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Opinion: The balanced budget amendment is a bad idea

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 […]

A day in review: campus wide service day

Johnson University students had the day off from classes to serve in the local area.

Behind the Scenes: Cathy Taylor

 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 […]

L. Thomas Smith Jr. inaugurated as Johnson University’s seventh president

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. […]

Nike’s controversial advertisement sparks discussion at JU

The recent Nike campaign caused controversy when they chose Colin Kaepernick to represent the brand.

Preparing for a New President

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 […]

Fall semester brings all new changes in Royal Scribe staff

The new academic year has brought many changes to campus, including changes in the staff of the Royal Scribe.

Kimberlin Heights Trio performs

Students in solo class were treated to a performance by the Kimberlin Heights Trio Friday. The trio has performed together since the spring and is made up of JU Provost […]

SPSU to host night of worship,prayer

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 […]