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Spirit of giving alive
with Angel project
BY JILL CONNER
Students wanting to spread a
little Christmas cheer beyond
their own stockings can do so by
simply taking an Angel off trees
stationed around campus and
The Angel Tree project is
sponsored by the Salvation Army,
local businesses and organiza
tions and the general public, said
Judy Timperley, a Salvation Army
The trees are at different areas
of Lincoln, including the
University of Nebraska -Lincoln,
and are adorned with tags sug
gesting gifts for sponsors to pur
Those who buy any item can
return the unwrapped gift to any
of die tree sites or to the Salvation
Army, 5701 Dogwood Dr. Cash
donations and checks made out
to Salvation Army are also accept
ed, Timperley said.
The Angel Trees on campus
are sponsored by the Residence
Hall Association and the
Association of Students of the
University of Nebraska.
RHA took 540 tags, Timperley
“Total, we have possibly 4500
tags at different locations in
Lincoln,” she said.
The trees will be on campus
for two weeks at the following
sites: the Nebraska Union; Selleck
Residence Hall; Cather, Pound,
Neihaidt Residence Halls; Harper,
Schramm, Smith Residence Halls;
Abel, Sandoz Residence Halls and
the Nebraska East Union.
Jessica Hegr, a secondary edu
cation major and chairwoman of
7t is important to
know that not
everybody has the
means to support
their own family and
provide gifts for the
chairwoman of the RHA Students
the RHA Student Action commit
tee, stressed the importance of the
“I think during die Christmas
season, many of us get wrapped
up in our own Christmas list,” she
said. “It is important to know that
not everybody has the means to
support their own family and pro
vide gifts for the holiday season.”
Any student who takes a tag
can return the gift to any of the
trees on campus in the next two
weeks, she said.
Timperley said the gifts are
then placed on shelves, just like at
a store, in a room where parents
can choose toys for their children.
Although the Angel Trees have
been sponsored by the Salvation
Army for a number of years, this is
the fourth year they will be spon
sored on campus Hegr said.
"We are trying to publicize it
more this year,” Hegr said.
RHA and ASUN are publiciz
ing this year's project by holding a
Angel Tbee Project Celebration on
December 8™ at 8 p.m. at the
Culture Center. The event will
include food, drinks and music.
Nature, number of cases released
RECORDS from page!_
that all of the cases are investigat
ed and decided confidentially
and the results are kept secret.
It is also a violation of UNL's
Student Code of Conduct for any
student or faculty member to dis
close any details of a disciplinary
hearing involving another stu
Part of the newspaper’s con
cern was that there may be a pos
sibility for a violent crime to be
reported to and prosecuted sole
ly by Judicial Affairs. Serious
cases are referred to the criminal
courts but students may not be
prosecuted criminally because
the university and the courts use
different standards of evidence.
Judicial Affairs Director
Rosemary Blum said she could
not remember any case like that
in her year-and-a-half on the job.
"Usually it is reported in the
newspapers before I see it,” Blum
said of how she often learns of
potential conduct code viola
Griesen said that in serious
cases the university usually
requires that the details of any
penalties must be released as
part of the punishment
In some cases, the victim may
dictate whether the case is prose
"It’s possible we might have a
serious case where the victim
doesn’t want to report or the
criminal charges have been
dropped," Griesen said. In those
cases, the university would be the
only ones prosecuting.
"The reason we don’t have a
reasonable doubt standard is
because we are trying to protect
the community, not just punish
individuals,” Griesen said!
Both Griesen and Blum said
they would be happy to release
statistical information about the
Convention amendment sparks ire
BYLAW from page 1
posal that would have had one
delegate from nine different stu
dent groups on the committee.
Examples of these chosen organ
izations were the Afrikan Peoples'
Union and Students With
Disabilities Advisory Board.
The amendment was impor
tant because minorities need to
be represented in student gov
ernment, she said.
“ASUN is not representing a
diverse number of students,” she
said. "Whether or not they think
they are - they’re not”
Special Topics Chairman
Urrvano Gamez said student
organizations won’t be able to
represent all minority students
and someone would be left out
“I feel that when you try to
single out certain groups to rep
resent a minority, it doesn’t
work,” he said.
