Does Sept. 17 mean anything to you? Maybe it’s your birthday or your anniversary, but it’s also the day in 1787 that the delegates to the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia got together for the last time and signed the new United States Constitution. I’m not gonna lie, I didn’t think about it being Constitution Day … Read moreOpinion: The balanced budget amendment is a bad idea
Cathy Taylor has been at Johnson University for 17 years. She has served as an Academic Advisor for many students and an Administrative Assistant for the late Dr. Vernon Eaton and Dr. Daniel Overdorf. “I have been blessed with absolutely the two best bosses on campus,” Cathy said. “So I’ve been very thankful for the … Read moreBehind the Scenes: Cathy Taylor
Written by Drew Tapp and Jenna Stahlman KNOXVILLE On Friday, Sept. 21, at 3 p.m., in the Phillips-Welshimer gym, Johnson University inaugurated its seventh president, L. Thomas Smith Jr. Various faculty, institutional leaders, community members, students, and others, welcomed those in attendance in person and online via livestream. “Your presence also represents your … Read moreL. Thomas Smith Jr. inaugurated as Johnson University’s seventh president
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When it came time to find the seventh President of Johnson University, the Board of Trustees knew they were looking for someone who was a Johnson University alumnus, knew how to raise funds, and whose character is above reproach. They found their prime candidate in Dr Thomas Smith. “We spent two to three hours in the … Read morePreparing for a New President
KNOXVILLE— Students Promoting Social Unity will host a night of worship from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., April 27 in the PW Gym. The theme of the worship night is “Rise out of the darkness.” This event will count as a chapel makeup opportunity. The night will consist of worship, a guest speaker, a testimony and … Read moreSPSU to host night of worship,prayer