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If you are interested in running in the Spring ASUN
(Student Government) elections sign the list in the
ASUN office, 136 NE Union. Groups that are forming
win be checking it to fiM their slates.
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BEST PART TEI.ZE JOB IN TOWN!!!
Work as few as 8 or up
to 40 hours per week
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$250.00 hiring bonus
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JRW SALES TELEMARKETING
1*25 “P” STREET 434-3070
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The National Bank of Commerce BankCard
Division is experiencing tremendous growth!
We have immediate openings for the following positions:
Part-time Credit Card Collector
Responsible for maintaining a low delinquency rate and reducing charge
offs, performs various collections duties (i.e. return checks, reports).
5 pm - 9pm Sunday, 4:30 pm - 9 pm M-TH.
Customer Service Representatives
Handles incoming customer phone calls, answers customer questions and
concerns. Various hours.
We offer excellent benefits including free parking located at 1st & Superior, flexible
hours (20-40hours per week), advancement opportunities, paid vacation and holidays
and casual work environment. \
We have a unique retail concept that offers famous
brand merchandise at 1/2 department store prices
everyday. Our stores offer a pleasant shopping
atmosphere with an emphasis on merchandise
presentation. We have immediate part-time postitions
• Monthly Incentive Program
• Flexible Hours
‘ Competitive Wages
• 20% Associate Discount
If interested please apply in person
at the following location:
4600 Vine St. • Lincoln, NE 68503
Equal Opportunity Employer
Dead Week Policy
Finals only at time per Official Schedule of Classes or
time during week mutually agreeable to all. Examina
tions allowed during Dead Week: laboratory practical
examinations, make-up or repeat examinations and
self-paced examinations. Quizzes are acceptable.
Projects, papers and speeches due Dead Week need
to have been assigned by the eighth week of the se
mester. Project and scope, not topic. Please review
your sylabi for Dead Wlsek conflicts. Contact the Student
Government office, 136 Nebraska Union,
1472-25811 with diacreoancies or auestions.
Come explore the Sabbath Truth with Campus Advent
tonight. 7pm, City Campus auditorium.
Confidential Gay Men’s
Wednesdays from 6-7:30p.m. For more information
call Dr. Diaz-Perdomo at Counseling and Psychological
Services at 472-7513 or e-mail
Congratulations to all of the newly elected executives
and committee chairpersons to the University Program
Vice President-Tom St.Germain
Programming Secretary-Alicia Bacon
Financial Manager-Emily Bannick
Membership Coordinator-Amy Knowlton
East Campus-Jessie Stock
Gender Issues-Kylie Wolf
Minority Programs-Nikki Fulkner
Public Relations-lngrid Kuester
Go Big Red!
In the ever-growing market, international experience is
a must to get ahead. Gain the advantage through the
Sertshu University exchange program in Tokyo, Japan.
Tour multinational companies like Sony and Mitsubishi.
Spend 2 weeks living with a Japanese family, and
make friendships that last a lifetime. No prior Japanese
language study is necessary. Come find out more at
one of the following information sessions in CBA138:
• Tuesdays-10,10:30 and 11am
W •Thursdays-10,1030and Ham
• Fridays-10.10:30 and 11 am
HOLIDAY POTTERY SALE
UNL Ceramics Club invites the public to a Holiday
Sale, Nelle Cochrane Woods HaH.
* Friday December 10:9am-5pm
* Saturday December 11:9am-12m
Woods Hall is located west of the Sheldon Art Gallery.
Stop in and meet the artists and join us for a cup of
Chancellor’s Senior Honorary
Applications for membership and for freshmen schol
arships are now available. They are both due by January
21,2000, and are available at Student Involvement,
106 Administration. Culture Center, and Honor’s Office.
MORTAR BOARD NOTABLES
Mortar Board is a National Senior Honor Society that
recognizee college seniors for distinguished ability and
achievement in exceptional scholarship, leadership,
and service. Alt JUNIORS with a 3.3 GPA or higher are
invited to seek membership in the Black Masque
Mortar Board also invites outstanding freshmen, soph
omores, and seniors that demonstrate the same high
standards to apply as Mortar Board Notables.
Information sheets are available now at the Office of
Student Involvement, the Culture Center, the Honors
Lounge (118 Neihardt), the ASUN office, 106 Canfield
Administration, the Hewit Center, the Muiti-Cutturai Af
fairs Office, and the Office of Greek Affairs.
Completed informational sheets are due Friday, Jan.
14 at 4pm to 106 Canfield Administration.
