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We Need Graduate Assistants
In Student Involvement for the 2000-2001 academic
year. Assistantships offer opportunities for decision
making, goal setting, policy development and
evaluation. Applications and position descriptions are
available at 200 NU, 300 ECU, the Culture Center and
the Women's Center. Positions filled on an ongoing hir
Work With Children
•Do you enjoy working with infants/toddlers or
pre-school age children?
•Are you excited about the development of children?
•Would you like 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.
Yankee Hill Country Club is now hiring for full time and
part time banquet servers, wait staff and bartenders.
We offer excellent salary plus gratuity. Paid uniforms
and meals. Flexible scheduling and a positive and fun
working environment. Hiring immediately. Apply at
7600 San Mateo Lane, Tuesday-Saturday, 10am-9pm.
Nanny needed to help out with infant staring in April.
Experience necessary, flexible hours, looking tor some
one who can work 25-30 hours in the summer.
Dependable UNL approved work study student needed
to assist in tropical fish care. Flexible hours,
$6.50/hour. 472-0682, or come to room 2 Manter.
500 Summer Jobs/50 Camps/You Choose!!! ^lew
York, Pennsylvania, New England. Instructors Needed:
Tennis, Basketball, Roller Hockey, Soccer, LaCrosse,
Volleyball, Gymnastics, Lifeguards, WSI, Water Skiing,
Sailing, Wind surfing Aerobics, Archery. Mountain Bik
ing, Rock climbing, Ropes, Dance, Piano Accompanist,
Drama, Ceramics, Woodworking, Photography, Nature,
Nurses, Chefs. Arlene Streisand: 1-800-443-6428;
Camp Leaders Wanted!
Work with kids in the outdoors, be with friends,
gain leadership skills. POSITIONS OPEN: Life
Guards, Ropes Leaders, Naturalist. Arts and
Crafts Director, Office Coordinator, Grounds
Crew, Store Manager, Video Production, Cabin
Counselors. Contact YMCA Camp Kitaki in
Lincoln now for an application at 402-434-9225,
or e-amil campkitakidaol.com
Grand View Lodge
Central MN resort seeks summer employees to work
front desk, housekeeping, kitchen positions, wait staff,
golf courses and waterfront. Contact Jan at (218)
963-2234 for an application or mail inquiries to Grand
View Lodge Golf and Tennis Chib, South 134 Nokomis,
Nisswa. MN 56468.
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 fun 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
472-9481 oralanham20unl.edu. '
Great staff, great facilities, great experience. N.Y.S.
Co-ed Resident Camp 2 hours from NYC. Athletics,
baseball, basketball, tennis, roller hockey, swimming,
water skiing, boat driver, woodworking, photography,
ceramics, ropes/wall. Kennybrook - 633 Saw MUI River
Road, Ardsley, N.Y. 10502. Fax (914) 693-7678,
1 -800-58-Camp2, E-Mail: Kennybrook@AOL.com.
WORK WITH KIDS
Parks and Recreation has openings at 3 rec centers for
summer day camp staff to work with K-7 graders. May
30-August 11, Monday-Friday. Hours available:
6:45am-6:15pm, 20-40 hours per week, $6-$6.60 per
hour. Calvert and Easterday have K-6 grade camps. Ir
ving has K-4 grade and 5-7 grade camps. Apply at the
center of your choice.
Calvert, 4600 Stockwel 441-8480
Easterday, 6130 Adams 441 -7901
Irving, 2010 VanDom 441-7964
Marketing/Communications internship, beginning April
2000. Work with great people and gain valuable work
place experience. Necessary skills: interacting with
people, written & oral communications, computer liter
acy and enthusiasm. Please send resume and cover
letter by March 3 to The Document Station-Xerox,
235 S. 70th St., Suite 105; Lincoln NE 68510; Attn: In
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#1 Panama City Vacationsl Party beachfront at Board
walk, Summit Condos and Mark II. Free drink parties!
