Reverend Dr. M. Morgan Weston II Plaza

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Weston Plaza

The Reverend Dr. M. Morgan Weston II Plaza is the granite-bordered patch of grass and adjacent benches outside of John Jay. The plaza, created in the space formerly occupied by the Lion's Court after much student feedback[1], was dedicated to the Columbia College alum, Harlem Activist, and University trustee in October 2004. [2] In the process though, there was much student bitching and moaning, as there always is. [3]

The gate that stands between Weston Plaza and Butler Library used to stand on Columbia's Midtown campus.


  1. Lion's Court Plan Close to Complete - The Spectator, 11-02-2001
  2. JJ Plaza Dedicated to Weston - The Spectator, 10-27-2004
  3. CCSC, ESC Question Details of New Lion's Court Lawn Space - The Spectator, 3-8-2002

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