Histories and traditions can be told in many ways. One of the unique story tellers of this great institution is our school’s seal- it serves as the official logo and brand. This emblem is on top of the letterhead that congratulates new students, on the official school shirt sold at Campus Book & Supply, it is affixed on the degrees of our graduates and is always displayed proudly on vehicle windows of fans and alumni alike across the Watermelon Warrior Nation.
Our great seal is a symbol of pride to all because it marks the history of Stanhope State. A large part of the affection for this symbol is that anytime there was a change in its design and creation, it was always approved by a vote from the faculty and student body. No Madison Avenue agency, no focus groups, no out of state consulting firm. Instead, it was a collaborative effort by our campus community. And that’s why we’re so proud of it. It reminds us of who we are, where we have been and where we are going.
For those wanting to know “the rest of the story”- let’s break down the symbolism of the official seal and reveal the history behind it.
Four prime time Saturday night broadcasts for the 2017 College Football Playoff qualifiers. For the 32nd Season all games will broadcast on the Watermelon Warrior Radio Network flagship station KQWC 95.7 FM. All kickoffs are listed on Central Time.