Graduate Senator Jeffrey
McCune said that excuse doesn’t
"I feel this is a cop-out to say
that we can’t have representation
because representation doesn't
represent,” he said.
Mashek said he and Schafer
will consider everyone when
making decisions about the com
“Joel and I will protect every
one as a student, not as a person
of color, but as a student,” he said.
McCune said that minority
students don’t feel represented by
“Many students of color feel
like they don’t have any voting
power and that ASUN in itself is a
white organization,” he said.
Committee lobbyist Vincent
Cogley told the senators to have
faith the selected committee
would be inclusive without seats
given to any particular minority
"If you look amongst your
selves, we have a very diverse
group of people,” he said. “We
achieved this without any pro
Former ASUN President
Andy Schuerman encouraged
the senate to reserve seats for
minority groups because ASUN
has a history of emphasizing
“This is a really good oppor
tunity to put your money where
your mouth is, and to ensure that
there is some action to our
words,” he said. “You really have a
chance to say that you have a
commitment to diversity.”
Clements said her failed
amendment showed that ASUN
does not want to incorporate
diversity into the constitutional
"I am very disappointed that
ASUN has not gotten to the point
where they recognize the need to
truly value diversity,” she said.
Law & Order
robbing injures man
A Lincoln man was beaten
up and robbed Tuesday evening
as he walked downtown.
The 40-year-old victim was
walking west on G St. between
10th and 9th streets shortly
before 7 p.m. when one of three
men walking behind him asked
for spare change, Lincoln Police
Ofc. Katherine Finnell said.
Then one of the three men
hit the victim in the head and
demanded money. The victim
yielded his wallet, losing $50.
The three men, who
appeared to be teenagers, all
wore dark clothing and blue
bandannas on their faces.
Transient man arrested
after breaking into car
University Police caught
someone in the act of breaking
into a car thanks to reports of a
suspicious person in the area
Police arrested the 30-year
old man for theft after they
found him sitting in a Jeep with
his pockets stuffed with CDs in
the commuter and faculty lot
north of Memorial Stadium at
11:20 a.m., Assistant Chief Mylo
Bobby Rogers, who is a tran
sient, initially told police the
Jeep belonged to his cousin Jeff.
Police called the car’s owner,
who was not named Jeff, and
then arrested Rogers.
Police were alerted to
Rogers' activities by someone
who called to report it. Bushing
encouraged people to report
any suspicious activity, espe
cially if someone is lurking in a
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Auto Accidents & DWI
Other criminal matters, call Sanford Pollack,
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For all your insurance needs: auto, home, health,
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or call 402-474-5077.
Birthright is a confidential helping hand. Please
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Female roommate wanted. $210 * 1/3 other.
Please call (402) 890-4887.
Female, nonsmoker to share 3 bedroom, 2 bath
apartment, spring semester $250/month plus
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GRADUATING IN DECEMBER!
Looking to get your own insurance? Need
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Grad student needed to share new 3 bedroom
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Male/female to share 3 bedroom/3 bath duplex,
Jan-May. $275 plus 1/3 utilities/month. Laid
back atmosphere. Call 730-5645.
Roommate needed for second semester, 3 bed
room house off campus. Cali Brooke or Lisa
Roommate needed to share nice 2 bedroom
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Roommate needed. M/F. Cheap rent and nice
house. No security deposit. Cali 325-8796.
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Seeking broad minded female roomate for large,
safe comfortable home between campuses.
$300, utilities paid, 890-4127.
430 Houses For Rent
$650,1427 N 24th, 3 bedroom, central air, dish
washer, W/D, no pets. 580-1121.
1112 North 28th. 3 bedroom. Available soon.
$660 + deposit. 489-8269.
440 Duplexes For Rent
$760,1135 North 32nd, 4 bedroom, 2t»th. New
paint, carpet Washer/Dryer, dishwasher, central
air. Between campuses. 580-1121.
1621 E, large 3 bedroom, 2 bath, fireplace, wood
floors, skylight pet $30, $780,423-4560.
4811 S 45th. Nice two bedroom. Garage. Private
Deluxe 4 Bedroom/2 Bath
2701 N. 37th or 808 Peach. Near new. Between
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cluded. No Pets. Available January 1. $995.
