WESTFIELD, Mass. — A landmark sculpture of the globe on the campus of Westfield State University that was damaged by students celebrating the New England Patriots Super Bowl victory is beyond repair.

Interim President Elizabeth Preston said in a message to the campus Thursday that the sculpture known as The Globe can’t be fixed, and urged students to mount a fundraising campaign for a new one.

The Springfield Republican reports that campus police are still working on identifying the vandals.

Online videos show people rocking the aluminum globe and climbing inside and on it.

The continent of Africa was damaged while the Americas disappeared.

Preston said the sculpture “holds a special place in the hearts of Westfield State students and alumni, many of whom are saddened and angered by this unnecessary loss.”