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UNO just showed off the renovations to the old mansion on campus.
It's usually referred to as the Hayden House -- built in 1926. Now it's the first thing new and prospective students see at UNO.
It has its history no doubt. And some of it is a mystery.
Consider this, tucked behind wood paneling in a living room -- a Diebold safe that hasn't been opened in 70-years.
Everyone on campus is having a blast thinking about what could be in there. Is it jewels, gold, memoirs, wine from prohibition, or something else?
Unfortunately, no one left the combination for UNO.
Chancellor Christensen said he's been in contact with safe-crackers.
Someone will open it in the next few weeks and even invite the cameras to watch. He jokingly said he didn't want to create another Geraldo Rivera moment. (Remember the live televised event regarding Al Capone's vault -- the result turned out to be nothing but dust)
What do you think is in there?