You know what Riles me up: The FIRE ALARM GOING OFF AT 11 AT NIGHT. I’m talking to you Burnt Popcorn Guy. We all know that it’s your fault. Honestly, if you don’t stop burning the midnight popcorn, I’m going to find a way to ban popcorn at Johnson like Crown College bans bananas. Romans … Read moreWhat Riles me up with Riley: Fire alarms
The second session for the “Fit to be Tied” series for newlyweds, engaged, and nearly engaged couples will be held Nov. 13 from 7:30 to 8 p.m. Young couples can attend “Talk To Me!”, a study on communications, at David and Cathy Wheeler’s home at 2348 Gateway Court on JUTN’s campus.
KNOXVILLE – The Scruffy City Orchestra will hold a concert, Nov. 15 at 7:30 p.m., in the Philips-Welshimer Building on JUTN’s campus. Colors of the Orchestra, with Ace Edwards conducting, will feature the premiere of “Good Morning, Moon” by Vickie Leona. Admission to the event is free, however, donations are welcome.
Johnson University held its first Coffeehouse of the 2018-19 school year on Monday, Nov. 5. Coffee was sold by the Underground Coffeeshop for $1 per cup, and the Johnson community gathered together to watch their friends and classmates perform in the television room of the Underground. Many sang songs, some of which they wrote, while others … Read moreLarge turnout for Coffeehouse
The Lady Royals beat the Boyce Bulldogs in three sets in their first Regional match. As Regional play began, the ladies were excited to take to the court. After three matches that went 25-16, 25-14 and 25-15 respectively, the Johnson Royals came out victorious. As the ladies head into the rest of the pool … Read moreJUTN Volleyball team wins first Regional match