Month: February 2019

Royals Recap: Royals win Mid-East Region title

The Johnson University Royals capped off the NCCAA DII Mid-East Regional Tournament at 3:30 on Saturday with a game against the Great Lakes Christian College Crusaders The two teams have […]

Homecoming 2019 to celebrate ‘time’

KNOXVILLE    Johnson University’s 2019 Homecoming begins today. JU alumni from all over will be retracing their steps on campus throughout the week, learning how to make the most of […]

Royals Recap: Royals advance to Mid-East Regional Final

In an exciting game Saturday night, the Royals beat Grace Christian University 91-82.

8 week beginner sign language classes to start in Knoxville

KNOXVILLE     The Tennessee School for the Deaf is offering beginner American Sign Language classes, which will be held on Mondays, beginning March 25 and ending May 13. There will […]

Staff Feature: Katherine Barnhart

KISSIMMEE — Katherine Barnhart works at Johnson University Florida as the Administrative Assistant of the School of Education and the Assistant Coach of the girl’s basketball team. Katherine’s husband, Jay […]

Royals Recap: Royals split snowy series at Asbury

“How can you not be romantic about baseball?” -Billy Beane (Moneyball, 2011) The Johnson University Royals Baseball team split a double header at Asbury University in Wilmore, KY on Friday. […]

SOTU: a welcome change, changes 2020 election set up (Opinion)

On Tuesday night, President Donald Trump delivered his second State of the Union address. As I read the transcript after the fact, I was shocked and surprised. I was shocked […]

Royals Recap: Royals conquer Suns in thriller

The Johnson Royals defeated the Johnson Suns in a thriller on Tuesday night. When Johnson’s sister school comes to town, excitement comes with them. This was evident yet again on […]

Opinion: It’s time to listen to one another

We are just coming out of the longest government shutdown in the history of our nation. We are already preparing for an election that is 21 months away. One need not look […]