Huge 4 bedroom, 2 bath. New. Washer/drier,
dishwasher. Available December 1st. $840.
1115 South 1 st. 429-0128 or 466-5626.
Large, two bedroom, oak floors, recently updat
ed, no dogs, W/D, C/A, off street parking. $525.
Take your pick, Brand New close to UNL 4 B/R
2 Bath. 1 stall Gar. W/D. 2225 R St. $940 or
large 4 B/R 2 bath $695 at 375 N 33rd. N/S N/P
call Julian 432-7030 or Rembolt Homes
Walk to campus. Large remodeled 2 bedroom.
Central Air. Washer/drier. Off-street parking.
2410 Vine. $525.432-6476.
450 Apartments For Rent
***Ck>se to City Campus***
2 bedroom, electric-entry building, *439.00 &
Close to City Campus
Water, Heat, and Gas Paid
Available now. Call 477-4490.
2 bedroom 2 bath units available now! 1 bed
room units also available. Just minutes from
UNL campus. All appliances. Spacious. On site
laundry. Controlled access. Call for move-in
special. 438-0946 Tri-Win Properties.
2 bedroom, nice. Washer/Drier, dishwasher.
Available now. 2343 W. $395. 429-0128 or
1932 R Street
Available January. 2 bedroom. 1 bath. $425 plus
electricity. Washer/dryer hookups, parking and
lease. Call 475-3111 for more information.
2040 F. Clean, quiet, 1BR, new carpet, laundry,
no pet/smoking, $345. Call 476-1363 or
3501 Baldwin. 2 bedroom. Large, nicely deco
rated, balcony, parking, laundry, no smoking.
Available December 20. $460.464-4696.
1,2 and 3 Bedrooms
*NEAR CAMPUS ★
1 BR, Heat/water/trash paid, appliances, W/D, 3
closets, blinds, laundry, parking, $375.
2 BR newer, appliances, W/D, blinds, ceramic
kitchen-bath-entry, laundry, parking, $475.
2504 Vine St., 402-489-4857.
Large Efficiency on
Open in January. $375. No smoking/pets. Park
ing included. Call Julie 475-4453.
Now leasing for 2nd semester move-ins. Short
term leases available. Meadow Wood. Heated
pool. Jacuzzi fitness center. 1 & 2 bedrooms.
Lots of closets. Convenient location. Beautiful
landscape. Country quiet. On site manage
ment/maintenance. 7th & Superior. 476-3393.
One BR, close to campus, newly remodeled,
wood floor, C/A, ceiling fan, ready to move in
mid-December or January 1. $375+utilities. Call
438-9475 and leave message.
One, two, three bedroom apartments available.
450 Apartments For Rent
1329 South 14th. Unique one bedroom, 3rd
floor, no pets, $300. 474-5327.
Studio and 1 BR
Vintage-studio and 1 BR close to both campus
Studio, at Fountain Glenn Apartments, to take
over lease immediately. $370/month. Call Doris,
Two bedroom, close to UNL, fireplace. Available
November 15. For details contact 438-0777 or
♦ One Bedroom 2000 J St. Parking $310.
♦ One Bedroom 1507 S 19th. Roomy $335.
♦ 3 BR 5232 Cooper, w/d hookup, fire-place,
MB $730. No Smokers/Pets 440-3000.
Now available- clean, affordable, 1 and 2 bed
room apartments. Close to city campus and
downtown. Call about the specials we are
offereing. NO PETS.
500 Help Wanted
$15-$25 and up, possible for servers. Must be
dependable, hardworking. Branched Oak Inn
GET PAID TO SLEEP!
Transfiguration INC, 1316 N Street, Suite 102.
Providing services to people with developmental
disabilities. Weekend Overnight staff needed
from 10pm-8am, get paidup to $7.20 an hour to
sleep! Applicants must be 19 years of age, have
a good driving record and a reliable form of
transportation. Apply within.
Are you a JR/SR accounting major looking for
experience in a local accounting office? Do you
want to experience tax preparation, bookkeeping
and general office work in the business world.
Call 441 -9200. _
Construction Mngt. &
Maintenance Technician needed at a great
company just a few blocks from campus.
