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The American Reads program is looking for volunteers
to assist with tutoring, aner-school activities and en
richment activities. Tnis program works with K-3 mi
nority children in the Arnold Heights area. If you are in
terested or have questions, please call Allegra Guzman
at the Carol Yoakum Family Resource Center.
Work With Children
•Do you enjoy working with infants/toddlers or
pre-school age children?
•Are you exerted about the development of children?
•Would you Nke to be eligible for a tuition scholarship?
If so, the Gallup Child Development Center may have a
position for you. Call our Interviewing Center Today!
486-6700. Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm. EOE.
New York couple seeks live-in nanny to help with 3
small children. Private room, board. Great opportunity
(516^541 sHeS* fam'ly' Ca" (212)-547-6070or fax at
Go To Camp This Summer!
Nebraska's premiere resident camp, YMCA
Camp Kitaki, located on the Platte River, is seek
ing applicants for counselors, lifeguards, wran
glers, crafts, ropes, and trips. We offer fun.
friends, outdoors, and the experience of a life
time. Call YMCA Camp Kitaki in Lincoln for an
application at (402) 434-9225, or e-mail campki
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 Director
and General Counselors. TOP 8ALARIES AND BENE
FITSIII ON-LINE APPLICATION!! 800-408-1404 or
The Job Prom
Wednesday. April 5,2000
Why hike in our back country, ride horses on our rugged
trails and breathe fresh mountain air all summer
long? It comes with the job. Spend your summer work
ing at Cheley Colorado Camps in Estes Park, Colorado.
Room and board, June 4-August 8. Apply on-line at
www.cheley.com or can 1 -800-CampFun.
Over 100 local internships!
Hundreds of national and international internships
The Student Employment and Internship Center
“Your work experience headquarters’
Help sessions: 5:00 p.m. Tuesdays. 3:30 p.m. Thurs.
345 NE Union: 472-6364
Students, start your semester off right with an
internship at Sandhills Publishing!
Ifyou m currently looking to gain experience in the
Marketing, Editorial, or systems areas, check out
wnat Sandhills Publishing can offer!
♦ Flexible Schedules
♦ Paid Internships (starting at $7/hour)
♦ Professional Work Environment
♦ Experience in Various Career Fields
♦ Opportunity to Enhance Classroom Learning
If you are a sophomore, junior or senior interested in an
internship opportunity, please send resume and cover
Attn: Human Resources
PO Box 82545
Lincoln. NE 68501-2545
Or fill out an on-line application at:
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MAZATLAN & CANCUN: Spring Break from $369.00.
Includes 14 free meals and 23 hours of free drinks.
We ve been taking students for 32 years. Want to travel
free, ask how! Call toll free, 1-800-395-4896
Spring Break 2000
Ail the information you need. Panama City, Daytona.
Key West, South Padre.
This scholarship is sponsored by the University Am
bassadors. The application is due on Jan. 28. This
scholarship is open to all students not involved with
the University Ambassadors. Applications are available
at the Office of Admissions and Student Involvement.
A Relaxation Opportunity
Join others and relax for 35 minutes Tuesdays
12:10-12:45pm. Drop in! Room 43, Lower level
University Health Center
"A gnat wty to get through the day!"
Kappa Phi Club invites you to the Rose Tea on
Wednesday, January 19 from 6-7pm at Cornerstone
(640 N. 16th Street). Join us for Fellowship, Bible Study,
Service, and Worship!
Attention UPC members: Meeting on Tuesday, January
18. Execs at 6:30 pm. All members at 7:00 pm. In Stu
CBA Students .
Want to get involved? Need to spice up your resume?
Join Delta Sigma Pi, CBA's premier co-ed business
fraternity. Informational meetings will be held in CBA
222 on Wednesday, January 12 from 6-7pm and
Wednesday and Thursday, January 19 and 20 from
7-8pm. Stop by our booth across from the CBA advising
office, or call Darius at 436-9937 for more information.
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
Cool buttons, tees, stickers, jewelry, and more! Boon
doggies, 120N. 14th Street (inside the Ozone).
Did you read SHOGUN?
—but it wasn't how YOU remembered it?
While studying at Senshu University in Tokyo, Japan,
rekindle memories from possible past lives-or simply
earn 17-20 credits towards your degree studying the
culture, language and business in the land of the nsing
sun. Either way you are sure to have the time of your
Hfe. or should I say, lives..
Call 472-6805 for details or stop by CBA 138:
EATING ISSUES SUPPORT
A small, comfortable environment with women who are
struggling with eating issues. Wednesdays,
3:30-4:30p.m., Nebraska Union 338. Call Norma.
472-7450, for more information.
FFA Alumni Meeting
Our monthly meeting will be held in the East Campus
Union on Tuesday, January 18th at 8 p.m. Room will
Chancellor^ 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.
The last day to enter Men's, Women's, and Faculty/Staff
basketball is Tuesday, January 18. Don’t delay!
Enter your team now at the Office of Campus Recrea
tion. Call 472-3467 for more information.
The manager meeting for Men's and Women’s
Broomball will be held on Tuesday, January 18 at
5p.m. in the Nebraska Union. Each team must have
one representative present to be eligible for competition.
Call 472-3467 for more information.
Tuesday, January 18 is the last day to enter the men's
and women's pre-season basketball tournament. Enter
your team now at the Office of Campus Recreation. For
more information, call 472-3467.
Pleasejoin us for the 24 hour PRAYER LAUNCH from
noon Thursday to noon Friday at the Lutheran Chapel
(16th and Q).
Tueeday, January 18-First Resume Deadline
Get ready for a great interview season at UNL! Many
great companies will be interviewing at UNL this se
mester. Allstate, ADM, Black & Veatch, Cargill, GE.
