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.
KaMUstahan • Freshmen Dine Out • GenMeets • Fiesta at the Hut • Club Med • Induction Ball • Tao Rin Pala (TRP) performance • Siszle • UP Medical Alumni Society (UPMAS) Homecoming • Sis Day • Intern's Party • Commitment Rites and Initiation
Last June 23, the Mu Sigma Phi Sorority and Fraternity welcomed the UP College of Medicine’s Class 2014 with a party aptly dubbed “Ignite.” It was a post-dinner party held at the Fluid Bar in Malate, Manila. Despite the heavy downpour during the afternoon and evening of the event, freshies did not pass up the chance to have fun and mingle with their classmates and the Mu brods and sisses, especially since there were no classes the following day.
Goblets clinking, silverware tinkling and red roses topping violet-draped-on-white tables. The quietly elegant atmosphere was perfect for KaMUstahan, the Mu Sigma Phi Sorority’s annual sorority orientation for freshmen. Held last July 22 at The Clubhouse on the sixth floor of Two Adriatico Residences, the KaMUstahan had always been an opportunity for the sisses of the Sorority to get together as well as to show the ladies of the UP College of Medicine (UPCM) freshmen class what the Mu pride is all about.
To commence its seventy-fifth anniversary celebration, the Mu Sigma Phi Sorority, the first duly-recognized medical Sorority in Asia, held its Grand Launch last June 17 at the College of Medicine, University of the Philippines - Manila. In this evening of triumphant reminiscence and meaningful merriment, the Sorority presented its roster of activities for the year, all of which highlight the Pillars the Sorority has upheld throughout its existence: Sisterhood, Service, Scholarship and Leadership.
Three years ago, on August 2, 2005 , I signed-up as an applicant of the Mu Sigma Phi Sorority, having no inkling as to how much this move would change my life. Fast forward to the present, I can wholeheartedly say it was – and will always remain – one of the best decisions of my life.