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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (March 19, 2001)
Students spend break serving others
“Qavos" was the word of the
vveekfor 25 University of Nebraska
students during spring break.
“davos" is Spanish for nails.
And the word symbolized a new
life for some Mexican-American
residents of southern Ttexas.
Students from the University
of Nebraska-Lincoln and the
University of Nebraska at Kearney
participated in the Alternative
Spring Break, which was spon
sored by the Nebraska
Consortium for Service Learning
in Higher Education.
The students spent part of
their week helping to build houses
for low income families who live
around Edinburg, Ttexas. They also
: tutored youth at the Evins
I Regional Juvenile Center, a state
' run boys’ correctional facility and
* spent some time on the River Walk '
in SanAntonio and in South Padre
They worked with Proyecto
IAzteca, an organization that
builds houses in a central location
: before moving them to their final
locations. Several houses are built
at once, level by level and day by
Carmen Hernandez, family
support unit manager for
Proyecto Azteca, said volunteer
groups typically spent a week
helping with the project
Volunteers receive little
instruction on what to do at
Proyecto Azteca. Verbal commu
nication is minimal because most
of the foremen know only a few
words in English; their rapid
Spanish is peppered with English
words such as hammer, saw and
Volunteers must work by imi
tating the foremen and by
depending on the occasional vol
unteer who knows Spanish.
Volunteers help out in every
phase of house-building, from the
floor to the roof On Monday, they
laid plywood flooring on seven
houses; in the afternoon some of
the group crawled underneath
houses to nail up chicken wire that
supported fibeiglass insulation.
They put up walls on Thesday,
and on Wednesday they cut and
Several students said their
work at Proyecto Azteca was a wel
come break from studying, as wefl
as an opportunity to get some sun.
But others learned a lesson.
Robin Ostendorf, a UNK
freshman from Gothenberg, said
she came from a county where
native Nebraskans were expected
to adapt their lives to accommo
date Mexican immigrants.
She admitted she had precon
ceptions of the immigrants before
Ostendorf said the ethnic
environment of Proyecto Azteca
gave her a new perspective.
"I never thought I would
respect a Mexican,” Ostendorf
said. “But I really respect the guy in
charge of the building site because
he has a choice to move, but he
would rather help solve die prob
lem than run from it”
The NU group' split up on
Tbesday and Wednesday, with half
the students visiting the regional
center each day. At the regional
center, each student was assigned
to a classroom Though the inten
*tion was for the NU students to
tutor die youth in whatever sub
ject they were studying, the class
es turned into unstructured ques
tion-and-answer periods - with
the NU students taking center
The youths asked about col
lege. They wanted to know about
And, they were curious about
Trip organizer Carolyn Nolte
said the students set a precedent
“You are the first group of
peers that has come into the
regional center and worked with
them,” Nolte toki the student vol
The NU group held a meeting
on Wednesday evening to discuss
their reactions to their experi
ences at the regional centra:
Dan Hill a freshman criminal
justice major at UNL, was one of
the volunteers who voiced an
“These guys were me - bom
three neighborhoods over,” Hill
said. “If I had been bom into that
I’d be in the same place they are.”
But the trip wasn’t all work.
The students took a day off
Thursday to visit South Padre
Island. Some went bungee jump
ing, and a few took a dolphin
viewing cruise. The sky was over
cast and the ocean was very salty,
but everyone spent some time in
• the water.
Melissa Nosal, a junior English
major at UNL, said the week had a
strong impact on her
“The thing IH remember most
is the feeling about how this
affects me,” Nosal said. “It’s very
Gun burglary leaves police
with no suspects
The then of Items worth
more than $1,100 at a home at
the 200 block of D Street left
police with no suspects.
The burglary happened
between 330 p.m. March 11 and
2:20 p.m. March 12, Lincoln
Police Officer Katherine FinneU
Among the items stolen
were three guns: a SKS rifle with
a folding stock, a 30-30 rifle and
former police-issued handgun ,
and a 357 Magnum.
Also reported stolen were a
man's wedding ring, a silver and
mother-of-pearl Donald Duck
ring and a sex toy.
ifondak use BB guns to shoot
out car windows around dty
Sometime Itiesday evening
about 40 car windows were shot
out by vandals in southeast and
southwest Lincoln, said Lincoln
Police Capt David Beggs.
' Beggs said the car windows
were shot out by BB gpns.
' No arrests were made, but
the suspects’ BB guns were
taken by police.
Woman dies after car collides
with semitruck trailer
One Lincoln woman is dead
after her car collided with a
semitruck trailer Tuesday after
Beggs said shortly after 5:00
p.m., Goldie Aden, 76, was rid
ing with her husband, who was
driving their Buick, when they
turned left in front of a semi
truck trailer headed east-bound
on Nebraska Hwy. 2.
Beggs said the woman was
pronounced dead at the scene,
while her husband was taken to
Bryan LGH West for injuries and
placed in seriqps condition.
The driver of the semitrailer
was from Evanston, Wyo., and
was not cited with any charges.
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Compiled by Jill Conner
UNL names chancellor
PERLMAN from page 1
He also served for (me year as
acting senior vice chancellor for
academic affairs in 1995-96.
In his new role, Perlman will
earn $220,000 annually, a raise of
Perlman's salary hike is the
result of a study conducted fay the
firm ot Ernst and Young for the
University of Nebraska
The study showed that the
average annual salary for chan
cellors of comparable universi
ties is $230,999.
Richard Edwards, senior vice
chancellor for academic affairs,
said he thought Peiiman worked
well with members of the univer
“I think it’s an excellent
choice,” Edwards said
Perlman has been instru
mental in pushing die academic
prioritization process, Edwards
”1 think he’ll do a good job
moving die university forward,”
James Griesen, vice chancel
lorfor student affairs, said he was
pleased Perlman was named as
chancellor because Peiiman had
already demonstrated a commit
ment to die university.
“I think he's the perfect
choice," Griesen said.
Perlman earned respect in his
roles as interim chancellor, act
ing vice chancellor for academic
affairs and as the law school
"The entire mission of the
university will be accelerated
with Harvey’s long-term com
mitment” Griesen said.
Perlman was not only praised
by administrators, but students
One of the primary contacts
between the students and the*
administration is the ASUN pres
ident, who periodically meets
with the chancellor.
Nathan Fuerst, Association of
Students of the University of
Nebraska president-elect, said he
had been impressed by Ferlmanfe
actons as interim chancellor.
“I think he shows great con
cern for all students," he said.
Fuerst said he especially liked
Perlman’s stance on attracting
and recruiting all students to
UNL - including out-of-state stu
dents, minority students and stu
dents with high academic ability.
Outgoing student body
President Joel Schafer said he
thought Perlman had an advan
tage because he wouldn't need to
spend die beginning ofhis tenure
getting to know faculty members
and learning the ropes of the job.
Perlman has the support of
both faculty members and stu
dents, which Schafer said he
thought was unusual.
He also works well with the
agriculture community as well as
die business community, Schafer
Schafer also said he thought
students could trust Perlman.
“There's not the sort of suspi
cion of what the administration
is doing,” Schafer said.
“Harvey has brought an atti
tude of an honesty.”
AsASUN president, Schafer
has met with both Moeser and
Schafer said he enjoyed
working with Moeser, but his
experiences with Perlman were
"With Moeser; it was very for
mal ^-1 frit like Iwas entering into
a negotiation,* Schafer said.
Perlman was more easygoing
and open with issues, Schafer
"It doesn't seem like he’s try
ing to spin something on me,”
"He genuinely wants to get to
know the students and student
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