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TMi% End Camp - Baseball. Basketball. Golf. Volley
ball. Mountain Biking, Tennis, Ropes/Challenge
Course, Hockey, Arts & Crafts (woodworking, ceramics
photography, fine arts, videomlm). Waterfront (canoe
sailing, kayaking), Pool Instructors, Musical Directoi
and General Counselors. TOP SALARIES AMD BENE
FIT8III ON-LINE APPLICATION!! 800-406-1404 oi
The 4-H Camps in Nebraska, located at the Nebraska
National Forest-Halsey. Schram State Park-Gretna, anc
Harlan County Reservoir-Alma, are accepting applica
tions for summer staff. Spend mid-May to mid-Augusi
leading youth in outdoor programs. Ybu will be trainee
to teach nature, ropes/confidence course, canoeing,
tubing, crafts, overnight camping, and many more pro
grams. You do not need to be in 4-H to apply- Applica
tion deadline is February 28.2000. For information cal
402-472-6717 or e-mail olorkovicl6iunl.edu.
Graphic Artist Intern
Sandhills Publishing has a great opportunity
available for students interested in Graphic Arts!
We are looking for creative and motivated students to
fill our Graphic Artist Intern position.
The intern will focus on designing and creating web
sites for customers of our publications, as well as
creating various advertising projects and illustrations.
If you are interested in the Graphic Artist internship
with Sandhills Publishing, please send a resume and
cover letter to: Sandhills Publishing, Attn: Human
Resources, PO Box 82545, Lincoln, NE 68501 -2545
or complete an on-line application
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walk, Summit Condos and Mark II. Free drink parties!
Walk to best bars! Absolute best price! All major credii
cards accepted! 1-800-234-7007
#1 Spring Break Vacations! Can cun, Jamaica, Bahamas,
and Florida. Best prices guaranteed! Free Parties
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major credit cards accepted! 1-800-234-7007,
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
All the information you need. Panama City, Daytona,
Key West, South Padre.
_ $400 Scholarship
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 ape available
at the Office of Admissions and Student Involvement.
SUE TIDBALL AWARD
Nominations sought for UNL students, faculty or
staff who go beyond role or job expectations to
make the campus more humane, |ust, creative
' and liveable.
Call 476-0355 or http://www.unl.edu/tidbrll/ for
more Information Flyers and Nomination Forms
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 14
Answers for Fri. Jan. 21
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Learn to communicate thoughts and feelings more ef
fectively. Begins Mqnday, February 7 at 3:30pm. Must
register ($30 Fee). CaV Mary at 472-7450.
Business students, do you want to be more involved?
Come check out Alpha Kappa Psi Professional Business
Fraternity, Wednesday January 26 at 6pm in the
Union (room win be posted). There will be free pop.
Cool buttons, tees, stickers, jewelry, and more! Boon
doggles, 120 N. 14th Street (inside the Ozone).
In Dating Relationships
Don’t fell powerlessfcome learn about the signs and
what you can do for yourself or to help a friend. Sue
from the Rape Spouse Abuse Center will speak Thurs
day, January 27 at 7pm in the Nebraska Union.
Fitness and Wellness
FREE classes, information, and raffle!
Call 472-3467 for details.
The Institute of Management Accountants (IMA) is a
student group that focuses on the application of ac
counting in all parts of life. Any students who are inter
ested in accounting or business are welcome at our
meetings. All majors are welcome. Our first meeting is
on January 26 at 6 pm. City Union (room posted). Our
speaker will be Dr. James Brown and he will be dis
cussing alternate accounting study programs at UNL.
Dress is casual. Call Phil at 436-0989 if you have any
The league of Creative Aritis-Lincoin is now looking for
visual, Titeraiv and performing artists for upcoming
shows. 438-7838/438-2486, or localincolnOhome
PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE
If you are one of the more than 30 people who walked
away from the recent (1/16) Free Skate Night at the Ice
Box with a pair of ice skates not your own, PLEASE re
turn them to the Campus Recreation Center ASAP. No
questions asked. Failure to return the skates will jeop
ardize future Free Skate Nights. THANK YOU for your
Men and Women’s Rugby Practice
Tuesday and Thursday, 5:30-8 p.m.
For Information: 472-3467
New Players Welcome!
Meeting for Students In Free Enterprise this Wednesday,
5 pm in Union. Everyone is welcome.
Filing forms are now available
at 136 Nebraska Union for the
Student Government Election March 1
Students With Children
Wednesdays 12:30-1:30pm in 338 Nebraska Union.
Call Gail for more information at 472-7450.
Apply for Army ROTC Camp Challenge. It’s a 5-week
paid adventure where you’ll learn to rappel, navigate
and leam to be a leader. Plus, you'll get a chance at a
college scholarship. Call 472-4269 for details, email:
goldoarOunl.edu or visit our website at
www.unl.edu/armyrotc. There is no military commit
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The power to Amplify I lO 1
The mark of the immature man is that he wants to die
nobly for a cause. The mark of the mature man is that
he wants to live humbly for one.* -J.D. Salinger.
