November 8,1995 Campus Opinion 3 Question of the Week: What was your favorite part of Cornhuskin' ? k Jan Yow senior Our little sister's support Veronica King junior All the junior's hard work paid off! Christy Spencer Jennifer Newsome senior The N.C. State Marching Band senior Tlje serenades ATTENTION MEREDITH STUDENTS! looking to earn some &ctra money during the Spring Semesterf The office of Alumnae Relations has fust the job for you, ISstudents areneeded to work on the Alumnae Phona^on for donations to the College's Annual fund. You will be working in the Alumnae House two nights per week (Tuesdays and Wednesdays} from F^ruary 6 through April 24, iSjpring Break week of^ This is a great opportunity to earn some extra money and gain some valuable experience in telemarketing and fund raising. Stop by the Alumnae House today to fill out an application. For more information caS Mary Kate Keith at ext, 8391. Kimberly Zucker senior "The senior steppers” Daphne Oneal senior Hog Calling Cancun &Jamica Spring Break Specials! 111% Lowest Price Guarantee! 7 Nights Air & Hotel From $399! Book Early! Save $100 On Food/Drinks! Spring Break Travel 1-800-678-6386 • USA Today is looking for 60 full-time students to be namct to its All-USA Academic team. Students will be featured in a two-page color insert in the newspaper^ and the top 20 wjU receive cash prizes as well The deadline for nominations is NoVv 17. Nominations are to come from faculty members. They are looking for students who excel not only in scholar ship but in leadership roles on and off campus. Students will be Judged on an outstanding original academic or intellectual product. Students need recommendations from the nominat ing professor. Nomination forms and a contact number is located in the Honors office. * The National Conference on Undergraduate Research (NCUR> is promoting undergraduate research, scholsirship and creative activity by sponsoring an undergradiuite re search conference on April 18-20 in Asheville NC. The dead lines for abstracts is Dec. 10,1995, Open for students in a wide variety of disciplines.

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