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500 Help Wanted
Nebraska's Grand Hotel has full & part-time po
sitions available now! Call 473-2189 for a com
plete listing. Some positions available:
♦ Set-up Staff (average $8-10/hr)
♦ Security Officer
♦ Room Service
Apply on-line at www.thecomhusker.com or in
person at Homan Resources M-F 8am-5pm.
333 S. 13th St. Lincoln. Ne
Use ‘L’ St. Entrance
Just a few block from UNU
Three part-time positions available working in
dental lab. Monday-Friday. 5:30am-7:30am,
5:45am-11:30 am, 4pm-8pm. Apply in person at
125 South 9th.
U.S. Department of Agriculture -
Agricultural Research Service
Office Automation Clerk
The Administrative Office of the U.S. Department
of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service lo
cated on the East Campus of the University of
Nebraska-Lincoln, has an opening, effective
January 14, 2001. for an Office Automation Clerk
in the Student Temporary Employment Program.
The position provides clerical and administrative
support to the three ARS research units located
on the campus. The position is part-time (5-10
hours per week) during the academic year.Ap
plicants must be enrolled in an accredited
school, on at least a half-time basis, in a course
of study related to the program (administration,
business, or office management), and maintain a
good academic record. Applicants must be a
U.S. citizen or a permanent resident who will be
accepted through December 8, 2000. For addi
tional information or to obtain an application,
please contact Lisa Mutlenx, 472-9691 or Becky
Holmes, 472-9692 or stop by our office located
at 344 Keim Hall, UNL, East Campus, Lincoln,
The United States Department of Agriculture is
an Equal Opportunity Employer
UNION BANK AND
Currently has an opening for a Part-time
Teller/New Accounts Representative
Hours: M,W,TH,F 11am-5:30pm
* Professional work enviornment
* Paid vacation, and holidays
* Daily lunch at no cost
* Health Club Reimbursement
401 K/profit sharing
* Perfect attendance awards and profit bonuses
Qualified applicants please apply in Person:
3600 S. 48th St.
Job Line 483-9699
VOLLEYBALL OFFICIALS start at $8/hour or
more officiating volleyball for Lincoln Parks and
Recreation. Caff 441 -7892 for more information.
The YMCA Youth Sports Department is looking
for winter basketball supervisors and officials,
great pay ($7-$12), flexible hours. If interested
please apply at the downtown YMCA, 1039 P
St. Mon-Fri, 8-5pm or call 434-9217.
Work With Children
•Do you enjoy working with infants/toddlers or
pre-school age children?
•Anyou excited about the development of chii
• 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 Today! 48o-6700, Monday-Friday,
Close to campus! Flexible hoursO Extra
hours avail, over holiday break!
Duties include: Order processing, con
tacting customers on past due accounts,
assisting credit department staff with daily
requirements and completing special proj
ects as assigned.
Requirements: 3.5 overall GPA, 3.4 Ac
counting GPA, completion of Beginning Ac
counting I; proficient with Windows 95 &
spreadsheets; excellent communication
PT, approx. 15-20 hrs per week, between
8-5, M-F, $6-8 per hour depending on
education and experience.
Send resume to: Senior Technologies,
HR/Acctg. Intern, PO Box 80238, Lincoln,
NE, 68501 or Email kwhiteOseniortech.com
Laam more about us at
Part-Time Tax Season
Work from January through approximately April
15 at local CPA firm. Excellent opportunity for
junior or senior accounting students with out
standing QPA. Individual must be highly moti
vated with excellent communication and organi
zational skills. Flexible work schedule; minimum
20 hours per week. Attractive office environment
in south Lincoln location. Send resume to Hu
man Resources, 4535 Normal Boulevard. Suite
195, Lincoln. NE 68506 or fax to (402) 437-8399.
603 Spring Break Trips
#1 Spring Break 2001 - Cancun, Mazatlan,
Acapulco, Jamaica. Florida, & S. Padre. Reliable
TWA flights. Best prices & Biggest parties. Call
Chad O 877-633-2386 or 651 -439-5464
*1 Spring Break Vacations!
Cancun, Jamaica, Bahamas & Florida. Sell trips,
earn cash & go free! Now hiring campus reps.
Guarantee the best SPRING BREAK
PRICES! South Padre, Cancun, Jamaica,
Bahamas, Acapulco, Florida & Mardigras.
Reps. Needed...Travel free, EarnSSS.
GROUP DISCOUNTS FOR 6+.
Spring Break! Deluxe Hotels, reliable air, free
food, drinks and parties! Cancun, Jamaica, Ba
hamas, Mazatlan & Florida. Travel Free and
Earn Cash! Do it on the Web! Go to Stu
dentdty.com or call 800-293-1443 for informa
SPRING BREAK 2001
Jamaica, Caacun, Florida, Barbados. Bahamas.
Earn 2 FREE Tripsl New Hking Campua Rapt.
