How to Choose a Delta Green Pin
Are you a Tri Delta Green pin owner? Have you heard of the Circle Degree pendant and Pearl Circle necklace? Maybe you’d like to win the Future/Perfect scenario contest? If so, read on. Here are some tips for choosing the perfect pin! You’ll be glad you did when you win! There are many ways to celebrate your Delta status. Check out our blog for more ways to show your pride. Don’t forget to share your pins with everyone you know.
Tri Delta green pin
The green and silver enamel badge of the Tri Delta fraternity is worn by new members of the fraternity. This design is based on the 1918 Constitution of the fraternity. It features three Deltas surrounding an inverted Delta to symbolize growth. The universal symbol of green is the growth of things. Therefore, the new member pin’s green color represents the union of Fraternity colors and the beginning of individual growth. It’s a beautiful symbol of the fraternity’s commitment to excellence and dedication to its members.
Tri Delta, the first national organization for women, was established in 1978 and hosted its first national leadership conference. Today, there are over 210,000 initiated members and 139 chapters in the US and Canada. It was the first sorority to plan for an alumni system. It is a symbol for the organization’s commitment towards women. Its founding principles made it the first sorority to plan for a future of leadership and community service.
The symbols on the pin represent different parts of the Fraternity. The alumnae is represented by the pansy and represents the third stage in the Fraternity’s lifetime development. The dolphin represents clear skies, smooth sailing, friendship, and leadership, which is particularly important to the Fraternity’s leadership. Other symbols on the pin include the gold and silver bars and the dolphin. The pansy is the official flower of the sorority.
The green pin of the Tri Delta fraternity symbolizes the Greek letters T-D, I, and P. The Greek letters represent specific meaning to members. The patron deity of the chapter is Poseidon, the god the sea. The jewel on the pin represents the new members, while the pine tree represents growth and lofty aspirations. The pin is accompanied by the letters T-D–G-D–D-G–D-Phi, which represent the fraternity’s collegiate members.
Circle Degree pendant
The Circle Degree Pendant celebrates the third degree of Initiation for senior members of Tri Delta. It is blue with a gold pansy on the pendant’s center. This pansy symbolizes a member’s membership and growth throughout her life. Tri Delta members can purchase this pendant to mark their graduation and to give as gifts to others. Both the pendant and pin in Delta green are available online.
In addition to the Delta green pin, the fraternity offers several other circle-inspired items. Members who have reached a 25-year anniversary can wear a silver version of this pin. The pin also includes the member’s anniversary date. Members can also wear a gold version of the Golden Circle Pin, which was designed by Sarah Ida Shaw for the Circle Degree of Initiation. This gold pin features three golden deltas in a circle of yellow and six blue spherical triangular triangles. Members who have been a member for 75 years can wear the Diamond Circle pin.
Pearl Circle necklace
As a way to celebrate and recognize the tenth anniversary of Tri Delta Ritual Committee membership, the Pearl Circle Necklace was introduced. This necklace is made from freshwater pearls and is only available to members who have reached this milestone. This necklace can be given to a member as a gift or as a special recognition for their achievement. Tri Delta’s third degree of Initiation is the moment a member becomes an Initiated member.
The Kappa Delta necklace, made from sterling silver, features an 18-inch cable link with an olive-green enamel disc. The lobster claw clasp secures the necklace. The necklace comes in a variety styles and lengths. This unique pearl necklace will be a conversation starter with your family and friends. The Delta Green Pearl Circle necklace is a beautiful way to show your appreciation for a University of Michigan student or alumna!
Future/Perfect scenario contest
We are inviting stories to be submitted for the next Delta Green pin future/perfect situation contest. The goal is to find a scenario that is representative of the future of the Earth and how it can be improved. Hopefully, we’ll find something that is both creative and interesting. This contest is run by Arc Dream, a gaming company founded by Lovecraft enthusiasts. We’ve included two scenarios so far. Dennis Detwiller wrote the first scenario, which we have adapted to fit the current setting.