Walk to best barsl Absolute best price! All major credit
cards accepted! 1-800-234-7007,
#1 Spring Break Vacations! Cancun, Jamaica, Bahamas,
and Florida. Best prices guaranteed! Free Parties
and cover charges! Space is limited! Book it now! All
major credit cards accepted! 1-800-234-7007,
SPRING BREAK 2000
2000 Spirit of Service Award
Remember! Spirit of Service Award applications are
due by 5:00 p.m. on Friday, February 25, to Student In
volvement, 200 Nebraska Union or 300 Nebraska East
Arts & Sciences
Senate Candidate Debate
Tuesday, Feb. 22, 4:00 - 6:00 p.m. at the Nebraska Un
ion. FREE PIZZA. Speak to candidates individually in
the Pewter Room 4:00 - 5:00. Formal statements and
questions at 5:00 - 6:00. Sponsored by the A & S Stu
dent Advisory Board. ‘ASUN Elections are March 1! All
Campus Red Cross
February 22 and 23,11am-5pm at the Student Union.
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
Tuesday, February 22 is the last day to enter the
men's, women's and co-rec flickerball tournament. Enter
your team now at the Office of Campus Recreation.
For more information, call 472-3467.
INTRAMURAL TABLE TENNIS
Tuesday, February 22 is the last day to enter men's
and women's table tennis singles. Don’t delay! Enter
now at the Office of Campus Recreation. Call 472-3467
for more information.
INTRAMURAL TABLE TENNIS
Tuesday, February 22 is the last day to enter men’s,
women's and co-rec table tennis doubles. Don't delay!
Enter your team now at the Office of Campus Recrea
tion. 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.
Sports & Fitness Day
Today is National Recreational Sports & Fitness Day.
Get involved in some of the best experiences on campus
through NU Campus Recreation. Stop by either
Campus Recreation office to find out what's available!
ONLY 2 WEEKS LEFT!
You still have time to apply to study at a Japanese
University for the fall of 2000, but space is limited, and
the deadline is MARCH 1! Don't miss your last oppor
tunity to experience the culture of Japan as you live
and study with students from around the world! Stop
by CBA 138 for details or contact John at 472-6805 or
jsypal©cbamail.unl.edu - but hurryl Attend an informa
tion session on Wednesday. February 23 at 5:30pm in
CBA 138 or call 472-6805 for more information.
Representative from William Mitchell College of Law
and Hamline School of Law will meet students at the
Arts and Sciences Advising Center, 107 Oldfather, on
Wednesday, February 23, 12:30-2:30pm. Stop by or
call 472-4190 for an appointment.
Apply for Army ROTC Camp Challenge. It's 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:
email@example.com or visit our website at
www.unl.edu/armyrotc. There is no military commit
Summer in Costa Rica
Take a summer course in Costa Rica. Advanced field
studies in Meso-America. Informational meeting on the
summer pre-session course Community & Regional
Brown Bag Lunch Presentation
Slides and Video
Tuesday, February 22 at 12 noon
The Gallery of Architecture Hall
International Affairs, 420 University Terrace, 472-5358.
AA Meetings every Tuesday at 12:30pm. Room F, lower
level of University Health Center. For more information
Meeting tonight in the Union at 7:30. Speaker, Dr. Janet
Ehiers, will teach us how to write an effective personal
statement, get fabulous letters of recommendation and
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Superior (12:30 pm - 6:15 pm, M-F and 8 am - 12 pm
3 Saturdays per month)
Vault (8 am - 4:30 pm M and 12 pm to 4:30 pm T-F)
PT Risk Support Specialist
Database quenes, preparation/formating of reports. Must have college
level math and statistics course work. Microsoft Office 97 experience
Hours are: 1-8pm M, 3:30 - 8pm T,W,Th, 2:30-8pm Friday and 8am to
2pm Saturday. Prefer bank operations/encoding experience or six
months 10 key experience (6,000 minimum).
We offer excellent benefits including free parking located at 1st & Superior, flexible
hours (20-40 hours per week), advancement opportunities, paid vacation and holidays
and casual work environment.
