University building rejected for "private residence"/others, could use some help!
I recently had the pleasure of getting my first wayspot rejected, and I know almost certain that it should be approved. I can only assume that either I very much misunderstood the guidelines or perhaps I misconstrued the status of my spot.
As my description states, this historical building houses a collection of original William Shakespeare documents and hosts discussions, lectures, and research. I assume it was rejected because I said it isn't open to the public, but it's a university building and surrounded by other buildings not open to the public on the same block that have been accepted. Should I just take that line out of the supporting info (or even say that nobody lives here)? It feels at times like reviewing wayspots can involve a bit too much looking for keywords and a bit too little examining individual circumstances.
Looking at the few documents and posts I could find about private buildings and such, it appears that meeting places (like this one) should be accepted, but I may be misinterpreting that. It appears someone also designated this a "sensitive" location, which I am also not quite understanding.
In terms of the photo, would a picture capturing the whole building be better? I was trying to be relatively artsy but I guess there could be room for improvement there. If necessary, I could also add some URLs to the supporting info.
Thanks a lot on any help you could provide me with to improve my submission!