A fresh blanket of white welcomed visitors to Wisconsin’s most beautiful campus and made the golden tassels and bright futures of UWEC’s newest alums really pop. While the weather threatened to dampen the mood, nothing could stop Blugolds and their loved ones from filling Zorn Arena to celebrate the centennial class.
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