We want to take a moment to make sure every member of this movement knows of the growth, changes, and widening of Save Hardin-Simmons (Formerly called Save Logsdon Seminary). When our movement started, we were focused primarily on Logsdon Seminary. Many of our members were Logsdon alumni and students. But, the more we learned, the more we realized the way Logsdon was treated and cut was just a symptom of a larger problem. To address this larger problem, we knew we needed to widen the group to not just Logsdon related individuals, but to anyone and everyone related to the Hardin-Simmons family. We are all in this together.
But, the more we learned, the more we realized the way Logsdon was treated and cut was just a symptom of a larger problem.Save Hardin-Simmons Leadership
Our group has expanded significantly to encompass all of Hardin-Simmons: students, alumni, current and former staff, current and former faculty, and donors from all parts of the university. We want to be clear that our goal is not just to save Logsdon alone; rather, Logsdon is just one slice of the pie. The entire university needs saving. There are 40+ professors from 20+ programs recently cut, dozens of staff, hundreds of students and alumni, who are not directly part of Logsdon, but are part of the larger HSU community, with whom our group is also working to save. Additionally, a group created a couple of years ago, Save HSU, is now also partnering with us. We are grateful for Jeff Sandefer and his support in this movement now and moving forward.
This group is united together. We are all in this to save the entire HSU family.