He’s a global ambassador for wild polar bears, calling on the world to help reverse climate change.
Behind the library you can see the Stephens Hall clock tower.
The grassy common area in the foreground is known as "The Beach." At the top of the grassy area you can spot one of Towson University's three tiger statues.
These statues are great photo-op locations when you visit campus.
A live streaming version of this view is also available.
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