Pins
Colors/Flowers
Seals
Motto/Vow/Secret
Bonus Questions

### 100

This Pin was designed by the Epsilon Chapter, at The Ohio State University, and adopted in 1920 at the Second National Convention. It's three sides represent mind, body and spirit.
What is the Pyramid Pin.

### 100

What are the Sorority's official colors?
What is crimson and cream.

### 100

This official seal is a circular engraving with "Delta Sigma Theta Grand Chapter" surrounding the crest. It is displayed on the front of the podium used by the presiding officer when the Grand Chapter is in session at the national conventions and at regional conferences as well as ritualistic ceremonies.
What is the Sorority Seal.

### 100

What is the Sorority emblem?
What is goddess Minerva (Pallas Athena), the Goddess of Wisdom.

### 100

This Pin was created as recognition when a Delta member contributed $2,200 or more toward the$1 Million Dollar Howard University Endowment Scholarship.
What is the Millennium Pin.

### 200

This Pin is a replica of the sculpture at Howard University.
What is the Fortitude Pin.

### 200

What are the Pyramid Colors?
What is white and red are the official Pyramid colors.

### 200

This seal is displayed in the entrance to the National President's suite during a national convention.
What is the Presidential Seal.

### 200

What is "Intelligence is the Torch of Wisdom".
What is The Sorority's Public Motto.

### 200

What colors robes do Jewels wear?
What are crimson or red robes.

### 300

This pin was designed by Founder Madree Penn White.  This pin is worn over the heart, only by a duly initiated member of the Sorority and is pinned to the wearer's first outer garment.

Describe what it looks like and what each part symbolizes or represents.

What is the Sorority Pin.  It is comprised of three Greek letters, Delta, Sigma and Theta. The nine jewels in the Sigma represent the Nine Cardinal Virtues. Each corner of the Sigma contains a pearl dedicated to the Founders of Delta Sigma Theta.

### 300

What is the Sorority Flower?
What is the African violet.

### 300

This is the official coat of arms of the Sorority. It was designed by Delta member F. Ailene Marks and Past National President Jeanette Triplett Jones.
What is the Sorority Crest.

### 300

The Pyramid public motto is...
What is "Scholarship, Fellowship, Service and a desire to attain all that would ennoble".

### 300

What does the Torch of Wisdom symbolize? What color is this candle and when do we use the candle?
What is the public motto; represented by the red candle used during ritualistic ceremonies.

### 400

This handmade Pin was created in recognition of contributions of \$1000 or more to Delta Research and Educational Foundation (DREF).  This pin can be worn as a pendant.
What is the Diamond Jubilee Pin.

### 400

What is the Pyramid Flower?
What is a peppermint carnation.

### 400

When was the Sorority Crest authorized? Who authorized it?
What is 1934 and the National Executive Committee.

### 400

The Sorority vow is?
What is "Membership in Delta Sigma Theta is a Lifetime Commitment."

### 400

Who speaks for the Grand Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta?
Who is the National President.

### 500

What is the Sorority Stone, where is it used and what is their signifance to the Founders?
What is the Pearl, it is used only in the official sorority pin, when in four corners of Sigma are dedicated to the Founders.

### 500

All Deltas sing the official songs?  They are never song as what?
What are solos and renditions.

### 500

What are the parts of the Sorority Crest and what do they represent?
What is the Minerva (the emblem) the Goddess of Wisdom, the shield bearing the torch, the sword(representing truth), the staff(represents intelligent leadership), the three Greek letters Delta Sigma and Theta, the Laurel Wreath is the symbol of achievement, mark of honor, fame, distinction, glory and victory as used by the Greeks.

### 500

These are never written, but are transmitted orally from one Delta to another. When do you learn these?
What are the Secrets, the secret motto, the handshake, the distress signal and the Delta knock. A new member will learn them at the time of initiation into the sorority.

### 500

What are the Fundamental Principals of the organization embodied in?   When?
What are the nine Jewels and the Delta Oath. In 1913.