JU offers high school students chance to improve Chinese skills

KNOXVILLE—The annual Chinese Character Recognition Contest was held at Johnson University Nov. 11. High school students from all over East Tennessee came to compete for fun, and for cash prizes. JU awarded cash prizes for winning teams, and scholarships for the individuals on those teams. President Gary Weedman came to the ending ceremony, and said … Read moreJU offers high school students chance to improve Chinese skills

Miller-Scott Banquet will provide cheerful respite from last week of classes

KNOXVILLE —With finals on the horizon, students can easily feel overwhelmed. The annual Miller Scott Banquet gives Johnson University students a chance to unwind during a busy time. The banquet is slated for 6:15 p.m. Monday. JUTN students have the opportunity to take a break from the books and enjoy a night of merriment while … Read moreMiller-Scott Banquet will provide cheerful respite from last week of classes