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cancels; seniors must wait
BY MARGARET BEHM
University of Nebraska
Lincoln seniors won't be smiling
and saying, “Cheese!” anytime
Senior portraits for the
Comhusker Yearbook that were
scheduled for Nov. 6-10 and 13
17, have been canceled.
The photography company,
T.D. Brown Studios from New
York City, had to postpone the
portrait sessions because of a
lack of employees.
Alternate dates are available
so seniors will still be able to get
their portraits taken in the
Nebraska Union. The alternate
dates are Dec. 4-8, Jan. 16-19 and
Eileen Chalupa, editor-in
chief, said the cancellation may
affect how many seniors get their
“Wfe’re going to throw seniors
for a loop, which won’t help us
get people in January,” said
Chalupa, a junior news-editorial
Besides the possibility that
seniors won't show up, the re
scheduling of portraits will hap
pen just weeks before the date
the yearbook has to be finished,
“We’ve got about a month to
get everything together,” she
Despite the hardships the
yearbook faces, this year’s edi
tion will be an improvement
from years past, Chalupa said.
The yearbook staff has grown
from eight to 20 members. It is
run by students, said adviser
Wendy Wagner Benes.
Because of the increased
staff, the yearbook sections will
be more detailed than previous
years, Chalupa said.
“We’ve got about a
month to get
Cornhusker Yearbook editor
Even though it's too early to
say how sales will end up, they
seem to be headed in the right
direction, Wagner Benes said.
“We’re definitely doing better
this year than we were at this
point last year,” said Wagner
Benes, an administrator for stu
Yearbooks will be sold for $30
until Jan. 1. After that date, they
will be $40. The cost can be
charged to student IDs.
A yearbook can be bought in
the Cornhusker Yearbook office,
334 Nebraska Union or by calling
Off The Page
Nine University of
theatre students were
selected to participate in
a week-long residency
with Emmy Award
winning actor Anthony
Zerbe. Zerbe will work
with the students to
develop a process of presenting poetry in theatre.
The week culminates in a student performance
directed by Anthony Zerbe.
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Clinton mandates closer ties
with American-lndian tribes
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
WASHINGTON - President
Clinton ordered federal agen
cies Monday to work more
closely with American-Indian
tribal governments and give
tribes “the maximum adminis
trative discretion possible” in
enforcing federal law and regu
The order also prohibits fed
eral agencies from proposing
legislation that would hurt tribal
governments, and requires
agencies to designate an official
to handle relations with tribes
Agencies would have to consult
with tribes early in the rule
making process and detail the
financial effect of agency deci
sions on tribal governments.
“We must continue to
engage in partnership, so that
the first Americans can reach
their full potential,” Clinton said
in a statement. "We must
respect Native Americans’ rights
to choose for themselves their
“We must respect Natjve Americans’ rights to
choose for themselves their own way of life.”
President Bill Ginton
own way of life on their own
lands according to their hon
ored cultures and traditions.”
Tribal leaders welcomed the
order, which strengthens a 1998
order requiring agencies to con
sult with tribes on matters
affecting the tribes.
“It's always been a problem
with just trying to get basic news
or find out how to do something
to get our needs processed
through the federal government
system,” said Gov. Stuwart
Paisano of New Mexico’s Sandia
Paisano said he was con
cerned Clinton’s order - which
does not take effect until
January - could be rescinded by
the winner of Tuesday’s presi
dential election. Ron Allen, vice
president of the National
Congress of American Indians,
said that the political clout that
gambling revenue has given
tribes would help prevent any
"Tribes have learned how to
fight and protect what we have
gained," said Allen, chairman of
the Jamestown S’Klallam tribe in
Washington state. “We’ve
become smarter about how to
rattle the cage of the political
decision makers and get them to
focus on what is right, no matter
what their political agenda is.”
Prospect: Students focus on human spirit
DEAN from page 1__
Administrators and faculty
members at UNL need to con
tinue to search for money, even
after the $18-million endow
ment the Hixson-Lied College of
Fine and Performing Arts by
Christina M. Hixson.
That money will allow the
college to upgrade its programs.
But better programs require
more money to maintain them,
It's also important for a col
lege of fine and performing arts
to reach out to Hispanic and
black communities, she said.
It's necessary to involve
more than just white people.
“The arts, above everything
else, have the potential to bring
people together,” Rountree said.
“It's good for us, and it's good for
The college needs a dean
who could be a liaison between
faculty members and the upper
administration, said Christin
Mamiya, vice chairwoman of
the department of art and art
history and a professor of art
“With the diminishing
resources, we need a strong
advocate who can articulate
why we need something, what
the benefits of it are,” Mamiya
The final dean candidate is
Raymond Tymas-Jones, dean of
the College of Fine of
Performing Arts at Ohio
University in Athens. He will be
at UNL on Thursday.
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Nebraska Sports Items
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Has arrived. Cycle Works is stocking Burton
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for the snow to fly, come check out the new Bur
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Scooters, camoflauge, airsoft pistols, jeans and
much more. 3241 South 13th. 420-5151.
Home needed ASAP for a five year old Heel
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Aiwa Stereo Receiver
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2 general admission tickets to K-State, Nebras
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2 Kansas State/Nebraska tickets. General ad
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1989 Plymouth Sundance. Needs new engine,
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A young professional couple offering an
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looks forward to adopting your newborn. Ex
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Campus-wide adult CPR and first aid certifica
tion class. Sponsored by UNL Campus Red
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per person. Nebraska Room in the City Campus
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Auto Accidents & DWI
Other criminal matters, call Sanford Pollack,
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1024 Y Street, 4 bedroom, W/D, walk to class,
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Take your pick, Brand New close to UNL 4 bed
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$940 or large 4 bedroom, 2 bath $825 close to
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for students. Washer/dryer. No smoking. $265.
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Central air. $385 plus $50 for garage. Security
Large 2 bedroom, 2 bath. W/D, cable paid.
Available late December or early January. $620
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Newer 3 bedroom, 3 bath at 740 G Street. Secu
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Nice, spacious 1 BR, 1830 E St. Quiet, secure
building, laundry, hardwood floors, walk-in clos
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