JUFL alumna shares Paris attack perspective

CAEN, FRANCE – Karen Attar graduated from the Johnson University Florida campus in 2014 with a degree in Christian Ministry for the purpose of serving as a missionary in the Middle East. She is from France, and upon her graduation returned back to her home country while she prepared for her eventual move to the Middle East. Attar … Read moreJUFL alumna shares Paris attack perspective

Passionate group of JUTN students host Revive: A Night of Worship

On November 14th, 2015, a small group of students graced the JUTN campus with an event that was both spiritually uplifting and captivating to watch. Revive’s sole purpose was to reinvigorate the passion for God that the students, faculty, and staff have had the potential to bury over the course of this semester. Being as … Read morePassionate group of JUTN students host Revive: A Night of Worship

Intramural Floor Hockey battles for the Frances Cup

KNOXVILLE– On Tuesday night, Intramural Floor Hockey held their championship game, which ended in a battle for the 12th annual Frances Cup. The Intramural season started out with three teams: Red, Yellow, and Black. To determine the two teams that would play for the Frances Cup, the three teams played each other in a double-elimination tournament after … Read moreIntramural Floor Hockey battles for the Frances Cup

Human Trafficking on Rocky Top educates large crowd

KNOXVILLE– Students of various majors – and schools – gathered on Nov. 17 to attend Human Trafficking on Rocky Top. The event was located at the Baker Center Auditorium at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. The idea for the program originally began in Professor Misty Anderson’s 411 British Literature, 1660-1740. The class was reading “Oroonoko,” Aphra … Read moreHuman Trafficking on Rocky Top educates large crowd

Humanities majors sojourn St. Augustine

ST. AUGUSTINE – Saturday, Nov. 7, in an effort to learn more about the history of Florida, the Humanities III: Reformation to Romanticism class took a field trip to historic St. Augustine. Don Pedro Menendez of Spain landed on the coast of Florida in 1565, meeting the Timucuan natives and making what is now known as … Read moreHumanities majors sojourn St. Augustine

Week of Evangelism quickly approaching Johnson University

KNOXVILLE— One of the most commonly asked questions by first-hand Johnson students is how to implement their newly found spiritual practices into the real world. This can also be referred to as breaking the Johnson bubble of security one might feel they are in. Johnson University is a place of acceptance and love, but it … Read moreWeek of Evangelism quickly approaching Johnson University

Royals defeat Suns in Men’s Basketball

KISSIMMEE – After a game that stayed neck and neck, the Johnson University Royals beat the Johnson University Suns by seven points. On Thursday, students filled the gymnasium for the anticipated JUFL vs JUTN game. Although the two campuses are united by name, when it comes to athletics they are competitive by nature. Due to the excitement … Read moreRoyals defeat Suns in Men’s Basketball

Security supervisor eager to form paintball group out of JUTN students

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Tim Huggins competing in a paintball tournament.

KNOXVILLE– Tim Huggins is calling all students who are interested to be involved in the sport of paintball.

His goal on campus is to reveal an opportunity to those who have never had a chance to play and an outlet to those who have been involved in the sport in the past.

“I have a strong passion for the sport and want to do what I can to be an ambassador to promote paintball,” Huggins said. “I would like to be a connection for students who may be first-time players so that they can enjoy this great sport without having to handle all the logistics of putting together an outing.”

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JU takes over ICOM

By Christian Arnold, Elisabeth Clevenger, and Alex McCormick RICHMOND – Each year, thousands of individuals join together to explore what it means to preach the gospel throughout all of the world at the International Conference On Missions. Both Johnson University Tennessee and Florida met up in Richmond, VA where they were able to share living spaces … Read moreJU takes over ICOM