Royals baseball team adds festive twist to pre-season game

KNOXVILLE – Today at 4 p.m. the JUTN Royals baseball team added a fun twist to the game of baseball. This particular game, held as a scrimmage, involved the team dressing up in various costumes while playing in character. This pre-season game was a fun sneak peak of the season to come. The game included characters such as … Read moreRoyals baseball team adds festive twist to pre-season game

McKenna Estes’ Equivalent of the Scarred success in New York City

KNOXVILLE — One Johnson University student recently traveled to New York and took center stage as many of her poems were featured in a visual arts exhibition. McKenna Estes, an English major at Johnson, was featured in an exhibition in downtown New York City that paired works of visual art with poetry from her original collection. … Read moreMcKenna Estes’ Equivalent of the Scarred success in New York City

JUTN Royals gain victory against JUFL Suns in volleyball match

KNOXVILLE – The JUTN Royals volleyball team won their match against the JUFL Suns yesterday at 7 p.m. in the Phillips-Welshimer Building Gym. Both teams fought hard but the Royals came away with the win leading in all three sets. Royals player 15,Taylor Bayham, and player 13, Alexandra Harrel were both recognized before the game for senior night. Both … Read moreJUTN Royals gain victory against JUFL Suns in volleyball match

SGA hosts annual Orange and Black Affair

KNOXVILLE – The annual Orange and Black Affair, hosted by SGA, was held at 7 p.m. yesterday in the Gally Commons. Students dressed in costumes, enjoyed Halloween-inspired snacks, and played many competitive games. Guests had the opportunity to take pictures with the orange and black frame, play a giant game of Jenga, play rounds of corn hole, … Read moreSGA hosts annual Orange and Black Affair

Creative Arts Council to present in Festival of Christmas Joy

KNOXVILLE- This year the Creative Arts Council is putting a new spin on the annual Festival of Christmas Joy on December 3rd. The council has partnered with the School of Communication and Creative Arts to perform theatrical scenes between the normal musical performances. Tammie Weatherly, sponsor to the Creative Arts Council, spoke about the production … Read moreCreative Arts Council to present in Festival of Christmas Joy

Mirembe Cottage of Street girls selected as offering recipient

Johnson University’s 2016/2017 offering recipient is the Mirembe Cottage of Street girls in Uganda. The funds raised will go towards meeting the financial need to provide for the construction of a new home and school for the girls. Every year, Harvesters connects Johnson with a missionary that is doing kingdom work throughout the world. This … Read moreMirembe Cottage of Street girls selected as offering recipient

Dr. Hugh Ross shares about Reasons to Believe and his new book

KNOXVILLE – Dr. Hugh Ross, President and founder of Reasons to Believe, spoke at Johnson University on Oct. 12 about science and faith. In the interview below, Dr. Ross shares about Reasons to Believe and his new book, Improbable Planet: How Earth Became Humanity’s Home. To learn more about Dr. Ross and Reasons to Believe visit … Read moreDr. Hugh Ross shares about Reasons to Believe and his new book

Student music, art, and poetry displayed at semester’s first Coffee House

KNOXVILLE – On Monday from 7-9:30 p.m. students performed for their peers during the semester’s first Coffee House. Coffee was offered to the first seventy-five students for $1 and free cookies were offered to all attendees. Student artwork, gathered and displayed by the Creative Arts Council was set up in the Underground. A voting booth … Read moreStudent music, art, and poetry displayed at semester’s first Coffee House

University releases annual security and fire safety report

KNOXVILLE – Each year by Sept. 30 Johnson is required by federal law to release an Annual Campus Security and Fire Safety Report. This report details all campus security policies and procedures as well as Clery disclosure information, including crime and fire statistics for the last three calendar years. Dean of Students, Dave Legg, spoke on … Read moreUniversity releases annual security and fire safety report