Duties include: Building maintenance, mi
nor repairs, small electrical repair, maintain
co. vehicles, grounds maintenance, etc. Re
quirements: Previous exp. preferred, knowl
edge of OSHA guidelines preferred, work at
heights, lift up to 70 lbs, climb ladders, val
id DL, some computer literacy preferred.
Apply at 1550 N 20th Cir (20 & Holdrege) or
send resume to Senior Technologies, Inc.,
HR/Maintenance, P.O. Box 80238, Lincoln,
NE 68501 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
EOE/AAP. Learn more about us at
Now accepting applications for experienced bar
tenders, waitstaff and kitchen staff. Applications
available at Career Services 225 Nebraska Stu
dent Union. No phone calls. Please send to:
P.O. Box 81703
Lincoln, NE 68501-1703
Best Summer Job: Would you like an adventure
in the Rocky Mountains working with kids and
meeting great people? Cheley Colorado Camps
is the place for you! Call us at 1-800-CampFun
or visit our website at www.cheley.com.
Biagio’s Italian Restaurant
Due to increased clientele, we are looking for
positions to be filled. Contact Scott at 476-1212
Building Blocks Learning Center now hiring full
time opener, 6:30am-3:30pm and part-time
teachers with flexible hours. Health insurance
benefits and discounted childcare. Please apply
in person at 1828 N Street. EOE.
Shape the future of UNL by working with pro
spective students. If you are interested in devel
oping your communication skills in a relaxed at
mosphere, then the Campus Visits Department
is the place for you. Learning more about NU,
getting paid while having fun and learning how
to walk backwards are just a few of the benefits.
You may pick up an application at the Office of
Admissions at 1410 Q Street or at the Student
Involvement Office. Please call Todd Knobbe at
472-4416 with any questions.
Hardt Communications, a Premier CellularONE
Dealer, is taking applications for part time Sales
help in all of our Lincoln Kiosk locations. We are
looking for Sales Reps that can work during the
week, some days as early as 12:00 noon, and
also available on weekends. We pay a very
healthy commission. It's a great paying part time
job if you are Sales oriented ana understand
commission. Apply at our location inside the Ne
braska Bookstore downtown at 13th & Q. *
Is Not That Far Away!
We have many daytime positions open.
Part-time now and full-time during semes
ter break. $7.00hr.
EARN CASH FOR SECOND SEMESTER
We provide a clean, warm, work environ
ment for males and females. Misc. ware
house duties. Moderate lifting required.
Nebraska Book Company, Inc.
4700 So. 19th Street
(So. of the penitentiary and Ea. of Square D)
500 Help Wanted
Busy Tanning Salon
For part-time sales person. Apply in person at
THE TANNING PLACE, northwest comer of 27th
MDS Pharma Services has exciting opportuni
ties to be involved in clinical research for many
of the top pharmaceutical and biotech compa
nies in the world! MDS Pharma Services has
several positions available in our clinic:
Clinical Services Technician-Full time Monitor
study events, involved in training staff and pro
vide leadership to the clinic team. We prefer a
B.S. in life sciences or equivalent experience.
Full-time day, evening and overnight shifts
available, weekend availability required.
Phlebotomist-Part Time Perform timed blood
draws and process samples from Study Partici
pants. Phlebotomy experience is required.
Part-time, hours, vary, weekend availability re
Clinical Conduct Associate-Part Time Assist
with the participant check-in process, han
dle/process samples, monitor study participants
and record raw data. Some post High School
education in the life sciences or medical envi
ronment preferred. Hours vary, weekend
621 Rose Street
PO Box 80837
Lincoln, NE 68501
Come Grow With Us!!
Diverse office tasks for person with bubbly per
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COME JOIN OUR TEAM
Steaks to You/ Wise Guys Pizza
48th and ‘O’ Streets
Now hiring delivery drivers. Evenings and week
ends. Flexible schedule, great pay, awesome
people. Come in and apply today!
The Conservation Alliance of the Great Plains, a
Lincoln-based education, research, and advoca
cy non-profit seeks part-time salaried Program
Manager. Job description and details at
Work 2-6 weeks over break, $13.10
base-appointment guaranteed, no experi
ence necessary, flexible schedule, no tele
marketing, AASP Scholarships-conditions
Do you like to exercise daily and get paid
for it? Deliver Daily Nebraskans. You can
deliver a route in about an hour. Must have
own vehicle, be a UNL student with at least
a 2.0 G.P.A, not be on academic probation
and not have classes before 9 a.m. For
more information or to apply, contact Dan
at 472-1769, 20 Nebraska Union.
