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TECHNICIAN COUNSELOR ASSISTANT(S):
Part-time positions available working with cli
ents in a residential substance abuse program.
High school diploma required; ideal for college
students or recent graduates interested in a
counseling career. Variable hours; all shifts in
cluding evenings, weekends, holidays,
overnights. Must De at least 21 years of age.
Submit letter of application and resume to: Di
rector of Human Resources, c/o CenterPointe,
1000 S. 13th St., Lincoln, NE 66506. AA/EOE.
The Hewit Academic Center is looking for Phi
losophy 106 tutors. We are seeking upper-level
undergraduate and graduate students with a
GPA of 3.0 or above. Excellent communication
skills are a must. Tutors will earn $7.13 per hour
•nd will have flexible and variable hours. If inter
ested, apply at 300 West Stadium (underneath
Memorial Stadium) or call Lert at 472-9965.
The Time is Now...
X Uwvmity of Nebraska-Lincoln
: The Tubbery in the Haymarket is looking for a li
censed massage therapist. The Tubbery also
offers tanning and hot tubs. Call 475-8989.
Now tT ' part time AM/PM servers. Free
meals, part-time income. Apply in person,
17th & __
Wagner's Food Pride has openings for part-time
checkers and Stockers. Flexible hours. Apply in
person at 3308 A St
Want to Hava a Career in
it’s no secret people with experience get paid
more after college. Get experience AND earn
cash for school at Walker Tire. Work part-time
around YOUR schedule in our accounting de
partment. Call Kimberly at 464-1181 weekdays
Want to Have a Career in
It’s no secret people with experience oet paid
more after college. Get experience AND earn
cash for school at Walker Tire. Work part-time
doing marketing research projects. Call Andy at
890-6003 weekdays 6-5.
Wanted: Student night
Saturday and Sunday nights. Other nights to fit
in your schedule. $7/hr+ Apply to Bill Behmer,
Room 220, Nebraska Union.
Work With Children
•Do you enjoy working with infants/toddlers or
pre-school age children?
•Are you excited about the development of chil
•Would you like to be eligible for a tuition schol
If so, the Gallup Child Development Center may
have a position for you. Call our Interviewing
Center Todav! 486-6700, Monday-Friday,
Child Care needed 5-6+ hours per week for 2
and 5 year old. Will work around your schedule.
Call Mry 475-9514.
Nanny needed. Flexible hours. Will work with
school schedule. 1-2 days pet week. Call
Part-time childcare in our home, references re
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Spend an exciting summer studying at Oxford
University and earn 6 hours of 300/400 level
credit. Don't miss out on this once in a lifetime
opportunity: 138 CBA, Tuesday, 2:00-3:00,
Wednesday 2:30-3:30, and Thursday 3:30-4:30.
Or contact Laurie Seward at 472-6805 or stop
by 138 CBA.
are now ready!!
Pick yours up at any of the following:
ASUN -136 Nebr. Union
Student Involvement - City & East
Culture Center - City Campus
RHA office - 237 Nebr. Union
Multi-Cultural Affairs - 220 Admin.
Greek Affairs - 332 Nebr. Union
Deadline for entry forms is October 23.
NU Wants YOU to be a
New Student Enrollment Loader!
Applications available at: Office of Admissions,
Student Involvement, Culture Center,
Multi-Cultural Affairs, ASUN Office, Hewit Aca
demic Center & All Residence Hall Front Desks.
Please attend an Information Session:
October 12th 6:00pm O City Union
October 19th 7:00pm O Neihardt
October 22nd 5:00pm O East Campus Union
October 24th 6:00pm O H/S/S Study lounge
Applications due Thursday, October 26th by
5:00pm at the Office of Admissions. Questions?
Questions on Student Fee* ??
Comm, for Fees Allocation Meeting
Tuesday, October 10
Student input at 6:30. Fee user presentations
will begin at 6:45 at Campus Recreation, Confer
ence Room. The Office of Campus Recreation
will be making their fan presentation.
RH REP NEEDED
The Campus Recreation Advisory Council
(CRAC) is in need of a Residence Hall Repre
sentative (alternate). CRAC advises, assists and
provides input to the Office of Campus Recrea
tion (OCR) on a great variety of matters. Applica
tions are available at either Campus Recreation
office (55 CRec or 32 ECAB). Submit completed
applications to Room 55 CRec or 32 ECAB no
later than 5pm, Friday, October 13. Inquiries:
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At BryanLGH Medical Center, you'll interact
with many different people, many of whom
will be more than co-workers; they'll become
your friends. You’ll be openly encouraged
to use your skills and learn new ones. And,
we'll treat you with the respect you deserve.
As an individual. And as a person who can
make a difference.
With 583 beds and more than 3,500 employees
working on two distinct sites, BryanLGH
Medical Center is Lincoln's largest general
acute care health system. Our Cardiac and
Orthopedic services are nationally renowned,
we're a Level n Trauma Center and we excel
in nearly every specialty - from Neurology
to Women's Services.
