Memorials to Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg sprang up all over New York City, including at her alma mater Columbia University.
People left flowers and notes for Ruth Bader Ginsburg at the statue of Alma Mater on the Columbia University campus
The iconic statue of Alma Mater on the steps of Low Library, Columbia University with a sign saying “When There Are Nine.” That was Justice Ginsburg’s answer to a question about when there would be enough women on the Supreme Court.
The law library at the Columbia University School of Law, where Ruth Bader Ginsburg graduated first in her class
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