JUTN student recalls surreal wildfire experience

KNOXVILLE β€”In recent news, wildfires swept through Gatlinburg , Pigeon Forge and the surrounding Sevier County area, resulting in blocked roads, downed power lines, fallen trees and destroyed homes and businesses. According to Knoxville News Sentinel, a total of 14 people are now confirmed dead. JUTN student Denzil Laughren volunteers for the Seymour Volunteer Fire Department,  and during the past … Read moreJUTN student recalls surreal wildfire experience

Faculty and staff serve at Miller-Scott Banquet

KNOXVILLE β€” Faculty and staff gathered on Monday evening to serve students as a part of the annual Miller-Scott Banquet. Associate Dean of Students, Dave Wheeler, opened the night in song by leading students in singing Christmas carols before praying for the meal provided by John Scott and Allen Miller. After dinner, faculty and staff … Read moreFaculty and staff serve at Miller-Scott Banquet

Eubanks speaks on history of Miller-Scott

KNOXVILLE β€” In the 1920s two Johnson University students, John Scott and Allen Miller, started an annual tradition that is now almost a century old. In preparation for this year’s event, Philip Eubanks shared the history of how the Miller-Scott Banquet came to be. “Miller and Scott were roommates when they were students and graduated … Read moreEubanks speaks on history of Miller-Scott