JUTN hosting Creative Writing Symposium

KNOXVILLE – Saturday, September 17th from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Johnson University is hosting a Creative Writing Symposium featuring award winning author and songwriter Andrew Peterson. The symposium will address a wide range of topics including creative writing, imagination, poetry, story-telling, art, and more. Peterson, founder of The Rabbit Room, a Christian creative community encouraging … Read moreJUTN hosting Creative Writing Symposium

JUTN Templar School of Education awaits approval for new degree programs

KNOXVILLE – This semester the Johnson University Templar School of Education prepares to announce new degree programs and other advancements in the department. Roy Miller, Dean of Johnson University’s Templar School of Education, commented on the changes that are soon to be in effect in the School. “We are currently awaiting approval for a Special Education K-8 Interventionist … Read moreJUTN Templar School of Education awaits approval for new degree programs

President Kaleb Mullins’ anticipation for Fall semester

KNOXVILLE – Johnson University Junior, Kaleb Mullins, is heading into his first semester leading the Tennessee campus as Student Body President. Earlier this week, Mullins spoke on what the student body should be expecting from the SGA this year. His answers came with a few surprises. Mullins mentioned that SGA will be making a push for … Read morePresident Kaleb Mullins’ anticipation for Fall semester

Royal Scribe staff looking for new reporters

The Johnson University Royal Scribe staff is kicking off their third year of covering news and information of interest to the JU community. Reporting for the Royal Scribe is open to any student on any Johnson campus. The Scribe staff meets at 7 p.m. Thursdays in the RPC conference room, room 68. New and returning … Read moreRoyal Scribe staff looking for new reporters