Month: March 2018

School safety, gun control debates continue across country

KNOXVILLE—School safety remains a topic of concern and debate across public and private institutions. Thousands of […]

Your Role in the Story of Johnson: Brandon Perry

KNOXVILLE — Johnson University’s campus has been shaped and molded by hundreds of individuals through the […]

JUFL mourns loss of graduate

KISSIMMEE— JUFL graduate Cassie Pack was killed in a car accident in Kissimmee, FL Sunday. […]

JUTN’s First Generation Students gathering scholarship fund donations

KNOXVILLE—First-Generation students is a group dedicated to providing assistance and resources to those who are […]

Your Role in the Story of Johnson: Carl Bridges

KNOXVILLE — Johnson University’s campus has been shaped and molded by hundreds of individuals through the […]

Johnson hosts Allen Morris Moustache Memorial 5k run/walk

KNOXVILLE—On February 21, Johnson hosted for the first time, the Allen Morris Moustache Memorial 5k […]

Lack of women in church leadership concerning to some

Many in Johnson University’s community believe that evangelicalism has stifled the voice of women and their participation in church leadership roles. Some students and faculty feel there is a lack of women in Johnson’s Preaching and Church Leadership major. Students suggest changes that they believe need to be made regarding women in church leadership.

Does Black History Month serve its original purpose? Reflections on last month’s celebration

KNOXVILLE — Black History Month, the annual observance marking the importance of African Americans to history, […]

Johnson students say SALT is ‘worth it’

Two Johnson students spoke out on the SALT requirements, saying it can be difficult to find the time to put in the hours, however, volunteering in the community and helping other people is rewarding.