SWAT, Students Working Actively Together, is a group
of men and women who contribute to the community
through various volunteer activities. Informational and
organizational PIZZA PARTY, Wednesday, January 26
at 7pm in the City Union. Questions?
J. University of Nebr*sk»-Uncotn
Student Election Group
Join us for an informal organizational meeting, January
27 at 6:30pm, Nebraska Union. Everyone is welcome!
Actuarial Science Club
Meeting January 26 at 6:00 pm in CBA 308. Will be
discussing upcoming interviews. Food and drinks pro
Campus Red Cross
Wednesday, January 26, 5pm, in basement of the
University Health Center.
All Christian Women invited to the Kappa Phi Club at
Cornerstone (640 N. 16th St), Wednesday. January
26th, 6pm. Join us for fellowship, service, bible study,
and worship. Questions call 475-0278.
International Radio and Television Society
IRTS will meet Wednesday, January 26 in Avery Hall,
Room 201 at 6:30pm. New members are welcome, so
come for some FREE PIZZA!
Meeting 7 pm in LW Chase. Regular business meeting.
Don’t forget Phi Aplha Delta Initiation this Wednesday
at 6:00 in the Union. Members and new initiates only.
Student Nurse’s Association will hold a meeting on
Thursday. January 27 from 12-1 pm in Benton Base
ment. Everyone is welcome to attend.
Meeting tonight at 6:30pm at Henslik 117.
Come and find out what the professionals look for
when hiring. East Campus Union at 7:00 p.m. on
Wednesday, January 26.
First meeting of the year tonight at 6:30pm at State
Headquarters at 27th and Capital Parkway. We will be
planning for the coming election year. New members
Congratulations Kristin Wismer on your acceptance into
medical school. We'll miss you next year.
-Love your sisters
Congratulations to our newly elected officers:
Kitchen Chief-Travis Lund. Rich Siefken
Crescent Editors-Brian Monke, Michael Fuchs
Computer Chairman-Pat Heine, Brandon Kai
Assistant Social-Casey Potter, Andrew Maddox
Courtesy Chair-Andy Bose
Athletic Chair-Brian Vauricek
Congratulations to Katie Lewis and Keith Brennen on
their recent engagement!
_ i - Lyte^your sisters
Congratulations to Tami Bernth for getting first in her
diving meet! We’re so proud of you!
_Love, your sisters
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Congratulations to our new initiates to the active chap
ter: Jeremy Albin, Andy Anderson, Jeff Backemeyer,
Dan Darling, Paul Demmel. Nick Dolan, Brent Ellison,
Brent Frerichs. John Higley, Josh Ladd, Nate Luehrs,
Chad McCammoh, Mitch Minarick, Pat Moore, Adam
Petersen, Curtis Rickertson, Luke Schmid, and Lucas
We are very proud of you - Your Brothers
Congratulations to brothers Bob Novotny and Brian
Magnusson on your positions with NSE this summer.
Congratulations to our little ‘Movie Star,’ Michelle
Schrage. Your were great! Yes, you can do it better
than that ‘Saved By The Bell’ girl!
Love in AOT,
Thanks for the FAC last Friday. We had a great time.
Jayson, sorry about your head!
Love the ladies of nB<J>
More Than Cleaning Ditches
Looking for a volunteer group that also values serious
socializing? Co-ed service fraternity Alpha Phi Omega
is for you. Informational meetings Wednesday, Jan. 26
at Neihardt, 7:00 pm; Abel, 8:00 pm; HSS, 9:00 pm.
Questions? Call Tim at 484-6210.
Need a cell phone, but don’t have the cash? LISTEN
UP! SAE has teamed up with Cellular One to offer
university students unbelievable rates. Ysu gotta check
this out....Go chat with Mr. Jeremy Broz all mis week in
the union at our SAE booth. He’ll hook you up with a
great plan! (And even if you’re crazy and don’t want a
phone, at least stop by and say hi.Broz gets lonely
Phi Alpha, and I’ll talk to you soon on your new phone,
Your Corresponding Secretaries
Congratulations to the brother of the week, Matt
Glathar! Thanks for all your hard work during “l-Week".
_- The Active Chapter
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Quiz question coming soon...
-The Quiz Masters
NU Student Government
Wednesday, January 26
6:30pm East Campus Union
Information and Agenda Available
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.
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, Febaiav 4.
Student Government Election
Student Election Group Form
If you are forming a group and
wish to be included on the ballot
Filing DeadHne Noon-Jan. 26
Survey & Referendum Questions
Filing DeadHne 4 pm-Jan. 26
Copies of the Election Rules
are available in the ASUN office
136 Nebraska Union
Filing forms are now available
at 136 Nebraska Union for the
Student Government Election March 1
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