We all have a certain spot on campus we consider a hidden gem. It may be the corner desk on the fifth floor of the library, maybe it's the greenhouse in Phillips, or maybe it's the penthouse in Hibbard. Wherever your hidden gem is, we can all agree that UWEC is full of them. We found spots in every academic building on campus. Where's your hidden gem?
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