Royals top Suns, set sights on championship

KNOXVILLE— The Johnson University Royals Basketball Team increased their win streak to five games Thursday evening with a 109-96 victory over the Suns of Johnson University Florida. With his team ranked eighth in the nation for NCCAA Division 2, and sporting an undefeated region record, Head Coach Brandon Perry has his eye on a national title. … Read moreRoyals top Suns, set sights on championship

JUFL Campus Choir, Choral Society prepares Broadway compilation performance

KISSIMMEE – The JUFL Campus Choir and Choral Society has long had a tradition of performing. Some of their most notable performances include their annual appearances at Candlelight to sing at Disney. The choir has been performing in Candlelight since 2009 under the direction of Dirk Donahue. Last year, the choir was happy to be joined … Read moreJUFL Campus Choir, Choral Society prepares Broadway compilation performance

Royals gain victory against Suns

KNOXVILLE – After a tight basketball game that took place Thursday night, the Johnson University Royals had victory over the Johnson University Suns by thirteen points. Both teams are united by name but were very competitive on the court. The game began with a word of prayer from player 4, Trent Flemming, followed by the National Anthem. Head Suns Coach, … Read moreRoyals gain victory against Suns

Brandon Church is on a search for his brother

KNOXVILLE– This past Sunday, on Jan 24,  Brandon Church, a student here at Johnson University, made an intentional post on Facebook in an attempt to find his brother, Zachary Church. In reaction to Brandon’s post, Johnson students, friends, and family began to share the post in support of Brandon finding his brother. Brandon Church is a … Read moreBrandon Church is on a search for his brother

Royals baseball optimistic despite bad field conditions

KNOXVILLE — In spite of unusable conditions on Morgan Field due to recent rain, the Royals Baseball Team made the most of warm weather Wednesday afternoon, taking batting practice outdoors. As the season approaches, players show confidence in the quality of practice and have big expectations for this year’s team. “This is the most confident I’ve … Read moreRoyals baseball optimistic despite bad field conditions

JUTN brings back Men’s Worship Night with special guest: Father Aaron Wright

On Jan 26, 2016, SGA brought Men’s Worship Night back to Johnson, and it filled Old Main’s chapel with the beautiful sounds of both song and community. The event has been happening at JUTN roughly once a month for about five years now, but it took a break last semester, which is why some freshmen … Read moreJUTN brings back Men’s Worship Night with special guest: Father Aaron Wright

Burns Night dinner brings taste of Scotland to Tennessee

KNOXVILLE – On Monday night, fifty-four faculty and honors program students gathered in the Private Dining Room of the Gally Commons to honor the birthday of the famous Scottish poet, Robert Burns. Burns, born in Alloway, West Scotland in 1759, wrote over five hundred and fifty songs and poems, many in his native Scottish dialect, … Read moreBurns Night dinner brings taste of Scotland to Tennessee