Desk Clerk Position
Available 6am-2pm Saturday and Sunday. Apply
in person at 4808 West 0 Street.
Cashier needed, 11:30am-1pm, Mon-Fri, sec
ond semester. Apply room 314,8-4:30pm.
Interested in Publishing? Need dependable, ac
curate, meticulous person with proof
reading/editing and computer skills, familiarity
with Word. Desktop publishing experience pre
ferred. Excellent communication skills required.
$6-8 depending on experience. 15-20 hours per
week commitment required. Contact Jolene
472-4339, Distance Education, 33rd and
Holdrege, East Campus.
Want to work with kids? Gain valuable experi
ence? Lincoln Parks & Recreation has openings
for Before & After School Recreation Leaders!
This is an opportunity to work inside Lincoln
Public Schools. Plan games and activities in a
recreation environment. Work only days that
LPS is in session. For more information call
441 -7952 or apply at 2010 van Dorn St.
FBG Service Corporation
Immediate openings for full-time and part-time
custodial positions. Flexible hours and competi
tive wages. Apply at 3815 Touzalin Avenue,
Hiring Fitness Instructors
Campus Recreation is looking for cetifrad, expe
rienced and energetic fitness instructors for the
spring semester. Flexible schedules and com
petitive wages in an exciting environment. Con
tact Cathy Jewell at 472-4753 via e-mail at
500 Help Wanted
Experience preferred. House of Mufflers and
Brakes, 10th & South. Call Mike, 475-4525.
History 100 Supplemental
Supplemental Instruction positions are open for
leaders of voluntary study groups in History 100
for the Spring 2001 semester. Applicants must
be undergraduates who have recently complet
ed History 100 successfully (received an A) and
are Interested in assisting other students in
achieving academic success in the course. The
stipend is $984 for the semester; the time com
mitment is approximately ten hours per week.
Obtain applications at the Division of General
Studies, 33 Administration Building. A SI posi
tion provides valuable experience for majors in
the department or for education majors with sol
id understanding in the area. Recommendations
from relevant instructors are recommended. Ap
ply by Wednesday, December 6.
Holway Formal Wear is now taking applica
tions for sales associates. Full-time is
available through semester break and we
will work around your schedule in the spr-,
ing and fall. Full-time available throughout
the summer. Call Jim at 376-2262 for an
Knowledge Beginnings Child Development Cen
ter is accepting applications for full and
part-time positions. 6700 South 32nd,
Krayon Campus East and West now hiring part
time and full teachers. Please call to apply.
438-4949 or 486-4847or 421 -8337. EOE.
Now taking applications for AM/PM servers,
50% meal discount, insurance plan and fun
work environment. Apply in person, 321 North
Law Firm Runner
Part-time runner wanted for an energetic, fun,
fast paced law firm. Please send resumes to Of
fice manager, PO Box 30886, Lincoln, NE,
Lincoln's finest restaurant, The Green Gateau, is
currently accepting applications for an assistant
manager and experienced wait staff. Apply in
person at 330 South 10th St.
Looking for part-time PC Support Person for
computer network company. Must have some
knowledge behind PCs/Servers/Networking.
This position involves 1-20 hours per month.
Excellent learning opportunity for right person.
Please email your resume to
email@example.com or call 489-6880.
New Restaurant, Fox and Hound in Haymarket
hiring servers, kitchen staff and bartenders. 201
N. 8th. Upscale sports entertainment restau
rant/bar. Game rooms, pool tables, live enter
tainment, cigar lounge. Training begins January
8. Opening mid-January. Apply in person, Mon
$8 per hour, walking
distance from campus.
No experience needed to work in our ticket of
fice from 5-9pm, Monday-Friday. Part time for
day work also needed. Call 476-3157 and get
paid this week!
