KNOXVILLE – Johnson University students participate in Friendsgiving, a tradition that allows Thanksgiving celebrations with friends before heading home for the holidays. This year, Friendsgiving had a new aspect to it. For the first time, it incorporated the Catena Joy, which included the “sponsors” of each hall. Sophomore Hannah Bloyd participated in Friendsgiving for the first time … Read moreJohnson students participate in Friendsgiving traditions leading up to Thanksgiving
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
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 the Royal Wellness registration page, the fall semester offers eight fitness classes everyone can choose from. With the exception of the self-defense series, which occurs … Read moreHolistic Wellness: Sprint by Faith, Not by Sight
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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 — 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 opportunity for students to debrief following the Faith and Sexuality lectures presented by Mark Yarhouse, here Thursday. These discussions will be held at 5:30 p.m., … Read moreStudents encouraged to participate in upcoming faith, sexuality conversations
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 from 8:30 to 10:00 a.m. at Midway Chilhowee Park on E Magnolia Ave. The parade’s purpose is to offer the community a display in tribute … Read moreSPSU offers opportunity to march in Knoxville’s MLK Day parade
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.