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ball, Mountain Biking. Tennis, Ropes/Challenge
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photography, fine arts, video/TUm). Waterfront (canoe,
sailing, kayaking). Pool Instructors, Musical Director
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Summer Camp Jobs In Lincoln
Campus Recreations seeks highly motivated students
for a variety of positions with the Husker Kids and
Husker Adventures Recreational Day Camps. Don't
miss your chance to be a part of this bin and rewarding
experience Apply at 55 Campus Recreation Center or
32 East Campus Activities Building or visit
www.unl.edu/crec/FY/camps.html Application deadline
is March 10. For more information contact Amy at
The 4-H Camps in Nebraska, located at the Nebraska
National Forest-Halsey, Schram State Park-Gretna, and
Harlan County Reservoir-Alma, are accepting applica
tions for summer staff. Spend mid-May to mid-August
leading youth in outdoor programs. You will be trained
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 call
Wanted: Summer Interns
Army ROTC has an all expense pad summer internship
opportunity. You’ll get paid to experience adventure
and learn leadership skills, plus qualify for a college
scholarship. Call 472-4269 to see if you qualify, email:
firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our website at
• Maintain routine written and oral communication
with foreign distributors.
• Translate letters and legal documents sufficiently
for decision making.
• Motivate and assist with product training of
• Must speak English and French and/or German
• Business experience or education helpful but not
• Basic computer skills such as typing and
knowledge of word processing and spreadsheet
Hours: Part-time, 9am-12pm, approximately 3-5 days
per week. Wage: $7.00-$8.50 per hour. Apply at 1550
N. 20th Circle or send resume to Senior Technologies,
HR/International Intern, P.0. Box 80238, Lincoln, NE
68501 or email email@example.com. EOE/AAP. Visit
us on our website at www.seniortechnoloqies.com.
The Job Prom
Wednesday, April 5.2000
Hundreds of Internships!
UHL’S Student Employment And Internship Center
345 Nebraska Union
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Seeks students for stories ranging from
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walk, Summit Condos and Mark II. Free drink parties!
Walk to best bars! Absolute best price! All major credit
cards accepted! 1-800-234-7007,
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and Florida. Best prices guaranteedFFree Parties
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Nominations sought for UNL students, faculty or
staff who go beyond role or job expectations to
make the campus more humane, creative, just
Call 476-0355 for information Flyers
and Nomination Forms or
Our first meeting of 2000 wttl be held on Febuary 13,
from 5-7pm. RsVP to Britt (brittsonOmsn.com) or
Bobbi (Iewie680aol.com) by Feburary 10 to join in the
fun. See you there!
The Office of Admissions is currently looking for volun
teer tour guides for various special events this spring.
For more information contact Melissa Anderson at
472-4416 or e-mail 002205000bigred.unl.edu
Music, fellowship, fun, and Jesus Christ all wrapped
up in one! Join us for our first primetime event Thursday,
February 10. at 7pm in the City Union. Guest
speaker Curtis Martin, founder of Fellowship of Catholic
University Students (aka FOCUS) sponsored by FOCUS.
Drop-In Aerobic Class
For only $1 (FREE if you have purchased a FitCard),
you can take advantage of the Drop-In Aerobic class in
the Fitness/Aerobics Room of the Campus Recreation
Center on Saturday, Feb. 12 from 10-11 a.m. The class
will be a step circuit class. Call 472-3467 for more info.
Drop-In Body Compositions
Drop-In Body Compositions will be offered in Room
230 of the Campus Recreation Center February 10 from
1 -2pm. Cost is 52. Call 472-3467 for more information.
Fraternities • Sororities
Clubs • Student Groups
Student organizations earn $1,000-$2,0ob with the
easy campusfundraiser.com three hour fundraising
event. No sales required. Fundraising dates are filling
quickly, so call today! Contact campusfundraiser.com,
(888) 923-3238, or visit www.campusfundretiser.com.
The last day to enter men’s, women’s and co-rec floor
hockey is Tuesday, February 15. Don’t delay. Enter
your team now at the Office of Campus Recreation.
Call 472-3467 for more information.
Information and application
available at the following locations:
ASUN -136 City Union
Student Involvement - City and East Union
Multi-Cultural Affairs - 220 Administration
Vice Chancellor Student Affairs -106 Administration
Deadline 4pm - February 28.
Our Diamond Miss, girl preliminary pageant, 0-19 yrs
For information call (402) 474-4163 or (785) 762-2829.
Representatives from the University of Kansas School
of Law and Washburn School of Law will meet students
at the Arts and Sciences Advising Center, 107
Oldfather, on Thursday, February 10, 10am-12pm.
Stop by or cail 472-4190 for an appointment.
Presents the Belgian film
In French w/English subtitles
Sunday, February 13
Mary Riepma Ross Film Theater
Times: 3pm, 5pm, 7pm, 9pm
Tickets: $4.50 students w/UNL ID
$6.50 non students
Get Them Soon!!
