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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 28, 2000)
A Relaxation Opportunity I
Join others and relax for 35 minutes Tuesdays I
12:10-12:45pm. Drop in! Room 43, Lower level I
University Health Center
~A great way to get through the day!"
Wednesday - March 1
Disabled Voter Ballots
available at 136 Nebr. Union
Questions - call 472-2581
We are holding officer elections during our next meeting
on March 5th (5-7pm). It is very important that all
members attend-so please come! RSVP to Britt
(email@example.com) or Bobbi (firstname.lastname@example.org) by
March 3rd. Looking forward to seeing you there!
The Cather Circle is a brand new interest group of the
Nebraska Alumni Association consisting of NU’s most
outstanding women alumni. If you are a current female
undergraduate or graduate student with strong leader
ship and a sincere interest in your future, consider ap
plying for the Cather Circle Mentoring Program. Appli
cation deadline is March 3. They are available at the
Wick Alumni Center or online at
application.htm. Questions, call Amy at 472-6853.
DO YOU LIKE TO
SING AND PERFORM?
Then you need to audition for the Scarlet and Cream
Singers. Auditions are being held now through April 11.
Please stop by W(C Alumni building to pick up a flyer.
FAMILY FUN NIGHT
AT THE REC!
Campus Recreation will be hosting Family Fun Night
on March 3 from 5:30-7:30pm. An evening of family fun
and games, prizes, and food will be provided free to
families of the University Community! Fore more infor
mation, call 472-3467. ^
Golden Key Honor Society
Attention graduating Golden Key Members. Honor
cords will be available for sale on Friday and Monday
at the Union. Be sure to stop by the booth and purchase
Tuesday, February 29 is the last day to enter the men’s
and women’s badminton singles tournament. Enter
now at the Office of Campus Recreation. For more in
formation, call 472-3467.
The last day to enter the wheelchair basketball tourna
ment is Tuesday, February 29. Enter your team now at
the Office of Campus Recreation. For more information,
call 472*3467._ ■■
The men’s and womens wrestling meet will take place
on February 28, 29 and March 1 and 2 at the Campus
Recreation Center. No advance entry is required. Call
472-3467 formore 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.
Lesbian Bi Questioning
LBQ is a safe place for lesbians, bi women, and women
questioning their sexual orientation to meet, talk,
learn, and laugh in an informal atmosphere. Meet every
Monday at 5:15pm in 338 Nebraska Union. For more
information call the Women’s Center at 472-2597.
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Representative from Creighton School of Law will meet
students at the Arts and Sciences Advising Center, 107
Oldfater, on Monday, February 28,10:00-12:30. Stop
by or call 472-4190 for an appointment.
Representative from Drake School of Law will meet
students at the Arts and Sciences Advising Center, 107
Oldfather, on Tuesday, February 29,1:30-2:30pm.
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 fr- details, email:
email@example.com or visit oui website at
www.unl.edu/armyrotc. There is no military commit
SUPER CIRCUIT CHANGE ~
The orientation time for the Super Circuit in the Campus
Recreation Center has been changed on Tuesdays
and Thursdays to 10:45am-11:15am (previously it was
10:30-11am). Please take note. This change is effective
February 29. 472-3467.
Watch The Cranes!
Take time to appreciate one of the wonders of Nebras
ka-the sandhill cranes. NU Outdoor Recreation is taking
a trip March 25 to view the cranes and other Nebraska
wildlife. Cost: $90, includes food, transportation, guides,
and insurance. Register by March 21.
FIRST AID CLINIC
Get certified in Wilderness First Aid March 11-12. The
two day clinic will be held in the Campus Recreation
Center. Cost: $120. Registration Deadline: March 1.
For more information call 472-4777.
Campus Red Cross
Wednesday, March 1, 5pm, in basement of the
University Health Center.
Phi Beta Lambda
Business meeting Tuesday, February 29 at 7:30pm in
the City Union. Guest speaker.
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A belated thank you for the remarkable biker party. We
had a great time, and can't wait to do it again!
-The ladies of aaa
Congratulations to Kristen Holmes for being accepted
into the Teacher Education Program. We’re proud of
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Wav to go Nikki Cardillo, Heidi Kiester, Alexis Lewis,
and Morgan Williams on being selected as Rho Chi's
for 2000 Formal Recruitment. Great job girls!
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Sunday, March 5, 4-8 pm. Tickets $4 in advance, $5 at
Congratulations to Erika Meeker and Ashley Snyder for
making Rho Chi. Way to REPRESENT!
Inexpensive, clean, on-campus summer housing. Free
cable, phone, electricity, A/C, W/D. $30/per week. Call
Jerrod at 436-6038, X<t>.
Off campus students-vote for your representatives) on
the Campus Recreation Advisory Council (CRAC) at ei
ther Campus Recreation Office, 55 CRec or 32 ECAB
until 5:30pm on March 1 (polls close). 472-3467.
Just a reminder to return you ballot for the Campus
Recreation Advisory Council by 5:30pm on March 1 to
either Campus Recreation Office, 55 CRec or 32 ECAB.
New Position Open
NU on Wheels Coordinator
Funded by student fees
as a part of ASUN
Applications available at 136 Nebraska Union.
Deadline: March 6
the easy way to win on the web
YOU’VE PROBABLY SEEN OUR AD OVER
AND OVER AGAIN...
and wondered “Is this the right job for me?”
If you like talking on the phone, but don’t want
to sell widgets or do surveys, then this !S the
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You’ll be an
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hour guaranteed. Great
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about you. Call 476-1010 to
set up an interview
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