A Falcon's view of a cold, but breathtaking sunrise over campus the day after the snowstorm.
In Photos: A snow-covered BGSU
A winter storm blanketed the University with a foot of fresh snow
This week, a two-day snowstorm blew through Bowling Green blanketing the University with a fresh foot of snow, closing roads and campus, on Tuesday.
University photographers Craig Bell and Brad Phalin captured a snow-covered campus during and after one of the biggest snowstorms to hit BGSU in years.
Snow falls at the Falcon statue at Stroh Center.
Snow on the University Seal, first designed in 1914, glistens with the start of the day. Students, faculty and staff returned to campus Wednesday after the University closed Tuesday due to road conditions.
A cold start for the University's iconic "Thinking Man" statue outside of Olscamp Hall.
Temperatures fell after the snowstorm, with ice covering the branches on some of the largest trees on campus in front of the Traditions Buildings.
Zachary Tuk, a freshman studying forensic science biology, enjoys sledding down a snow hill made from plowing a parking lot.
The snow started Monday and fell overnight into Tuesday morning.
An especially cold seat on a cold day, the snow was deep enough to cover benches on campus after sidewalks were cleared.
The William T. Jerome Library stands tall behind large snow piles created after snow removal teams worked throughout the storm to clear parking lots and walkways. Visible for miles throughout Bowling Green, the Jerome Library is famous for its unique design and beautiful mural designed by Donald Drumm.
Ivana Ramirez, a graduate student from Puerto Rico, has her picture taken in front of the BGSU letters as the snow falls.
A smiling snowman greets students, faculty, staff and visitors in front of University Hall.