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Florida State University Logo

Florida State University logo and symbol, meaning, history, PNG

  • Download PNG Florida State University Logo PNG Florida State University has several logotypes.
  • Meaning and history The university seal comprises burning torches with a banner featuring the Latin text “Vires, artes, mores” (meaning “Strength, Skill, Character” in English).
  • All these are encircled with the lettering “Florida State University 1851.” Current seal emblem Although the Florida State University logo has undergone a modification in 2009, the main symbols remained where they were.
  • The outer ring grew thinner in order to create a softer-edge transition, while the type was replaced by the Adobe Garamond font.
  • Also, the color palette was altered.
  • Athletic symbols The athletic teams representing the school are called the Florida State Seminoles.
  • Since the early 1970s, the primary logo has featured a side view of a shouting Native American in a circle, who was supposed to belong to the Seminole tribe.
  • In fact, the side view was modeled not on a Native American, but on the Florida State University professor Thomas Wright, who is also the author of the university’s Fight Song and Victory Song.
  • The athletic FSU logo has undergone a subtle facelift in 1990 involving mostly the color palette.
  • The 2014 redesign was more profound.
  • The feather became golden, while the name of the university disappeared from it.
  • All the four are used in the Florida State University logo and seals.
  • The Seminoles have made seventeen National Collegiate Athletic Association Tournament appearances and have competed in the Round of 32 ten times.
  • Florida State Seminoles football Football is often named the university’s most successful athletic program, which is to a large extend due to the period between 1993 and 2001 when they played in five national championships.

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