Lincoln Lightning dance team! Make us proud!
-A ¥ your sisters
Thanks to the lovely ladies of Phi Mu for a fun dinner
exchange. We’re looking forward to watching your
new line of home movies.
-The Men of Acacia
Jake and Seth's party at Mouses Library. Party starts
at 10pm. Giveaways start at 10:30pm. Starting this Fri
day and continuing every Friday.
Did you know 85% of Supreme Court Justices are
Purchase your Cornhusker Yearbook today in the City.
Union. Remember March 31 st is the last day to purchase
Congratulations to this weeks King Pin, John Paulson.
Way to go!
-the men of Sigma Nu
Congratulations to Erin Spiry for being accepted to PA
school at UNMC and Brandy Dalton for accepting a
job in Washington DC. We are very proud of you both
and will miss you next year!
-Love, your sisters
Read the Daily Nebraskan
TC officers for 1999-2000
Vies President-Carmen Riege
Standards Board-Jenni Hagen
Socials-Katie Erickson and CarmeHa Garmon
Pledge Educstor-Jkl Minster
Purchasing Agent-Christine Moran
Alumni Coortanator-AIHaon Ebke
Congratulations to all the new officers!_
1999-2000 POSITIONS OPEN
Have an impact on committees dealing with student
related concerns. Applications available at 115 NE Un
ion for 36 different committee openings for over 200
positions for next year. Deadline for all positions is
4pm, April 12.
Applications are now being taken for summer and fall sales
positions in the advertising department of the Daily Nebraskan.
Must be available 15-20 hours per week, be dependable, outgoing,
and excited about working with people. Any major is acceptable.
We offer commissions based on sales and plenty of sales and
Summer positions begin no later than May 17 and fall positions begin no later
than August 2. Orientation will be scheduled in April for those hired. Summer
staff do not have to be registered for classes, but must be enrolled in at least six
hours during this Spring or the fall semester, maintain a 2.0 minimum G.P.A., and not be on academic
probation. Applications are available at the Daily Nebraskan advertising office, basement of the Nebraska
Union, and must be returned before WEDNESDAY, APRIL 7.
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