Davis South Plaza

Davis South Plaza

Established: 
1904
Current Use: 

The plaza was part of a campus beautification program under Mrs. Eugene J. Barney. It was rededicated in 1988 as the Samuel S. and Jeanette Albiez Davis South Plaza after Mr. and Mrs. Davis who established a $1 million work-scholarship program for students. Samuel S. Davis, class of 1926, was a trustee from 1954 until his death in 1984.

Central Campus
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Located on the southern side of “the Hill,” the Davis South Plaza offers a peaceful place to study, write, think, or chat, with a great view across the Fine Arts Quad to Sugarloaf Hill.
Building Style: 
Built in Jeffersonian Federal Revival style as an outdoor theatre
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