University of Nebraska Buys Home For NU President



LINCOLN -- The University of Nebraska has purchased a $750,000 home in Lincoln for NU's president to use.  The University of Nebraska Foundation said Wednesday it had purchased the approximately 7,000-square-foot home in southwest Lincoln with private funds.  The university used to provide a house to its president. That home burned down in 1996.  The home will be used for a variety of university events and provide guest quarters and private quarters for J.B. Milliken and his family.  The university has been providing an annual housing allowance of $24,000 to Milliken.

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