The first medical sorority in the Philippines and in Asia.
An unbroken line of over a thousand lady doctors from the University of the Philippines Manila.
Mu Sigma Phi Drug Bank • Mu Caravan • Medical/Surgical Missions • Blood-Letting • First Friday Mass at PGH Chapel • An Ounce of Prevention: Immunity • Alay sa MUsmos at Ina • Service Month • MUnting KaCIyahan • Parol Para sa Sanggol • Tree Lighting Ceremony
If you think super models are all glamor and glitter and nothing else, take a long, hard look at Tweetie de Leon. This mother of four (to Sabina, 12, Lorenzo, 11, Nicolas, nine and Alfonso, four) is still as slim as her super model days, years ago. Her school girl complexion would make younger women turn green with envy.
Upholding its commitment to service, the Mu Sigma Phi Sorority launched an extensive immunization program entitled ImMUnity: Be the Doctor, Not the Patient. The project began its first leg last March at the UP-PGH Health Service, immunizing 100 female PGH employees with HPV vaccines.
Sis Angel Rodriguez-Bandola '99 and our benefit gala, Brilyante: The Empowered Woman are mentioned in Crispina Martinez-Belen's column in yesterday's edition of the Manila Bulletin.
As a part of the ongoing 75th Anniversary of the Mu Sigma Phi Sorority, this year’s Scholarship Pillar has continued and further expanded its projects for the commitment to promote health and awareness to the society. To mark its Diamond Anniversary, the sorority celebrates womanhood through its campaign for WEALTH – Women Empowerment and Literacy through Health Education, through the Mu Health Caravan.