All posts by Karysa Parrott

Hello! I am a freshman at Johnson University where I am studying to be an elementary teacher. Cats, books, and guitar are great things that I love. I am all about telling stories and sharing captivating tales so I also might happen to like to write :)

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 […]

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, […]

Royal Wellness adds children’s classes to their program

KNOXVILLE — The Royal Wellness program is dedicated to providing tools for healthy living on Johnson University Tennessee campus, and now they are introducing a new class specifically aimed at the children of the community. 

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 […]

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. […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]