The Purser Center is currently looking for non-profit groups or organizations to run a concession stand during dance competitions held at the Purser Center. Dance competitions are high volume and long running events that last throughout a weekend. This would be a great opportunity for any non-profit or charitable organization looking for a way to raise money.
Groups should be prepared to:
• Provide all staffing (2-3 people throughout the suggested timeframe)
• Supply food and beverage product for the concession stand
• Provide any food and beverage equipment needed to produce food and beverage products
Typical concession stand fare includes hot dogs, pretzels, nachos, candy, chips and soda. The Purser Center will provide set guidelines regarding menu items and sale prices.
A Logan University student, faculty, staff or graduate must be an active participant in the non-profit organization in order to participate in this opportunity.
All profits raised by the non-profit are kept by the non-profit.
Available concession stand dates and suggested hours are as follows:
If interested, please contact Jennifer Rohrer
by Monday, January 26th
. Should more groups show interest than dates are available, a raffle will be performed. Groups will be randomly assigned to a weekend. If you know that a weekend will not work for a group, please note when emailing Jennifer. Groups will be notified of which weekend they will run a concession stand on Wednesday, January 28. Please only sign up if your group can commit to work a full weekend of the above listed dates.
Students are invited to attend Chiropractic Success for the Modern Woman on January 22nd, 2015 between 5:00pm and 6:00pm in the Mezzanine of the Student Center. Join the Women's Leadership Council for an evening of food, drinks and guest speaker Dr. Brittany Warren.
There will be a raffle for the two people who bring the most guests. The two winners will each receive $50 gift cards.
All are welcome to attend.
Logan University recently welcomed 53 new Doctor of Chiropractic students to campus.
Here are some fun facts about Logan's 185th class:
A total of 20 states are represented by the new class:
Arkansas, California, Florida, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Maryland, Maine, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, North Carolina, Nebraska, New Jersey, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Utah and Wisconsin.
60% of the incoming students have a Bachelor's Degree.
Three students have a Master's Degree.
Three students in the Spring 2015 Tri 1 Class previously attended the University of Mississippi.
Two students in the Tri 1 class are named Dalton - One male and one female.
Welcome to Logan!
Congratulations to Dr. Robert Davidson who has been appointed Director of the Master’s in Nutrition & Human Performance program at Logan. Dr. Davidson was appointed Interim Director in September of 2014 and Logan is excited he has accepted the Director position.
Dr. Davidson has been an Assistant Professor in the Nutrition & Human Performance program at Logan University since May 2011. Before coming to Logan, Dr. Davidson was an Assistant Professor at Brigham Young University from 2003-2010 and held Postdoctoral Fellowships at Colorado State University and University of Wisconsin-Madison. He has a PhD in Nutritional Sciences from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and MS in Nutrition from Utah State University.
Representatives from the Jewish Community Center, 24-Hour Fitness, and Club Fitness will be on campus this Friday, January 9th. They will be in the Standard Process Student Center from 11:00am-1:00pm to answer any question students, faculty and staff may have about gym memberships. Logan has special discounted rates at each facility.
Additional dates will be scheduled in the future.