KNOXVILLE – Johnson University students participate in Friendsgiving, a tradition that allows Thanksgiving celebrations with friends before heading home for the holidays. This year, Friendsgiving had a new aspect to it. For the first time, it incorporated the Catena Joy, which included the “sponsors” of each hall. Sophomore Hannah Bloyd participated in Friendsgiving for the first time … Read moreJohnson students participate in Friendsgiving traditions leading up to Thanksgiving
KNOXVILLE – Student Government Association held it’s first CoffeeHouse event of the year on Nov. 11, in the newest addition to campus, the Athletic and Recreation Complex. Staff, students, and performer’s friends and family overfilled the ARC’s reserved room for the event. The event showcased a variety of talents and art, including a performance by … Read moreCoffeeHouse brought large crowd, Mon. night
The event will be a real life version of the popular board game.
What are your plans for Thanksgiving? “My plans for Thanksgiving are to go home and see family and friends,” Joe Hilty, a freshman from Portland, Ind., said. “I’m going to go home and spend time with my family and I’m really excited,” Alex Gillespie, a freshman, said. “I might go to Illinois and spend time … Read moreStudent Spotlight: JUTN students share plans for Thanksgiving
KNOXVILLE – The NCCAA DII Mideast Regional Soccer Tournament was held at Johnson University Tennessee, Nov. 8-9. Johnson’s Royals and Lady Royals soccer teams competed in the regional tournament on Friday and Saturday. In both the Royals’ and Lady Royals’ games, Boyce College gave Royals a fight but ultimately Johnson University won. They moved on … Read moreRoyals Soccer teams lost Mideast Regional Tournament on home turf
The Royals basketball team had their first game of the season Friday night. The team’s defensive plays led to a victory over Toccoa Falls.