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Symbols of ZTA
Fun Facts


In the late 1800s, an admirer of one of ZTA's Founders sent a gift of strawberries.
The scrumptious present prompted the group of nine friends to host their first purely social gathering and to become
officially recognized as a campus organization.

The five-pointed crown denotes
special significance to all ZTAs.


The white violet, shown here, is the official flower of ZTA.


The banner of the Fraternity is rectangular and made of turquoise and gray satin. It bears the letter "A," the word "Themis" in Greek, and a burning torch. The meaning of the banner is secret, but it may be hung in a place that is visible to anyone entering a chapter house, suite, etc.