MDS Pharma Services is looking for a Part-time
Carpet Specialist to work evenings and week
ends (approx. 16-20 hours per week). Duties in
clude maintaining and caring for carpet and up
holstered furniture of buildings. We prefer a high
school diploma or GED and experience with car
pet cleaners. Please apply at;
PO Box 80837
621 Rose Street
Lincoln, NE 68502
Saturday and Sunday. First and second shift.
Pay: $7.75/hour. Must be 21 or over. Call
441 -2107. Ask for Ken Sean or John.
Hashers needed. Hours can be 4:30-7:30pm.
Salary and meals. Call 436-0117, ask for Anita
or leave message.
Perfect Student Job
Hair Salon Coordinator. 20-30 flexible hours a
week. $6.25 per hour. Starting January 3rd.
Clerical work/some computer experience. Call
for information. 486-4747.
Personal Trainer? Extraordinary people skills,
knowledge in exercise programming and fitness
testing, CPR and fitness certified, exceptional
communication skills, hard worker, and creative.
If you possess these skills and want to make a
difference in the lives of others, drop off your
cover letter, resume and fill out an application at
Prairie Life Center, 330 West P Street. If you
have any questions call Ryan Douglas at
500 Help Wanted
Local B&B seeks friendly, responsible individual
as live-in assistant. Send inquiries to P.O. Box
84052, Lincoln, NE 68501.
Assistant position available MWFS. Send re
sume: Havelock Animal Hospital, 4344 N 62nd.
Time Warner Cable is seeking a part-time produc
tion assistant to work with the public access
channels. Qualified applicants wi have a high
school education or equivalent and possess
strong video production skills. Undergraduate
course work in video production a plus. Appli
cants must be able to communicate effectively
with co-workere and opmmurtty cable users. Suc
cessful applicants will enjoy free cable and in
ternet access if you ive in the service area. Apply
in person at Tire Warner Cable, 5400 S16th St,
Lincoln, NE 68512. Respond by 12/11/00. Post
offer drug test required.
For a complete job description and to review other
opportunities, visit our website at
Time Warner Cable is an Equal Opportunity
Part-time teller positions are now available in
Lincoln. Responsibilities include performing lob
by and drive-up teller transactions, balancing a
cash drawer, servicing an effective communica
tion skills, customer service background, basic
math skills, and basic computer knowledge.
Work schedule is mainly afternoons during the
week and Saturday mornings. Can be somewhat
flexible. Please apply in the Human Resources
Department mornings. Can be somewhat flexi
ble. Please apply in the Human Resources De
partment at our Home office in downtown Lin
FIRST FEDERAL LINCOLN BANK
Equal Opportunity Employer • Member FD1C
Union Bank offers an excellent training opportu
nity for college students interested in Banking or
related careers. We are currently looking to fill
positions in our student program.
• Must be freshman/sophomore
• Business or Finance related major
• Willing to make a 2 year PT employment com
mitment to the bank.
• Ability to work 20 hours/week
• Ability to work 30+ hours/week during the
summers and some holidays.
Apply in person, Monday-Friday,
Union Bank & Trust
Human Resources Dept
3600 S. 48th Street
Job line: 483-9699
Student Workers wanted for a busy Tele
communications office. Flexible hours Mon
day-Friday between 7:30am-5pm. Must be
able to work during summer. Apply online
at www.unl.edu/ISAelecom or in person at
211 Nebraska Hall. For more information
call Kathy at 472-5151.
Study Abroad at
•Study in Tokyo, Japan, for the Fall
•No Japanese language prerequisite
•Earn 17 credits towards your degree
•Enjoy cultural excursions in Tokyo, Japan and
•Tour international companies like Sony and
•Open to all UNL students
•Attend an Info Session-no obligation
College of Business Administration, #138
November 15 at 4pm
November 30 at 1pm
December 5 at 9:30am
“the best semester of my We”
TSI is now hiring for day and evening, full and
• Flexible Schedules
• Minimum of 15 hours/week
• $8.25 per hour guaranteed
• Earn up to $12 per hour
• Weekend hours available
• $200 hiring bonus
Call 437-8700 for further details or stop by 1610
N Street for an application.
Temporary student position needed to deliver
telephone directories. $7.50 per hour. Apply at
Telecommunications Center, 211 Nebraska Hall.
deadline 4pm weekday prior
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