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FREE Mo pack calve or vtart on-line #99
Wanted! Spring Breakers! Cancun, Bahamas,
Florida & Jamaica. Call Sun break Student Vaca
tions for a free brochure and ask how you can
organize a small group and Eat, Drink, Travel &
Earn Cash! Call 1-888-777-4642 or e-mail
I NEED HELP
Make your name available for possible contact
by election groups for the spring ASUN Student
Government election. The sign-up sheet is in the
ASUN office, 136 Nebraska Union.
Honor cords will be for sale November 29 and
December 1 at our booth in the Union from
11-3pm. Cost is $15 a piece. Questions, call
Marlene at 472-8921.
Bowling Night at Sun Valley Lanes, Thursday,
Nov. 30th at 9pm. First 10 business majors will
Classic film -The Graduate
Thursday, November 30 at 7pm & 9pm.
Mary Riepma Ross Theatre
(located inside the Sheldon)
$2 w/UNL ID, $6.50 general public
Coping with Cancer
Thursday’s, beginning September 7 from
6-7:30pm. Nebraska Union Room 338. For more
information call Yasmin at 472-7450.
Absolutely NO finals may be given during Dead
Week. Finals can ONLY be moved to another
time DURING FINALS WEEK with the
unanimous consent of the class. Quizzes are
Call the ASUN office with questions or com
plaints at 472-2581, email us at asun10unl.edu
or stop by the office at 136 Nebraska Union.
Dig that killer smile!
UHC Dental Office
15th & U Streets
Enter a Student.
Leave a Leader.
With Army ROTC not only could you get a col
lege scholarship, you'll also learn the skills
needed to be a leader. No matter what you do,
Skills+Leadership=Success! Call for details,
Men’s, women's and co-rec bowling will take
place on Friday, December 1 and Sunday. De
cember 3 at the East Campus Union Bowling
Lanes. No advance entry is required. Call
472-8383 or www.unl.edu/crec/im for more in
Information and application
available at the following locations
ASUN-136 City Union
Student Involvement - City and East Union
Multi-Cultural Affairs - 220 Admin
Vice Chan. Stu. Affairs -106 Admin
Deadline 4pm December 15,2000
We are in Wahoo this weekend at the Starlite
Ballroom. Come dance to High Caliber 8:00pm
to 12:00am $5.00 at the door.
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 dnOunl.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.
Sigma Alpha Kiss the Pig Contest this Wednes
day, November 29-Friday, December 1 from
11 am-2pm in the ECU. Place your bid for your
favorite teacher to kiss a pig. Jack Schinstock,
Ron Hanson, Sue Voss, Keith Gilster, Susan
Fritz, Matt Rasmussen.
Questions and concerns about the process or
the regulations ?? The electoral Commission will
be meeting on Monday, December 4, at 5pm in
the ASUN office 136 Nebr. Union. Ail students
are welcome to attend.
Speaker on health care system in America and
how it works on Tuesday Dec. 5, 7pm in the City
Our next meeting is coming up fast. Mark your
calendar for December 3rd from 5-7pm to meet
for a casual & fun holiday meeting. Get more in
formation by calling Megan @ 476-0233. RSVP
by Thursday Nov.30th. See you then!
Block and Bridle
Meeting, November 30, East Campus Union,
room to be posted. Exec 7:30, all members 8:00.
Short meeting followed by a social activity.
Check it Out!
Meeting TODAY at University Health Center
Conference Room D, 4-5 pm. For students with
diabetes, spouses and friends welcome! Call
472-7477 for more information.
There will be a Prime Time this Friday, Dec. 1 at
7:00 in the Union. Please join us for food, fellow
ship.praise and worship.
Meet at P.O. Pears at 5:30 this Thursday for din
ner. Don't forget the Christmas caroling at
7:00pm with Scarlet & Cream and SF. Meet at
the Wick Center at 6:45. (There might be some
thing later...come along to find out what!!!)
620 Greek Affairs
Congratulations to our newly elected executive
officers! Noble Ruler-John Hilgenkamp, Vice No
ble Ruler-Eric Towle, VNR Activities-Mitch
Matheisen, VNR Alumni Relations-Erik Haglund,
VNR Operations-Jason Heithold, VNR Plan
ning-Andy Bose, VNR Recruitment-Briap Mon
key, Chris Fond, VNR Membership Develop
ment-Justin Stofer, VNR New Membership
Education-John Magnusen, VNR Scholar
ship-Rich Seifken, Social Chariman-Andrew
Maddox, IFC Representative-Rik Smith, Assis
tant Finance-Brandon Kai.
Congrats to our new Executive Board Officers:
President: Geoff Reno
Vice President: Dave Warren
Treasurer Blake Anderson
Chaplin: Tom Danielson
Keeper of the Annals: Jordan Wiggins
Scribe: Jason Steffes
IFC Delegate: Andy Hood
And a BIG thanks to our outgoing officers- Great
Congratulations to our 2000 Executive Officers:
President: Jess Meier, Chapter Life VP: Amy
Dostal. Programs VP: Kristy Bamsey, Member
ship VP: Erin Pauley, Public Relations VP: Lisa
Hagelberg, Financial VP: Caroline Stephenson,
Recording Secretary: Lori Simpson, Panhellenic
Delegate: Gina Mangiameli. You will all do a fan
-Xi love. Your sisters
Help us congratulate our newly elected Exec.
