The wearing of the Kappa Kappa Psi crest, symbols (with the exception of the membership candidate pin) and/or letters in any form, is limited to initiated members of the fraternity. This restriction is lifted in the case of articles or regalia clearly declaring, without abbreviation, the wearer as a membership candidate or a colony member or denoting sponsorship or partial sponsorship of an event by the Fraternity, provided said event is not in conflict with the precepts and policies of Kappa Kappa Psi.
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The Greek letters are printed in an arc on the top half of the flag with a white background. There are three overlapping stars in the middle of the flag and bottom of the flag over a blue background.
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The Flower of Kappa Kappa Psi is the Red Carnation.
The question of how this came about was asked of Dr. J. Lee Burke (3rd Grand President) by at the 1989 National Convention in Stillwater, Oklahoma by Alpha Chapter alumnus and Past National Officer Steve Nelson. Burke said that the red carnation was picked because it was the favorite flower of our founder William A. Scroggs.
Alumnus Kristopher A. Lininger of the Eta Mu Chapter was able to verify with Bill Scroggs, Jr. and Susan Scroggs, the adult children of William A. Scroggs that the Red Carnation was indeed Scroggs's favorite flower.