Put your face in cyberspace.
Video greeting cards. cardsAlive.com
Rewarding Summer Program
$20,0001n College Scholarship Opportunities
Enroll in Army ROTC Camp Challenge for 5 weeks this
summer. Catch up on 2 years of Army ROTC courses,
and compete for a college scholarship worth up to
$20,000. Call 472-4269 for details, email:
goldbar9unl.edu or visit our website at
Congratulations to this years newly elected officers:
President: Paul Horky
Vice President: Matt Donahoe
Secretary: Tasha Hunke
Treasurer Christi Hollman
Philanthropy: Kristy Keller
Calling Campaigns: Brent Eliason
Social: Mike Callahan
Tailgate: Sara Miley
Car Raffle: Jenna Venema
Homecoming: Kirstin Maurstad
Officer transition meeting December 7 at 6pm in the
Office of Admissions.
UNIVERSITY HEALTH CENTER
December 2<£-23, 8am-5pm
December 24,1999-January 2,2000 - Closed
Saturday, January 8 - Resume regular schedule
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UNMC Clinical Perfusion
Representative win be at Arts & Sciences Advising, 107
Oldfather Hall on Wednesday, December 8 from
9-11am. Call 472-4190 for appointment.__
Actuarial Science Club,
Meeting tonight, 5pm in CBA 306. New officer
elections will be held. Pizza and pop will be provided.
Graduate Women in Science will meet Wednesday,
December 8 at 12p.m. in the East Campus Union. Linda
Pratt will be present to discuss the gender equity
Change is in the air...
Work at Hudson Bay Company and work to
change environmental and social policy for
the better. Learn about women’s issues, clean
water laws and patients’ bill of rights issues.
We offer good pay at $8.25 per hour
guaranteed, benefits at 20+ hours and
supportive management. National conferences
twice a year.
941 O St., Suite 625
For an Interview, call 476-1010
Mon. - Fri. 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Visual Merchandiser ;
One of the most dynamic off-price retailers in the Midwest,
presently operates 33 stores in eight Midwestern states.
If you have experience in fashion merchandising, visual
display or design background and possess good communication
skills, we want to talk with you. We currently have an opening for
a full-time Visual Merchandiser. We have a unique retail concept
that offers famous brand merchandise at 1/2 department store
prices everyday. Preferred 1 years experience in Visual
Mwchandising. WE OFFER:
^ • A competitive houly wage
• Flexible hours
• 20% Associate Discount
* As a full-time associate, you will receive a comprehensive
benefits package that includes paid vacations and holidays
* Potential for promotion within the organization
Come explore this excellent career opportunity
by applying in person at the following location:
4600 Vine Si • Lincoln, NE 68503
_ Equal Opportunity Employer
NU Pre-Veterinary Club
The NU Pre-Veterinary Club will hold its monthly meeting
on TONIGHT at 7pm in the East Campus Union.
Room to be posted. Freshman and new members
please report at 6:30pm. For more information please
stop by the Pre-Veterinary Advising Center at VBS
Phi Beta Lambda
Don’t forget the Holiday Party tonight. Meet at 6pm at
the Union (R Street side) and we will walk to YiaYia's
There will be an SNA meeting tonight at 6:30pm in
Benton Basement Everyone is welcome!_
SoH and Water Resource Club
Elections!! December 7,1999,7pm in 148 L.W. Chase
Hall. Free pizza and pop. Everyone welcome. Ques
Meeting December 7 at 4:30pm in the basement of the
Undergraduate Women in
Christmas party tonight at 6:30pm. Meet at Spaghetti
Works in the party room downstairs.
Elections for the executive board. Take a chair and
make a difference, Wednesday, Dec. 8 at 7pm in NRH
All Greek Study Break
Free pizza and pop Tuesday, Dec. 7 from 8-10:30p.m.
in the Centennial Ballroom. Wear your Greek letter fo
enter. Prize for the house with the most people. Spon
sored by Greek Ambassadors.
Congratulations to Joe Dierks for being elected IFC
Overall Rush Chairman.
Congratulations to our recently elected Rush Chairs,
Justin Kucks and Eric Johnson.
__ V ^our Brothers
Campus Rec. Advising Council
Residence Hall Representative
Be a part of the committee that governs Campus Rec.,
help with budget prep., programs, rules interpretations,
Deadline: Dec. 17 at 4pm
Applications available at136 Nebraska Union.
Student Court 2000-01
Applications are now available
for term to begin in Spring of 2000
Deadline is December 17
Applications available at 136 Nebraska Union
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