Vice President-Marc Boggy
Risk Manager-Matt Jansen
Pledge Educator-Kyle Johnson
Social Chair-Aaron Comes
Scholarship Chair- Bryan Purdy
Philanthropy Chair-David Ridenour
Rush Chair-Eric Johnson
Congratulations to Sara Zoucha and James
Rogers on their recent engagement.
Congratulations to Becky Bates on being
elected as the new Panhellenic Secretary. Way
to go and good luck!
Congratulations to Jennie Shamblin on being
accepted into order of Omega. We are proud of
Congratulations to Jarne Strand on being initiat
ed into the FACS honorary fraternity, Phi Upsilon
Omicron. You make us proud!
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620 Greek Affairs
Congratulations to Erica Borg and Russell
Willbanks on their recent pinning.
Congratulations to PJ Durr on being accepted
into the Disney World Internship program this
spring. Good Luck. You were destined to go to
the happiest place on earth.
ITB- Your Sisters
Congratulations to our new officers: Pres
ident-Suzanne Minarick, VP Proqraming-Megan
Mullinix, VP Social Standards-Michelle Medina,
VP Member Ed-Carty Theiler, VP Member
ship-Laura Peterson, VP Finance-Liz Johnson,
VP Foundation-Emily Stuckey, VP Communica
tions-Sara Correll, VP Panhellenic-Diane Ray.
Directors: Crews-Molli Buchanan. Scholar
ship-Sara Heinrich, Rituals-JiH Pollard, So
cial-Misti Kuenning, New Member-Ashley John
son, Well Aware-Emily Wilson, Spon
sorship-Anna Marshall, Finance-Maggi Buchan
an, House Management-Jess Sutko, Anchor
Splash-Alyssa Guzman, Activities-Brandy
Olson, Alumni Relations-Amanda Hergert.
Honor Board: Liz Murphy, Steph Tveidt, Anne
Congratulations to the newly elected Executive
Officers: President- David Drew- Vice-President,
Ryan Powers, Secretary- Brian Zabloudil, Pledge
Ed.- Dan Finn, Scholarship- Joe Ferring, Chap
ter Relations- Jeremy Frazer, Rush Chairman
Dave McCoy, House Manager- Marcus Wilhelm,
IFC- Andrew Carr, Treasurer- Brian Bonne, So
cial Chair- J.K. Cameron.
Congratulations to Chris VanLong and Lynn
Predoehl on their recent pinning.
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620 Greek Affairs
Congratulations to Megan Auld-Wright on her
acceptance to study abroad in Scotland next se
-Love your sisters
Congratulations to the new executive board.
President-Angie Freudenberg, VP Morals-Katie
Bonniwell, VP Social-Andrea Penney, VP Men
tal-Amy Hastings, Secretary-Lisa Siedhoff,
Treasurer-Jamie Burner, Panhellenic Dele
gate-Mindi Weichman, House Manager-Brooke
Hunger, Rush Chair-Leigh Hoefner, Social-Tracy
Silva, Membership-Michaela Lincoln, Philanthro
py-Monica Ryan, and Risk Manegemnt-Josie
Congratulations to Mike Fields and Denise on
their recent engagement.
This Saturday at 1 pm, Triangle wiH be holding a
casino rush event. Come ready to gamble.
630 Student Government
Help us help underprivileged children share in
the Holiday spirit. Pick up a tag at any dining
service during dinner hours or at the Nebraska
Union. November 27-December 1. Sponsored
by RHA and ASUN in conjunction with the Sal
630 Student Government
700 Web Directory
Thursday, November 30 the RHA Residential
Enhancement Committee is sponsoring an Open
Forum on improving life in the Halls. Come share
your ideas, 7pm in Abel North Study Lounge.
The Gallup Organization
A Great Place to Work.
• Do you like to talk on the phone?
• Are you a leader?
• Do you like to take charge and make things
• Are you highly disciplined? •
• Do you like to know that the work you do makes
a difference in the world?
You know Lincoln as the home of the Huskers.
But did you know it’s also the operational center
of the world’s most famous survey research
organization? The thoughts and opinions of
millions of Americans on everything from politics
to long distance carriers are collected, compiled
and analyzed every year right here in Nebraska’s
capital city. Now you can be a part of that. Gallup
is currently hiring full-time and part-time
telephone interviewers to conduct market research
and public opinion surveys. This is not a
Two Lincoln locations:
11th &‘P’ and 68th & ‘O’
Call Jan Breslow at 486-6531
to schedule a telephone interview.
The Gallup Organization
An Equal Opportunity Employer
• Set your own
schedule. Work as
tew as 15 hours
per week or as
many as 40.
• Earn at least
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