Student body officer elections

KNOXVILLE– The Student Government Association will be nominating its representatives for the next calendar year Wednesday, March 2. Student body President, Vice President, and Secretary are elected at a separate time than the class officers. Nominations for the student body positions will take place at the next SGA meeting on March 2. SGA members will … Read moreStudent body officer elections

Alumni, students fellowship yearly over competition

It’s a normal weekday evening at the Old Gym where a group of about 15 area high school kids have gathered for an impromptu basketball game. A handful of their peers lounge in the balcony, watching as their friends goof off in-between shots. Soon, though, the teenagers hit the sidelines and call it quits. The gym has been reserved … Read moreAlumni, students fellowship yearly over competition

Future of Johnson: Dr. Gary Weedman delivers President’s Annual Report

KNOXVILLE – Wednesday afternoon, Dr. Gary Weedman presented the President’s Annual Report, including lots of important information on Johnson University’s present and future. “I’m here mostly to ask questions about this year,” Weedman said, beginning the session. The 2015 Annual Report was handed out to attendees as Weedman revealed that the enrollment hit 1,376 – … Read moreFuture of Johnson: Dr. Gary Weedman delivers President’s Annual Report

1952 Johnson alumnus reminisces on campus life

KNOXVILLE– As many alumni of Johnson University have departed from campus, one particular alumnus named Donald Tharp has left current Johnson students with some advice as they go through college. Donald Tharp is a Johnson alumnus from the class of 1952. Tharp graduated from Johnson University and went into the ministry field. He recently retired a … Read more1952 Johnson alumnus reminisces on campus life

Future vice president of Homecoming looks back on life at Johnson

KNOXVILLE– Adam Bloch, current pastor of Ridgeview Christian Church in Rolla, Missouri and proud alumni of Johnson University, had a great time at this year’s Homecoming. Though he has enjoyed all his Homecomings since his graduation in 2009, he is especially enthusiastic this year’s Homecoming, for on Thursday he was officially elected Vice President of next … Read moreFuture vice president of Homecoming looks back on life at Johnson

Alumni defeat students in floor hockey battle

By Makayla Smith & Ariel Porter KNOXVILLE – The final event of Wednesday’s Homecoming activities featured a fierce battle of alumni versus students in a late night floor hockey face off. The white team featured former Johnson University Tennessee students, while current students donned blue and black. After quick team photos, all players joined the … Read moreAlumni defeat students in floor hockey battle

Breakfast seminar kicks off day two of Homecoming week

KNOXVILLE – Day two of Homecoming week began early with a breakfast seminar. Mark Nelson delivered the message with the subject of “How to Have Zero Impact.” This early morning seminar took place in Private Dinning Room 3 of the Gally Commons. To begin the message, Nelson provided the audience with two important theological foundations. The … Read moreBreakfast seminar kicks off day two of Homecoming week

CORRECTION: Due dates on scholarships approaching fast for JUTN students

On Feb. 19 the Royal Scribe reported that students receiving the Preaching/Youth Ministry Program Scholarship and Preaching and Church Leadership Program Scholarship needed to reapply for these scholarships. These scholarships are automatically renewed each semester for students who are in either of these programs, so students do not need to reapply. We apologize for any confusion caused by … Read moreCORRECTION: Due dates on scholarships approaching fast for JUTN students

Homecoming Main Session IV inspires audience

KNOXVILLE— On Wednesday night, the fourth main session for Homecoming week kicked off with a beat, a strum, and a chorus line to get the audience’s attention to the stage. The praise band for the evening featured Bill Wolf and Kristi Gilmore as they returned to the stage to sing such songs as “Good, Good … Read moreHomecoming Main Session IV inspires audience

Students, alumni take part in floor hockey tradition

KNOXVILLE — A team of Johnson graduates took on current students in a game of floor hockey in the Old Gym Wednesday evening as part of a seven-year annual Homecoming tradition. Dressed in white, the alumni team reeled in a 3-1 victory over the students, who wore blue, increasing their all-time record to 4-2-1. Play started … Read moreStudents, alumni take part in floor hockey tradition