We invite you to visit our booth, however, if
you are unable to attend the career fair,
please call us for more information at
(402) 481- 8610, or submit a resume by
fax to (412) 481-8444 or to applyQbryanlgh.org
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Anger Management Group
Tuesday, October Tu-November 28 from
7:15-8:15pm Nebraska Union Room 338. Must
register ($60 fee). Call John 472-7450 for more
Sale $10 Doc’s at Ozone. 120 North 14th.
Downtown between “O” and "P* on 14th.
SELL THINGS FREE!
In the Daily Nebraskan Classifieds list any
item you want to sell for 3 days by e-mail
ing the ad to dn©unl.edu. The items cannot
be of a commercial nature and you must be
a student at UNL. Include you name, ad
dress, phone and student ID number. Hur
ry, limited time only, and you can resubmit
your items if they don’t sell in three days
during this offer.
UNL Vote 2000 Presents
The Presidential Debate
Wednesday, October 11th at 8pm in Union
Square, City Campus Union.
Mediated Discussion afterwards with UNL
Political Science professor Kevin Smith.
Hosted by UNL Service Council.
EVERY VOTE COUNTS!!
Representative will be at Arts 4 Sciences Advis
ing, 107 Oldfather, on Wednesday, October 11,
1:30-5pm. Stop by or call 472-4190 for appoint
AA Meetings every Tuesday at 12:30pm. Room
F, lower level of University Health Center. For
more information call 472-7443.
Meeting October 10th at 6pm in the East Union.
Guest speaker Mertyn Carlson.
Are you interested in the UNL Runner's Club?
Come to our informational meeting on Tuesday,
October 10, at 6:30pm in the City Rec Center
television lounge. For more information, call Tra
cy at 465-8063, leave a message.
NU Pre-Veterinary Club monthly meeting will be
Wednesday, October 11 at 7pm in the ECU.
New members report R-annm
Campus Red Cross
General membership meeting Wednesday, Oc
tober 11, 5:30pm in the basement of the Student
Health Center. New members welcome.
Pi Lambda Theta
Teachers Collge Honorary meeting October12 at
5pm, 230 Mabel Lee. Come learn about upcom
ing activities. Free pizza and pop! Members on
Meeting October 10th at 6:30 in the City Union.
UNL Vote 2000 Planning Meeting
All Student Organizations
and Greek Chapters Welcome!
PIZZA - Today at 5:30pm NE Union
Questions Call 472-2454.
UNL Marketing Club
Meeting October 11,7pm, Nebraska Union.
Affinitas will be speaking about database mar
keting. Remember resumes are due.
Congratulations to our new University Ambassa
dors—Mitch Minarock, Paul Demmel, Ryan Wil
kins and Zack Kippenbrock.
18 days ‘til PIKE FRIGHT NIGHT. Friday, Octo
ber 18,2000. Boss Hogs Party Bam.
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Are Your Student Loans Spent?
Is It Time to Find a Job/
If yes, and you want the following things from your new employer:
> GREAT PAY (GUARANTEED $8.25 PER HOUR)
> HOLIDAYS OFF OR TIME FOR SPRING BREAK (BENEFITS)
> EXERCISE (WE ARE CLOSE TO CAMPUS & HAVE BIKE RACKS)
> TIME TO ENJOY LIFE OR STUDY (FLEXIBLE HOURS - MINIMUM HOURS 12)
> STRESS FREE ENVIRONMENT (NO TELEMARKETING OR SALES)
> WORK WITH YOUR FRIENDS (REFERRAL BONUSES)
It’s time to call Hudson Bay Company to set up an interview. Not only will we meet the above
requirements, but you will also have a job that is very rewarding and
interesting. We call members and potential members for non-profit groups.
The call includes empowering citizens about their rights on environmental
issues, consumer issues, minority issues, and/or women’s issues,
membership development, and fundraising. (No sales or surveys.)
Call us at 476-1010 for an interview to learn more about
this incredible job and opportunity.
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partner 32 Mickey’s creator
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26 Expenditure 53 Heart outlet
27 Single-celled 62 Blueprint
protozoa 63 Intent look
ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE
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division (and the
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2 U.S. Airways
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5 In addition
6 Building brick
7 French radical
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9 Events with no
10 Make a film
11 Horribly wreck
12 “Fear of Flying”
21 Attachments to
22 Chicago athlete
that may come
28 Apiary residents
29 High school
30 In addition
32 Whip mark
Puzzle by Peter Gordon
35 Ira Levin play
36 Matter of dispute
39 Lipstick holders
40 Here, in France
44 Radius’s place
45 The Henry who
46 Take in, as a
47 “Beauty and the
49 Ages and ages
51 Killed, slangily
54 Rebecca and
55 Spice holder
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