KNOXVILLE – Student Government Association held it’s first CoffeeHouse event of the year on Nov. 11, in the newest addition to campus, the Athletic and Recreation Complex. Staff, students, and performer’s friends and family overfilled the ARC’s reserved room for the event. The event showcased a variety of talents and art, including a performance by … Read moreCoffeeHouse brought large crowd, Mon. night
The event will feature many different types of activities and all are encouraged to attend.
The Johnson University Literary Magazine will hold an informational meeting for this year at 11 a.m. Sep. 21st and at 12 p.m. Sep. 23rd, both in the Underground. Both meetings are identical – but the Saturday meeting includes doughnuts. Meetings are not necessarily commitments, and will include details of writing and submitting stories for the … Read moreJohnson’s Literary Magazine to hold informational meeting
KNOXVILLE – The Scruffy City Orchestra will hold a concert, Nov. 15 at 7:30 p.m., in the Philips-Welshimer Building on JUTN’s campus. Colors of the Orchestra, with Ace Edwards conducting, will feature the premiere of “Good Morning, Moon” by Vickie Leona. Admission to the event is free, however, donations are welcome.
Coffeehouse will take place in the Underground Coffeeshop, located in the Eubanks Activity Center on campus, Monday, Nov. 5, at 7 p.m. Coffeehouse is a time for the campus community to come together and share their talents with one another. Some people sing, others read poetry they have written, and some choose to display artwork … Read moreCoffeehouse signups are here, auditions next week
Johnson University chapel leaders are in search of students willing to serve with worship.
KNOXVILLE — JUTN’s Music Department will host the 12th annual Spring Mini Concert this Tuesday at 7 p.m. in the Marble Hall of the Phillips-Welshimer Building. The purpose of the concert is to showcase what the music department ensembles have been working toward all year. It also provides deserving students the opportunity to perform solo … Read moreTour Choir presents their Spring ensemble
KNOXVILLE — Junior Lexi Overcash, the new student body president of JUTN, is hoping to begin her presidency as a part of the Student Government Association by finding new ways to create a better community on campus. Overcash said the past two student body presidents, Matt Shears and Kaleb Mullins provided a great mold for … Read moreNew JUTN student body president works for greater campus community
KNOXVILLE — The staff and cast of the JUTN spring play, Fools by Neil Simon discuss what audiences should expect from the comedy below. Tickets for April 6-9 performances of Fools are available in the Gally Commons lobby.