Category: Culture

CoffeeHouse brought large crowd, Mon. night

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 […]

Holistic Wellness: Sprint by Faith, Not by Sight

KNOXVILLE – With the Athletic Recreation Complex officially open, the Royal Wellness programs at Johnson are now available to improve the physical and mental well-being of the community. According to […]

Johnson University offers variety of intramural sports

Johnson University offers opportunities for students to participate in campus community.

Johnson’s Literary Magazine to hold informational meeting

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 […]

JUTN students served community for the day

Classes were canceled on Wednesday in order to allow students to participate in a campus-wide service day.

Professional Bull Riders Velocity Tour returning to Knoxville

Bryan Titman, a PBR competitor, shares about bull riding, his career, and the Knoxville stop on tour.

Students encouraged to participate in upcoming faith, sexuality conversations

Knoxville — Johnson University’s Counseling Center is hosting round table discussions for students who are interested in diving deeper into the topic of faith and sexuality. These discussion groups are an […]

SPSU offers opportunity to march in Knoxville’s MLK Day parade

  KNOXVILLE    Johnson University’s Students Promoting Social Unity invites students to participate in the Martin Luther King Day parade in Knoxville. The parade will be held on Jan. 21 […]

JU to host Colors of the Orchestra

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, […]

Packed house for Scotty McCreery at Tennessee Valley Fair

People from surrounding counties and states came to Knoxville, Sept. 13, to enjoy songs from all eras, performed by the country music artist.