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Dr. Hugh B. Logan’s Legacy Lives on Through Gift to Dr. Ralph Filson

Dr. Filson sits at his desk, which belonged to Dr. Logan

During his time as a Logan student, Ralph Filson, DC (69’) had only heard and read about the incredible things that the University’s founder and first president, Hugh B. Logan, DC, had done. “He was a very straightforward, honest person,” Dr. Filson, now a Logan professor, said. “He was a believer in his technique and an honorable man who did a lot for chiropractic.” In the years following graduation, Dr. Filson created a very special bond with Dr. Logan’s widow, Fern Murray, DC, who was also the first student to enroll at Logan in 1935. Dr. Filson served as her …

Community Atmosphere Helps Transfer Student Thrive at Logan

Each year, an average of seven students decide to make a change in their educational career and transfer to Logan University. Trimester 7 student Max Sauer realized that need for change just over two years ago. After spending nearly a year studying at another chiropractic college, Max felt his experience wasn’t quite as hands-on as he would have liked, and he began researching other colleges and universities. When he came across Logan’s website, he was impressed with the Assessment Center program. Intrigued by the opportunity for immediate hands-on experience with standardized patients, Max scheduled a campus visit. “When I first …

White Coats for Black Lives Matter

White Coats for Black Lives Matter group photo

Devin Woods, trimester 5 chiropractic student, organized a photo opportunity today with her fellow Logan University students, faculty, and staff as part of a social media movement called “White Coats for Black Lives Matter.” “I saw a few other chiropractic colleges across the country participating in this movement and I immediately knew I wanted to organize the same thing for Logan,” Devin said. “I wanted to give my peers a safe opportunity to get involved in the Black Lives Matter movement without putting themselves at risk.” More than 30 Logan students, faculty and staff attended the photo opportunity at the …

Student Ambassadors Help New Students Transition to Virtual Life at Logan

Logan Student Ambassadors, Casey Mullen and Kevin Meyer

For any student starting school this summer, the transition post-pandemic means beginning the school year online rather than on campus. This can be a challenge for many students as they adjust to a new class rigor. Logan University’s student ambassadors are available to help students begin their new chapter in chiropractic and health sciences in a virtual way. “As an ambassador for Logan, I’m trying to make new students feel like they’re involved even though it’s virtual, so when they come back to campus they don’t feel left out of anything,” trimester 6 DC student Casey Mullen said. Both Casey …

We Miss You

To our entire Logan community: campus isn’t the same without you here. It’s a little too quiet, and the vibrancy you bring to campus is surely missed. As Logan President Clay McDonald shares in the below video, we’re eager for the day we’re all back together as a community for on-campus learning. Until then, stay well.  

Logan is Proud Partner of DASA, USA Hockey & St. Louis Blues

Logan University is proud to be participating in the 10th Annual USA Hockey Sled Classic hosted by the Disabled Athlete Sports Association (DASA) and the St. Louis Blues and presented by the National Hockey League and USA Hockey. The event will be held Nov. 21-24 at the Centene Community Ice Center in St. Louis – the practice facility and community rink of the St. Louis Blues – and will feature a round-robin format tournament between 35 NHL-affiliated sled hockey teams. Logan will be providing pre-and post-game care for athletes. “While we’ve had an affiliation with DASA for a while, this …