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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (April 18, 2000)
What Are You Doing
After Graduation? 1
The Lincoln Literacy Council is looking for two energet
ic and motivated people to join our team as
AmeriCorps VISTA members. Benefits include a month
ly stipend and education award, and the satisfaction of
making a difference! Call 476-7323 for more informa
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 Todayl
486-6700, Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm. EOE.
Child care needed for boy age 7 and girl age 4. Country
club area, all day Thursday and Friday's in June, and
additional hours last week in June. Please call Stacy at
College student needed to babysit 4 and 8 year olds
this summer in our home. Hours: 7:45am-5pm on
Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday. If interested call,
421-1663. Must have car and references required.
Overnight sitter needed for 2 children, ages 3 and 6.
Weekend of April 29-30, from noon Saturday until 8pm
Sunday. Responsible with references. $100 cash.
486-9212, after 6pm.
Part time companion needed for boys ages 7 and 12.
June and July, hours and pay negotiable. 477-9820.
Education & Museum
Fun and resume building work study available at the
Museum of Nebraska History. Work with youth groups
and families in the hands-on History Adventure Center.
Agronomy field research assistant In weed science.
$6-$6.20/hour plus overtime. No experience necessary,
but must be in good physical condition.. Contact Sean
Evans at 472-9W3.
Attention Vocal Music and
Summer Help Wanted
Interested in spending the summer in Musical Theater?
The Crystal Palace Review at Front Street in Ogallala,
NE is now hiring men and women for the Summer 2000
season. Interested persons should have experience in
vocal music and theater.
For more information contact Leticia at (402)
325-8762 or ibp6858eNebr.Weaieyan.edu
(Check out Front Street's web page for pictures and in
formation at www.megavision.net/frontstreet)
Country summer camp leader at Prairie Hill Learning
Center, 10 miles south of Lincoln. 438-6668 for inter
For Summer Work
For Custom Harvesting. Combine operators and truck
drivers. Experience preferred. Good summer wages.
Call (970)483-7490 evenings.
Summer babysitter needed for 3 kids ages 7-9 at our
home in Southeast Lincoln. 484-8234.
Summer Camp Jobs. NY, PA, New England. Instructors
needed: Tennis, Basketball, Roller Hockey, Soccer,
LAX, Volleyball, Gymnastics, Lifeguard, WSI, Waterski
ing, Sailing, Canoe, Windsurfing, Archery, Mt. Biking,
Rockclimbing, Ropes, Dance, Piano Accompanist, Dra
ma, Ceramics, Woodshop, Arts and Crafts, Nature,
RN's, Chef. Arlene Streisand;M-800-443-643B;
Summer In Colorado
Enjoy the great outdoors while getting valuable work
experience. Wildernest Property Management is locat
ed in Silverthorne, Colorado, 65 miles north of Denver
in the heart of the Rocky Mountains. We have several
openings for summer positions. We offer competitive
wages and a complete benefit package including em
ployee housing. Check out our website,
www.wildernest.com or call us at 970-468-6291, ext.
221 or 223.__
For Red Cross lessons. Part-time from June 19-August
4. $6-$6.75/hour. Apply at 220 Oak Creek Drive or call
100x more powerful than other programs.
1-888-493-4888, ext 1832.
“Who’s Behind Those Foster Grant Sunglasses’.
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Stickers and more at Boondoggles, 120 N. 14th (inside
the Ozone), www.incolor.inebraska.com/feedback.
Acuvue/Surevue contact lenses $17.50/box. Postage
free with four box order. Write tkirkOinterkan.net for
HRfl need to
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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
Are you interested in applying for the ELED program
September 15 or February 17 Come and meet ELED
faculty and current ELED students.
Wednesday, April 19,2000
4pm-Henzlik Hall, Room 201
Let'slalk about the application, enjoy refreshments
and get ALL of your questions answered!
Holy Week Schedule
Monday, 10 pm Mass only. Tuesday and Wednesday
5:30 pm and 10 pm Mass. Thursday, Mass of the
Lord’s Supper at 8 pm. Good Friday, Stations of the
Cross at noon and Service at 3 pm. Easter Sunday,
Mass at 10 am, 11:30 am & 5:30 pm. Call for confes
sion times. 474-7914. Catholic Newman Center at 320
North 16th Street.
INTRAMURAL GOLF LONG
The last day to enter the men’s, women’s and co-rec
long drive contest is Tuesday, April 18. Don't delay,
enter today! Call 472-3467 for more information.
Looking For Graduate
Student To Serve As An
Advisor In Residence For
A UNL Fraternity
University of Nebraska Fraternity is looking for a
male graduate student with background in educa
tion and or leadership development to serve as a
live-in advisor. Position would include academic
counseling and program development as well as
leadership, ethics, values and conflict resolution
education for the membership and support for ex
ecutive officers in areas of rule enforcement. Posi
tion would work in conjunction with House Parent
and would report directly to Alumni Advisors) and
National Fraternity Office.
