Browse Exhibits (5 total)

Logan Memories


Students and alumni have joined together over the years at Logan for fun and games.  This exhibit remembers some of those good times with pictures from both the Normandy and Chesterfield campuses. Field Days, Homecomings, studying, and picnics.  What do you remember from your years as a student?  Have those memories grown over the years as you've returned to campus for continuing education opportunities or visits?  Do you know anyone in these pictures?  Take a little trip down memory lane with Logan Memories.

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Logan Basic Technique


After graduating from Universal Chiropractic College in 1915 and practicing for several years, Hugh B. Logan saw a need for a new adjusting technique.  He temporarily left his practice in 1923 to devote his time to the study of sacral subluxation, ultimately developing the Logan Basic Technique.  He began travelling the country teaching Logan Basic to over 2000 practitioners by 1935.


Posture Queen Contest


Beginning in the 1920's and lasting until the 1970's, posture pageants were held as a way to promote the chiropractic profession.  These pageants were similar to other beauty pagents of the time but with an emphasis on proper spinal alignment.  

Dr. George A. Goodman

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George A. Goodman became the sixth president of Logan on January 1, 1993 and served until 2013.  Dr. Goodman graduated from Logan University with Doctor of Chiropractic and Bachelor of Science degrees in 1968 and was a faculty member at Logan for 24 years prior to being named president.  

Under Dr. Goodman's leadership, Logan achieved many milestones, including:

  • enrolled 1,000 students for the first time in the College's history (1996)
  • constructed a sports/wellness center on campus (2000)
  • renovated the Learning Resources Center (2002)
  • partnered with the Department of Veterans Affairs to provide chirorpactic services at the VA's Jefferson Barracks facility (2005)
  • Constructed the William D. Purser, DC Center, a 47,000 square foot, $22.7 million conference center on Logan's campus (2007)

Carver Chiropractic College

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Carver Chiropractic College was founded in in Oklahoma City in 1906 by Willard Carver, a graduate of Parker College of Chiropractic.  Dr. Carver remained with the school until his death in 1947.  Carver College merged with Logan Basic College of Chiropractic in 1958 due to dwindling enrollment and financial problems.