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Phi Mu was founded in 1852 at Wesleyan College in Macon, Georgia.

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Phi Mu was founded in 1852 at Wesleyan College in Macon, Georgia.

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  • The National Headquarters staff "pinked out" and held the Founders' Day ceremony yesterday. Stay tuned today for a Best of Founders' Day feature on our blog. If you saw an especially inspiring post or photo, please share it in the comments below, and we'll include it on the blog. View Link | View Facebook Post
    10:34 AM Mar 5
  • January or March? 1852 or 1904? Phi Mu's founding has three significant dates! Read more on our blog (www.phimublog.com). View Link | View Facebook Post
    3:00 PM Mar 4
  • "Happy Founders Day," "Happy Founder's Day," or "Happy Founders' Day"? Which uses the correct punctuation? Take the poll on our homepage at www.phimu.org! View Facebook Post
    12:00 PM Mar 4
  • Today we celebrate 163 years of hundreds of thousands of Phi Mu sisters living vibrantly in the meaning, spirit and reality of Phi Mu! We honor Mary Myrick Daniel, Martha Hardaway Redding and Mary DuPont Lines for bringing The Philomathean Society to life at Wesleyan College in Macon, Georgia and announcing it on this day so long ago. View Facebook Post
    10:00 AM Mar 4
  • Pink Out for Phi Mu today to celebrate 163 years of sisterhood! Pink Out your social media with the cover and profiles photo you see here. Pink Out yourself by wearing pink attire throughout the day. You can post your pink selfie and use #phimu1852. Honor Phi Mu's founding in your Facebook status by completing this sentence, "In honor of 163 years of Phi Mu sisterhood, today, I thank Phi Mu for ..." View Facebook Post
    6:10 AM Mar 4
  • Phi Mu Founders' Day is tomorrow! Honor our founding by updating your profile and cover photos with the ones you see here, and create a status such as this, "In honor of 163 years of sisterhood, I thank Phi Mu for....." #phimu1852 View Facebook Post
    8:30 PM Mar 3
  • Tomorrow, Phi Mu celebrates 163 years of Love, Honor and Truth. Show the world how proud you are to be a Phi Mu by updating your profile and cover photos with the ones you see here, and share the status, "In honor 163 years of sisterhood, I thank Phi Mu for..." #phimu1852 View Facebook Post
    5:00 PM Mar 3
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    1:51 PM Mar 3
  • Let's celebrate 163 years of Phi Mu sisterhood tomorrow with a Pink Out! Pink Out your social media in honor of Phi Mu with the cover photo and profile photo you see here. Pink Out yourself by wearing pink attire throughout the day. You can post your pink selfie and use #phimu1852. Take it a step further and also honor Phi Mu's founding in your Facebook status by completing this sentence, "In honor of 163 years of Phi Mu sisterhood, today, I thank Phi Mu for ..." View Link | View Facebook Post
    1:50 PM Mar 3
  • During this week, the interfraternal community reflects on why fraternities/sororities were founded, why they have rituals, explore what it means to live by one's ritual and discuss what being a member of an organization with a ritual means. What is YOUR chapter doing to celebrate National Ritual Celebration Week! Comment and share below! #NRCW Photo Credit: Phi Mu - American University View Link | View Facebook Post
    9:07 AM Mar 3