The Fraternity's symbols were chosen because they were appealing to the Founders.
It is said that Shirley Cohen Laufer chose the Sphinx because historically it was a mythological figure of mystery and secrecy for women.
American Beauty Rose
The American Beauty Rose was chosen because of its statuesque beauty, and because of the balance of sharp thorns and soft petals.
King Blue and Gold
Diokete Hupsala (translated to English as Aim High)
The brotherhood of man and the alleviation of the world's pain
Only initiated sisters may wear the Phi Sigma Sigma Crest.
GAMMA'S CHAPTER MASCOT
Iota Gamma sisters have chosen the Butterfly as their Chapter mascot.
The first ritual was written by Fay Chertkoff, Gwen Zaliels Snyder and Estelle Melnick Cole, who literally locked themselves in a room together to write it. Gwen Zaliels Snyder designed the Phi Sigma Sigma sapphire-eyed Sphinxhead badge.
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