The bass drum and snare drum symbolize the major role the organization plays in developing the school pride among members of the academic community. The concentric circles stand for a sense of equality and the members’ endless pursuit of excellence. The belt symbolizes the solidarity among members, gathering, enclosing, holding, connecting, and securing everything the organization holds and upholds. 1975 stands for the year the organization was founded. The stag signifies the organization’s oneness with the institution it serves, believing in the institution’s mission and ideals, abiding by the institution’s core values, and upholding spiritual virtues. The eleven antlers suggest the significance of the number 11 to the organization, considering it celebrates its foundation on the 11th day of February and the word Jammerstags composed of eleven characters. The white background symbolizes the purity of the organization’s intentions in serving the institution, while black means solidarity, power and authority, self-control, discipline, and strong will. The yellow and red flags signify the color of our beloved alma mater. The color yellow or gold stands for endurance and perennial quest for high standards – inner strength in the quest for excellence – and also the loyal dignity of a true Christian. The color red symbolizes sacrifice, martyrdom, and bravery. The Latin phrase semper fidelis means “always faithful,” which serves as the organization’s guiding principle. The bass drum and snare drum beaters represent the organization’s thrust of developing the members’ talents and holistic personality.