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KNOXVILLE— On Tuesday, students cast their vote for the nominees of the class officer elections. Below are the results for the 2017-2018 officers. For the upcoming sophomores, their officers are: Samantha Duncan as class president and Mallory Galloway as secretary. The upcoming junior officers are: Clay Merriman as president, Yeni Martinez as vice president, Jeannie Hood … Read moreClass election results are in!
KNOXVILLE — Beginning in the fall, Thomas Davis Jr., a senior at Johnson University, majoring in Journalism and Digital Mass Media, will begin working with the Knoxville Fellows. “We are very excited for Thomas to be coming into our program,” Rick Khulman, Director of Knoxville Fellows, said. Davis will remain with Knoxville Fellows for one year. Knoxville Fellows … Read moreFrom inner city life to inner city work
KNOXVILLE— LoriAnne Collins, a sophomore at JUTN, strives to stay academically focused on her studies while being a children’s ministry major. However, an incident in the fall of 2016 made it more of a challenge to do so. Collins was diagnosed with a concussion in September. She was hit on the back of the head … Read moreRealities of concussions among student-athletes real; JUTN soccer player shares story
It’s warm out, the sun is shining and there is a nice breeze. The sidewalks and roads are busy and people are happily going about their days. Everything is full of life and color. But as you look around you realize that you don’t understand what anyone is saying. You can’t read the street signs … Read moreInternationals find community in Knoxville
KNOXVILLE — For graduating seniors and their families, commencement is a time of celebration, remembrance and recognition of accomplishments. For university faculty and staff, it is a time to say goodbye to another class. “It [graduation] is one of the biggest events for Johnson University each year,” Andrew Frazier, JU associate registrar said. “And, it is the culminating moment for each … Read moreGraduation approaches for Johnson community; JUTN student prepares for transition
The sun beating down at a perfect temperature, people all around playing fútbol and a country with indescribable beauty, seems like the perfect place to just visit and relax. But for Abigail Barron, freshman at Johnson University Tennessee, going to Guatemala for a week was not a typical spring break trip. While many of her fellow classmates … Read moreJUTN student travels to Guatemala
KNOXVILLE — JUTN’s Music Department will host the 12th annual Spring Mini Concert this Tuesday at 7 p.m. in the Marble Hall of the Phillips-Welshimer Building. The purpose of the concert is to showcase what the music department ensembles have been working toward all year. It also provides deserving students the opportunity to perform solo … Read moreTour Choir presents their Spring ensemble