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Phi Alpha Delta Pre-Law Fraternity & the Pre-Law Club
will meet this Wednesday at 6pm in the Union. Professor
Anna Shavers from the UNL Law School will be
Pre-Physical Therapy Club
There will be a speaker on Wednesday. February 23 at
7 pm in the Union. Room will be posted.
Public Relations Club
Meeting this Tuesday, 5-6pm in Avery Flail. Join us for
pizza and a speaker on internships and portfolios.
New and old members are always welcome!
Student Education Association meeting Tuesday Feb
ruary 22, 6 p.m. in Flenzlik 107. Read Across America.
Elections March 7.
University ef Nebraska
Student Foundation Elections Thursday, Febuary 24th,
at 6:00pm in the Union. Officers meet at 5:30pm. If you
have late nominations or questions call Robert or Shelly
Joseph. Attendance is extremely important.
Tech Merger Brown Bag
Join Economics Club and faculty members for a dis
cussion of recent tech mergers on Friday, Feb. 25 at
11:30 in the Union. Room will be posted.
We will meet tonight at 6pm. See you there.
Come and listen to Sarah Brandt talk about shrews,
Wednesday, Feb. 23 at 7pm in the East Campus Union.
Thanks to you wonderful ladies for the Wicked Winter
Bash. If what we were doing on the dance floor isn’t
considered “wicked”-then we don't know
The Men of IAE
We would like to congratulate the following Alpha Chi's
on their induction into the UNL Sledding Team: Sara
Bernes, Katie Kuhr, and Sarah Roosmann. We are cur
rently seeking a replacement member due to a minor
“mishap'' last weekend. All those with a death wish,
talk to Roosmann (as well as your life insurance provid
er). ER Glove Volleyball experience a must!
- J.C. and The Cripple
Congratulations Jacqui Scoular on being selected for
SAA. You’re just too good to pass by!
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Congratulations to the following DG’s for their out
standing academic achievements during fall semester.
4.0’s: Amanda Hergert, Jill Pollard, Katie Sissel, Steph
anie Tveidt, Magan Mullinix, Emily Stuckey, Amy
Vanltorn, Kristi Brown, Kodi Nemunati, Angie Oxley,
Rachelle Warneking, Katie Curry, Amy Osberg, Jackie
Robinson, Ellie Smith and Sarah Zink. 3.5’s & above:
Sara Correll, Erin Hauser, Shannon Hoefer, Ashley
Johnson, Liz Johnson, Misti Kuenning, Melissa
Mecham, Tammy Nguyen, Diane Ray. Anne West, Car
men Bailey, Lisa Evans, Sara Heinrich, Michelle Medina,
Erica Meents, Laura Peterson, Nicole Peterson, Julie
Cotton, Anne Dredla, Mary Engelhardt, Jody
Franzen, Melissa Freyer, Kate Hutchens, Kelley
Karnopp, Sheila Knapp, Ryann McFee, Heather Ras
mussen, Heather Reno, Jill Dougherty, Beth Lee, Mi
Way to go, girls! Fall semester All-House GPA was a
3.39. Obviously, there's some studying going on in be
tween all those fun weekends! Keep up the good work
Congratulations to our newest members: Ashley
Wampler, Nicole DeCostello and Michelle Backlund.
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Congratulations to Justin Clark, Jim Fitzpatrick and
Jared Hollinger for being selected to the All Big 12
Rugby team. Pike Ruggers Rule!
Thanks to Scott Rempe for getting our new computers
in and set up. If Curt wasn’t so worthless, we could
have had them in long ago.
Phi Alpha, Your Brothers
Nebraska Union Board
This board assumes the role of advocate for the various
segments of the University community to the Director of
the Nebraska Unions and the Vice Chancellor
for Student Affairs.
Student Advisory Board
The purpose of the board shall be to represent the stu
dent body in dealing with the health concerns of the
University community. You do NOT have to be from
Pre-Medical professions. Deadline for both positions
is Thursday, February 24, 2000 at 4pm. Applications
are available at 136 Nebraska Union.
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