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Screenshot: Zeta Sigma Chi Website

Zeta Sigma Chi (ZSC) is a multicultural sorority dedicated to bringing together “women from diverse cultures for one common goal: success in education.”

When ZSC came to us, they already had in place a functional, if slightly dated, website. The site was built entirely in Adobe Flash, which presented some maintenance challenges for ZSC.

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