Hewitt, Lozier, Mutual of Omaha, MClWortdCom, Prin
cipal Financial, Towers Perrin, US West are just a few
of the companies whose deadline is Tuesday, January
18. SUBMIT YOUR RESUME TODAY.
For more information, visit the UNL Career Services
Center, 230 Nebraska Union.
Pan-Pacific Study Tour
To Melbourne, Brisbane, Cairns (Great Barrier
Reef), and Tahiti. Earn up to 6 credit hours next
summer. All majors welcome. Will have an infor
mational meeting on Thursday, January 20 from
3-4 p.m. Room 222 in CBA. All interested stu
dents should attend. CalW72-3353 if you have
Nominations for Outstanding Contributions to the
GLBT Committee Award are due by January 31,2000.
Help recognize any individual or group who has helped
make UNL a safer, more respectful and inclusive com
munity. Application forms are available:
• Chacellors Office
• 116 Bancroft Hall
• 202 Andrews Hall
• Offices of Student Affairs (City & East Campus)
• E-mail a form request to: kqrosskoOunlserv.unl.edu
Applications for Student Alumni Association are now
available! Be a part of the group that is known on cam
pus for its unmatched leadership, involvement and fun.
Information sessions: January 18, 7 pm, City Union
and January 18,7 pm, Wick Alumni Canter
Pick up applications at the Wick, ASUN, Student In
volvement and the Culture Center.
Filing forms are now available
at 136 Nebraska Union for the
Student Government Election March 1
Did you study abroad fall 1999? Come for credit transfer
info today. If you’ve been back for a semester or
more, come to the party at 5pm. Food and beverages
provided. R.S.V.P Internationa) Affairs. 472-5358.
Apply for Army ROTC Camp Challenge. Its a 5-week
paid adventure where you’ll learn to rappel, navigate
and learn to be a leader. Plus, you’ll get a chance at a
college scholarship. Call 472-4269 for details, email:
goldbarOunl.edu or visit our website at
www.unl.edu/armyrotc. There is no military commit
Monthly meeting January 1B at 5:30pm in East Campus
Union. Speaker and pizza.
Arts and Sciences Student Advisory Board meeting
Tuesday, January 18 at 5pm in the Union. All Arts and
Science students welcome to attend.
Campus Red Cross
Wednesday, January 19, 5pm, in basement of the
University Health Center. _
Freshman Connection will meet today in City Union.
Next week will resume in Culture Center.
NU Pre-Veterinary Club
Will be holding its monthly meeting on Wednesday
January 19 in VBS145 at 7pm. Freshmen and new
members report at 6:30pm. Remember bring your raf
fle tickets and money; pictures are being taken during
Don’t forget, we're celebrating a millennium of service
tonight at 6:30pm in the Union. Room will be posted.
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There will be an SNA meeting Thursday, January 20
from 12-1pm in Benton Basement. Food will be provid
ed- Everyone is welcome.
Soil & Water Resources Club
Meeting at LW Chase Hall, Room 148 on Tuesday,
January 18, at 7:00 p.m. Refreshments will be provided.
University of Nebraska
Novice to expert road, or tn mountain. If you want to
compete or just learn more about the sport, this is the
place for you. The meeting will be on Wednesday. Jan
uary 19 at 8:30 pm, Rec Center TV lounge. Contact
Congratulations to Sarah Schoenrock for being selected
to the 2000 Involvement Team
Congratulations to Rhiannon Kenner for being elected
Recruitment Chair of Panhellenic.
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Committee For Fees
Allocation Off Campus
Be a part of the Committee that reviews student fees.
Deadline: January 21 at 4:00p.m.
Applications available at 136 Nebraska Union.
Daily Nebraskan Advisory board to the Board of Re
gents-hire the editor, business manager, and advisor.
Publication Board 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 complaints against the paper.
Applications available at 136 Nebraska Union. Deadline
is 4pm, February 1.
Homecoming Steering Committee Chair 2000
Homecoming Royalty Chair 2000.
Applications available at
ASUN office-136 Nebraska Union,
Deadline Friday, February 4.
Positions open to represent the following colleges:
Business, Dental and Graduate College on senate.
Must be enrolled in the college.
Applications available at 136 Nebraska Union. Deadline
4 pm, January 21.
Student-at-large positions open for the 2000-2001 year
beginning the end of March. Be a part of the board that
appoints students to 32 campus wide committees.
Application available in the ASUN office. 136 Nebraska
Union. Deadline is 4:00 pm, Friday, February 4,
Student Government Election
Student Election Group Form
If you are forming a group and
wish to be included on the ballot
Filing DeadNne Noon-Jan. 26
Survey & Referendum Questions
Filing DeadNne 4 pm-Jan. 26
Copies of the Election Rules
are available in the ASUN office
136 Nebraska Union
Filina forms are now available
at 136 Nebraska Union for the
Student Government Election March 1
Student Impact Team
Tuesday, January 18 - 7pm
Selleck Hall Dining Room
Questions?? - 472-2581
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16 Madras money
19 Skiing mecca
20 Parisian season
22 Canary calls
25 Marker, so to
26 Wall Street
27 New ones are
31 Dressing site
34 Author Anita
39 Thin and bony
41 Score more
42 Entreat in
43 Illegal firing
44 Rescue squad
50 Suppresses, as
54 Snuck a look
58 Actor Vigoda
59 Diarist Nin
64 Sunset locale
65 Double curves
66 Bona fide
67 Lyric poems
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4 Significant time
7 Rifles and such
8 — de deux
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37 Jose or Juan
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