Senior Sermon Spotlight: Jacob Leimeister

KNOXVILLE     Senior sermons are held throughout each Fall and Spring semester for chapel services. This gives the seniors a chance to demonstrate their spiritual gifts and share a message from God’s word. The first senior sermon of the Spring semester will feature Jacob Leimeister,as he delivers his senior sermon before graduating this May. It … Read moreSenior Sermon Spotlight: Jacob Leimeister

Meal discounts offered for non-traditional, commuter students

Knoxville — In the busyness of the day, sometimes dinner preparations get put on the back burner. Pioneer Dining Services is introducing new specials and advertising old ones to make non-traditional and commuter students’ lives easier. Every Tuesdays in the River Grill, all meals are $4 for non-traditional and commuter students. Every Thursdays, dinner costs … Read moreMeal discounts offered for non-traditional, commuter students

JU Students and Professor Attend Leadership Conference

This past week, two JU students and a professor had the opportunity to attend the United States Naval Academy Leadership Conference in Annapolis, Md. The theme of this year’s conference, “Inside Out Leadership”, was primarily focused on helping leaders know themselves first so that they could better lead those they’re in  charge of. There were … Read moreJU Students and Professor Attend Leadership Conference

Students encouraged to participate in upcoming faith, sexuality conversations

Knoxville — Johnson University’s Counseling Center is hosting round table discussions for students who are interested in diving deeper into the topic of faith and sexuality. These discussion groups are an opportunity for students to debrief following the Faith and Sexuality lectures presented by Mark Yarhouse, here Thursday. These discussions will be held at 5:30 p.m., … Read moreStudents encouraged to participate in upcoming faith, sexuality conversations

JUTN’s internet to be down Jan. 25 for upgrades

KNOXVILLE     Johnson University’s Tennessee campus will be down Fri, Jan. 25 from approximately 6:30 a.m. to 8 a.m. for internet upgrades. During this upgrade time, there will be no access to the FL campus, internet, email, and most anything else internet related. However, there will still be access to on-campus servers such as Jenzabar … Read moreJUTN’s internet to be down Jan. 25 for upgrades

U.S. skies shadowed by super blood wolf moon eclipse, Sunday

  A super blood wolf moon eclipse was seen across the skies of the U.S. on Sunday evening into the early hours of Monday morning. This sight was a combination of a super moon, a wolf moon, and a total eclipse, or blood moon. Viewers were able to watch the eclipse begin around 9:36 p.m. … Read moreU.S. skies shadowed by super blood wolf moon eclipse, Sunday

SPSU offers opportunity to march in Knoxville’s MLK Day parade

  KNOXVILLE    Johnson University’s Students Promoting Social Unity invites students to participate in the Martin Luther King Day parade in Knoxville. The parade will be held on Jan. 21 from 8:30 to 10:00 a.m. at Midway Chilhowee Park on E Magnolia Ave. The parade’s purpose is to offer the community a display in tribute … Read moreSPSU offers opportunity to march in Knoxville’s MLK Day parade