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FUN, and, FRIENDS
Camp Wa-Shawfee Resident Camp, one hour from
Omaha in the spectacular Loess Hills, and Camp Maha
Day Camp outside of Papillion, need your creativity,
enthusiasm and skills! Positions include counselors,
waterfront, wranglers, lifeguards, challenge-course fa
cilitators and fun folks! Make a difference! Contact:
Great Plains Girt Scout Council
2121 South 44th Street
Omaha, NE 68105
402-558-8189, ext 233 or 217
tclift on© gpgirtecouts.org or
Agronomy field research assistant in weed science.
$6-$62Q/nour plus overtime. No experience necessary,
but must be in good physical condition.. Contact Sean
Evans at 472-9563.
Country summer camp leader at Prairie Hill Learning
Center, 10 miles south of Lincoln. 438-6668 for inter
Are you looking for a summer job where you can set
your own hours and be your own boss? Our company
needs students to promote our web site. Call now for
For Summer Work
For Custom Harvesting. Combine operators and truck
drivers. Experience preferred. Good summer wages.
Call (970)483-7490 evenings.
Not Your Typical
Make the most of your summer. Set yourself apart.
Build your resume, accept a challenge, nave fun, travel,
make $6,900. Call 1-800-776-2941.
SUMMER IN Montana!
Glacier National Park
Imagine hiking over thousands of miles of almost un
touched trails, breathing in fresh, crisp Rocky Mountain
air. Imagine conquering the challenge of biking the fa
mous Going-to-the-Sun Highway or the thrill of
Whitewater rafting, or setting up camp next to a tur
quoise blue glacier lake.
imagine no morel St Mary Lodge, The Resort at Glacier
is hiring a select few for the 2000 summer session.
Benefits include guaranteed bonus and low cost hous
ing. Call (800) 368-3689 for more info. Check out our
web site at www.glcpark.com to team about the oppor
tunity of a lifetime)!
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,
Rockdimbmg, Ropes, Dance, Piano Accompanist, Dra
ma, Ceramics, Woodshop, Arts and Crafts, Nature,
RN's, Chef. Arlene Streisand; 1-800-443-6428;
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.
6oos iHcw fj:
DEAD WEEK POUCY
Finals only at time per Official Schedule of Classes or
time during finals week mutuaBy agreeable to all.
Examinations allowed during Dead week; laboratory
practical examinations, make-up or repeat examina
tions and self-paced examinations. Quizzes are ac
Projects, papers, and speeches due Dead week need
to have been assigned by the eighth week of the se
mester. Project and scope, not topic.
Please review your sylabi for Dead Week conflicts.
Contact the Student Government office, 136 Nebraska
Union, 472-2581 with discrepancies or questions.
“Who's Behind Those Foster Grant Sunglasses’.
Acuvue/Surevue contact lenses $17.50/box. Postage
free with four box order. Write tkirk9interkan.net for
A small, comfortable environment with women who are
struggling with eating issues. Wednesdays,
3:30-4:30p.m., Nebraska Union 338. Call Norma,
472-7450, for more information.
Holy Week Schedule
Monday, 10 pm Mass only. Tuesday and Wednesday
5:30 pm ana 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.
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 Advisorfs) 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: Unda Schwartzkopf
332 Nebraska Union
Lincoln, NE 68688 0468
Come and participate with The Navigators as we look
at the meaning and implications behind Christ's re
deeming love demonstrated during Passion Week. All
are welcome! At the Cultural Center this Tuesday (Last
Supper) and Wednesday (Crucifixion) night from
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Students With Children
Wednesdays, 12:30-1:30pm in 338 Nebraska Union.
Call Gail for more information at 472-7450.
What does it mean to ‘look queer’? To look “gay*?
What are body image issues for GLBT men and wom
en? How do we feel about our bodies and each other’s
bodies? Learn ways to help yourself and others
overcome negative body image. Come hear the author
of Looking Queer, DAWN A1XINS, on Thursday, April
20 at 8pm in the Union Auditorium. Free to all.
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.
Year-end social and elections on April 19 at 6pm at
Spaghetti Works (corner of 12th and Q). Everyone is
International Radio and TWevision Society
Elections will be held for IRTS today at 5:30pm in
There will be an end of the year send off at Old
Chicago (upstairs banquet room) at 7pm this
Wednesday, April 19.
Meeting an d social at P.O. Pears Thursday at 5pm.
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Regular meeting April 20 at the foundation, at 6 pm.
Food will be provided.
Come help support St. Judes Children's Hospital at
AGR's Barbeque Philanthropy. Thursday, April 20,
II am-1pm at AGR. Tickets S3 in advance from any
AGR. $4 at the door.
Congratulations to the Sophomore class on being this
years champion in the Alpha Sig Olympics.
Thanks for the awesome “Caddy Shack” party last Fri
day. We had a blast with aH of youl
.... „The Ladies of Chi Omega
Congratulations to Andy Mattox for winning the Stuart
Award at NHRI’s Recognition Day last Saturday. You
continue to make us proud.
Congratulations to M.J. Kratina on being named Re
cruitment Staff Advisor of NHRI. We know you’ll do a
Congratulations to Jason Hooper and M.J. Kratina for
being chosen as semi-finalist for Vice Chancellor
Griesen's Outstanding Campus Leader Award. We're
proud of you guys.
A belated Congratulations to Kristen Didier and Aaron
Gilfcon on their recent pinning. We’re so happy for both
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-The Men of AIT
Congratulations Keri on winning Sigma Chi Fight Night.
-DOB, Your sisters
The Fraternity-Sorority side of the Navigators, will meet
at 7pm tonight at the Culture Center.
Way to bring home the bronze! We’ll get creative with
you any dayf
Congratulations to Bill McNeill and Pat Sittner on their
initiation into Alpha Kappa Psi.
Congratulations to Joe Stevens on his recent appoint
ment to the U.S. Naval Academy. Keep up the good
- Your Brothers
NU Student Government
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14 Voice of America
15 One over par
19 Killer whale
21 Sense organ,
26 Recruiting gp.
27 Hit the mall
29 “American Pie”
33 It’s over your
37 “Up and—I”
40 Gymnast Korbut
41 Ask, as for
money, in slang
47 Farm females
48 Graceful and
52 Gets ready to
59 Body shop
63 Gene Tierney
64 Pope after
68 Together, so to
71 Islamic bigwig
73 Ad. crossers
1 Montana mining
3 Rain clouds
4 Wooden shoe
7 Operatic prince
8 One with a kit,
9 Early orbiting
11 Old Dodge
12 With the bow,
18 Lane in
22 Engrave using
24 1979 Mideast
25 Musical theme
30 Lake north of
31 Mideast capital
32 Nitti’s nemesis
33 Enormous birds
35 Eye up and
45 Arise (from)
49 Gets around
51 Narc’s find
53 Subway entry
55 Some oil
58 Pub diversion
59 End of a threat
62 Not odd
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