FREE to University Students, Faculty and Staff with
UNL I.D. Tickets available at the Student Government
office, 136 Nebraska Union.
As of Monday, February 14, the remaining tickets will
be available to the general public.
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Congratulations to the SAA New member class of
2000: Lindsey Behrens. Melissa Burk land. Scott Cam
eron. Bradley Carpenter, Justin Cramer, Nate Crocker,
Aaron Franzen, Clint Eckstein, Angela Freudenburg,
Matthew Donahoe, Shelly Hain, Nicklaus Hansen, Alisa
Hardy. Carrie Jensen. Sarah Kippenbrock. Elizabeth
LaBonty, Jessica Lopez, Derek Maurstad, Kirstin
Maurstad. Andy Mixan, John Meuret, Carrie Myers. An
nie Olson, Geoffrey Reno, Jocelyn Robertshaw, Michelle
Schrage, Jacqui Scoular, Ricarda Scully, Mark
Spontanski. Merry Stackhouse. Chad Travers, Kelli
Wilson, Beniamin Wilton, Behrouz Zand..
Teachers College Students!!
February 7-11. Vote for most loveable Teachers Collage
professor. Henzlik TCSAA bulletin board by room
FEBRUARY 13, STUDENT UNION, dance 9-11:30pm
lessons 8-9pm. Students with ID $3, without $5.
Work party tonight, 8pm at Alpha Gamma Sigma Fra
ternity. Come prepared to paint...stuff.
Turn in Chicago trip money ana room assignments by
Friday, February 11 to Kelly Jo's office, room 44 Avery
Hall. Trip information meeting Wednesday, February 16
in Ad Lounge. 5:30 pm.
University of Nebraska
Regular meeting and officer nominations Thursday
February 10 at 6 p.m. in the Nebraska Union. Officers
and new members meet at 5:30 p.m.
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Party meetingFebruary 13, 2000, 2:30-4:00 p.m.. City
Union. Room TBA. Bring favorite candy!_
Pre-Dental Club will be meeting February 10, at 7pm in
the Dental CoHeqe, Student Panel.
Meeting this Thursday from 5-9pm (or later if you
would like). Meet at the Wick Center at 5pm to welcome
our senSAAtional New Members!
Meeting on February 10. 6 pm in Henzlik 107. Pat
Brown with LPS will speak about why African American
history is important to teach in our schools.
Meeting 4 pm Sunday. February 13 in HENZLIK LOB
BY. Hope to see you there!
Hey, Rhi! Maybe next game you should leave the
Love, Your Teammates
Ice skating with you Tuesday night was cool. Cool, get
Congratulations to Amy Nguyn on her Internship with
the Omaha WOrid Herold and to Julie Cotton on her in
ternship with Methodist Hospital. «
We learned our lesson about table dancing! We love ya!
__ The A r Sophomores
To the Sophomores and priviedged juniors! Thanks for
Papaloopa 2000! We can’t wait until next year!
Love, The A r Sophomores
INDUSTRIAL AND MECHANICAL ENGINEERS
FULL TIME A SUMMER INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITIES
Lozier Corporation, one of the leading manufacturers of store fixtures, has an outstanding
opportunity to join our Engineering team at our manufacturing facility in Omaha, NE. If you
are a career minded individual, then you may be a candidate for this position.
Full time positions require a Bachelor’s degree in Industrial or Mechanical Engineering.
Those seeking internships must be at least a sophomore and making progress toward a
degree in Industrial or Mechanical Engineering. Capable of project management, standard
manufacturing engineering functions and general knowledge of manufacturing processes
and methods of operations. Excellent communication skills and the ability to manage
multiple projects in a fast pace environment is also a must.
You will be eligible for an excellent compensation package that includes competitive
salary benefits including a 401 (k) dIus a pension plan; and tuition reimbursement. Our
goal is to hire and retain talented people by providing internal growth opportunities.
If this sounds like the right development opportunity for you, please send your resume to:
1 Fax: (402) 457-8678
Attn: April Strong
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Love. Your Sisters
King Pin this week goes to Don Paulson. All those
electrical engineering courses just to put up some ceil
ing fans. We appreciate it.
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Questions about Student Fees??
The Committee for Fees Allocation
Thursday, February 10-6:00 pm
City Union-room to be posted
CFA will vote on ti« budget request
of the Campus Recreation Center
Stop by or call the Student Government office
at 472-2581 for more information
Come see what Duff is all about. Open house meeting
Thursday at 6:30pm in the Union or contact us at
ASUN Student Government Elections-March 1.
Take the University Back!
Wednesday - March 1,2000
Questions about the process should be directed to the
Student Government office at 136 Nebraska Union or
DEBATES CURRENTLY SCHEDULED
Wed. - Feb. 16 at 9:30 pm - East Union
Thurs. - Feb. 24 at 8:00 pm - Neihardt
Tues. - Feb. 29 at 11:00 am - City Union
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