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Stone-Campbell Journal Conference paper competition open for submission

The Stone-Campbell Journal Conference is accepting entries for their annual paper competition. All undergraduate juniors and seniors, as well as, graduate MA/MDiv students, may enter. The deadline for submission is Dec. 15, 2018.

Preparing for a New President

When it came time to find the seventh President of Johnson University, the Board of […]

Fall semester brings all new changes in Royal Scribe staff

The new academic year has brought many changes to campus, including changes in the staff of the Royal Scribe.

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.

JU to hold first Fall Commencement

The first ever Fall Commencement will be held this year, Dec. 15 at the Phillips-Welshimer gym on Johnson University’s campus.

Josh Teegarden 5K pre-registration deadline Sept. 15

The race will be held at Johnson University Sept. 22. Money raised will provide scholarship funds at Johnson, in Josh Teegarden’s memory.

Student Athlete Advisory Committee created to help further athletics, community

The SAAC has multiple purposes and will help the athletics department and community, both on and off campus.

JU athlete ‘excited’ for new year, season

KNOXVILLE     Soccer brought Abigail Barron to Johnson University where she has excelled, both on and […]

Your Role in the Story of Johnson: Brandon Perry

KNOXVILLE — Johnson University’s campus has been shaped and molded by hundreds of individuals through the […]

Lack of women in church leadership concerning to some

Many in Johnson University’s community believe that evangelicalism has stifled the voice of women and their participation in church leadership roles. Some students and faculty feel there is a lack of women in Johnson’s Preaching and Church Leadership major. Students suggest changes that they believe need to be made regarding women in church leadership.