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Alpha Sigma Alpha's Interactive History

Alpha Sigma Alpha’s
Interactive History

Category: SymbolsX

Establishing an identity

The first membership badge of the Sorority was a shield, upon which the Greek letters Alpha Sigma Alpha were inscribed in gold on a black background. The top of the badge displayed a crown set with jewels. The Founders announced [&hell...
1902
Fall

A new look

The badge was changed from the shape of a shield to the design it holds today....
1903
Fall

Changes in symbols

Alpha Sigma Alpha’s national flower changed from white carnation to American Beauty rose and national jewel changed from emerald to ruby....
1909
Jun
10

Plaque dedicated at Longwood

Helen L. Corey, KK, presented a bronze plaque to Longwood College (Longwood University, PA) for the rotunda in honor of Alpha Sigma Alpha’s Founders. Present at the ceremony were Founder Juliette Hundley Gilliam and first national pr...
1957
Nov
15