Johnson’s History Center renovated for 125th anniversary

KNOXVILLE— Johnson University is celebrating its 125 year anniversary, and one part of commemorating this special occasion was the redesigning of the Phillips-Welshimer building’s History Center. Director of Human Resources at Johnson University, Leslie Bean became a part of the Quasquicentennial Celebratory Committee. With an education in history and museum studies, Bean lead in the creating … Read moreJohnson’s History Center renovated for 125th anniversary

Johnson hosts Allen Morris Moustache Memorial 5k run/walk

KNOXVILLE—On February 21, Johnson hosted for the first time, the Allen Morris Moustache Memorial 5k run/walk. This event was created to benefit the Allen Morris Memorial Scholarship Fund. In 2016, Morris unexpectedly died during a softball tournament for his church—First Christian Church in Cookeville, TN where he preached, according to the scholarship’s gofundme page. David … Read moreJohnson hosts Allen Morris Moustache Memorial 5k run/walk

JUTN Ultimate mixed team wins second tournament this season

KNOXVILLE—This year at JU there is not only a men’s Ultimate Frisbee team, but a mixed team as well. The new mixed team has won the past two tournaments they have competed in this season. Never in JU history has an ultimate team won first place in two consecutive tournaments before. Lexi Overcash and Colin … Read moreJUTN Ultimate mixed team wins second tournament this season

Stone-Campbell Movement panel discussion held on JUTN campus

KNOXVILLE— JU hosted a panel discussion over the history and evangelical effects of the Stone-Campbell Movement last Wednesday. This panel included Jamey Gorman, Matt Shears, Jon Weatherly, Mark Weedman and Bill Wolf. Dr. Gorman, a professor of Restoration Movement history at JU, discussed background information involving the relevance of the Stone-Campbell Movement. The main question discussed on the … Read moreStone-Campbell Movement panel discussion held on JUTN campus

Reminder: Johnson thank you letters deadline approaching 

KNOXVILLE—Johnson’s annual scholarship thank you letters are due Friday. This year the Financial Aid department has made it easier for students to turn letters in. Last year it was the students’ job to print off the certain amount of letters, buy envelopes and stamps and return the letters sealed and ready to mail to Financial … Read moreReminder: Johnson thank you letters deadline approaching 

JUTN Ultimate Frisbee club gear up for first tournament of the season

KNOXVILLE— Saturday, the Johnson University Tennessee Ultimate Frisbee club will compete in their first tournament of the season. The Johnson Royals will be playing at the University of Tennessee. Four games will be played Saturday which will determine how many games will be played Sunday. Come out to the UT Intramural Fields at 3620 Sutherland … Read moreJUTN Ultimate Frisbee club gear up for first tournament of the season

Director of Counseling Center, Emily Eisenhart shares advice of how to manage finals stress

KNOXVILLE—On Friday, Emily Eisenhart, director of the university’s counseling center,was interviewed over the topic of how stress can affect students and how students can cope and manage this stress. “It’s finding that balance…from finding positive ways of relieving stress such as reaching out to family or friends to have someone to debrief with or just … Read moreDirector of Counseling Center, Emily Eisenhart shares advice of how to manage finals stress