Although having been a member of a fraternity
would be beneficial to such a person, it is not a
requirement of the position.
Benefits include $2000 annual salary to be paid
every two weeks in the approximate amount of
$125.00. There is a potential $1000 bonus if goals
established and general reporting requirements
are met. Also included is free room and board (a
single room at no cost and all meals). Other finan
cial^ opportunities may be provided and discussed
at time of interview.
Specific areas of programming will be identified as
needing attention and outlined as part of the job
expectations and requirements. We will provide a
weekend training program (this summer) through
our National Fraternity as well as additional train
ing and understanding of issues and responsibili
ties through a series of meetings over the summer
with alumni advisors.
This role would begin in the fall of 2000 and serve
through the spring of 2001 with options for ex
tending the contract to be considered
Interested candidates should submit cover letter
and resume, no later than Friday, April 28, 2000,
UNL Greek Affairs
Attn: Linda Schwartzkopf
332 Nebraska Union
Lincoln, NE 68588-0458
The last day to enter men's, women's and co-rec
mini-golf is Tuesday, April 18. Don't delay, enter today!
Call 472-3467 for more information.
Come and participate with The Navigators as we look
at the meaning and implications behind Christ's re
deeming love demonstrated during Passion Week. Ail
are welcome! At the Cultural Center this Tuesday (Last
Supper) and Wednesday (Crucifixion) night from
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2000-2001 Positions Open
Have an impact on committees dealing with student re
lated concerns. Applications available at 136 Nebraska
Union for 39 different committee openings for over 240
positions for next year. Deadline for all positions is
4pm, April 17.
You have to check this out!
For free information call 435-4645.
Representative will be at Arts & Sciences Advising, 107
Oldfather on Tuesday, April 18, 1:00-5:00. Call
472-4190 for appointment.
April 18, 5:30 p.m. in the East Campus Union.
Elections and ice cream!
Block & Bridle Meeting
Thursday, April 20. 7:00p.m. initiates, 7:30p.m. mem
bers. East Campus Union. Election night.
Campus Red Cross
Wednesday, April 5, 5pm, in basement of the
University Health Center.
EDEP (Eating Disorders
Student Organization Meeting
Tuesday, April 18 at 7pm Nebraska Union. New
members welcome. Election of officers, committee
sign up, SHINE applications. Come, get involved!
Year-end social and elections on April 19 at 6pm at
Spaghetti Works (corner of 12th and Q). Everyone is
Phi Beta Lambda
End of year social Tuesday, April 18, 5:30pm at
Holmes Lake Park, 70th & Van Dorn.
Pre-Physical Therapy Club
Executive elections for 2000-2001 will be held at 8
p.m. on Tuesday, April 18 in the Union. Please plan to
attend; all members welcome. Room will be posted.
Join us at Old Chicago at 6pm, April 18 for our final
meeting. Everyone welcome!
Congratulations to Kat Rush on making Wing Com
mander in Air Force R.O.T.C We are so proud!
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Come help support St. Judes Children's Hospital at
AGR's Barbeque Philanthropy. Tuesday, April 20,
11am-1pm at AGR. Tickets $3 in advance from any
AGR. $4 at the door.
Congratulations to the West team on showing so much
sportsmanship for the second year in a row. Maybe the
third time is the charm. Probably not, but maybe.
-Your Eastern brothers
The Fraternity-Sorority side of the Navigators, will meet
at 7pm Wednesday at the Culture Center.
Bon Voyage to Megan Power! Congratulations on being
accepted to study abroad in Pans, France this summer.
in AOT, Your Sisters
Congratulations to Rachelle Herroid on being accepted
to study abroad in Australia this summer. Bring us
back a koala!
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Congratulations to Kendra Moller, Stacy Schroeder,
and Angie Tonjes on being accepted as Sky Box host
esses! We’re so proud of you!
in AOT, Your Sisters
Congratulations to Nicole DeCostello for being se
lected a Student Ambassador for the College of Arts &
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Student Impact Team
7:00 Selleck Hall Dining Room
Is your room decorated with beer or alcohol stuff? Earn
$20 for a picture of your walls. Tom, 420-6254.
Rental & Relocation
fcdited by Joyce Nichols Lewis
1 Did the butterfly
14 Clean, as a
15 Leo’s ruff
19 Made a
23 Breakfast side
24 Female rabbit
25 Psychic’s ability
33 Falafel bread
34 D, in
35 Bull or Buck
36 The Bullwinkle
40 Rice dish
5 Cause of a bad
6 Woods access
8 Nineties, for one
9 Emergency light
10 Not all there
13 Color of China’s
21 Speaks for—:
22 Curtain holder
27 Stock number
30 Ginger —
31 Barnyard abode
33 Bit of a book
34 WW II turning
35 Kind of acid
37 Like some
38 World Series
43 Author Conroy
44 Brunch fare
46 Williams’ “The
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51 In disarray
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