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

Now playing: The Hollow, preformed by Johnson’s drama students

KNOXVILLE — Johnson’s drama group will be performing The Hollow, by Agatha Christie at 7 p.m. Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. The performance will be held in the Old Main building. Tickets are being given away in the Gally Commons hallway during meal times. This will be a free performance, but tickets are required for entry. Thursday’s … Read moreNow playing: The Hollow, preformed by Johnson’s drama students

Information regarding 2018 Commencement

KNOXVILLE— The Johnson University 2018 Commencement is approaching. All JUTN graduates are advised to review the following information for Commencement on May 5. Regalia For those that have not yet picked up regalia,there will be a second Regalia pick up set from 12-5 p.m. April 16-20. Regalia can be picked up at the back door of … Read moreInformation regarding 2018 Commencement

School safety, gun control debates continue across country

KNOXVILLE—School safety remains a topic of concern and debate across public and private institutions. Thousands of people across the country have advocated for gun control and school safety, as part of a national campaign sparked by recent shootings like the one at Majory Stoneman Douglas High School. The reoccurence of school shootings across the country has … Read moreSchool safety, gun control debates continue across country