Category: Tennessee

Stories originating from Johnson University Tennessee.

Johnson University students needed to serve musically in chapel

Johnson University chapel leaders are in search of students willing to serve with worship.

Marriage study for young couples to be held Oct. 16

Professor David Wheeler, along with his wife, Cathy, are hosting a study for serious, engaged, or newlywed couples, Oct. 16 at 7 p.m. at 2348 Gateway Court on JUTN’s campus.

MEDIC Fall blood drive turnout lower than previous years

MEDIC Regional Blood Center held a blood drive at Johnson University on Oct. 9.

JU’s first open dorms of semester sparks discussion

Johnson University held open dorms for the first time this semester in Brown Hall, Sept. […]

Lady Royals face off in weekend trimatch

This weekend the girl’s volleyball team faced off in a tri-match. The Lady Royals played […]

JU Ultimate Frisbee competes in first tournament of the season

JU’s ultimate team competed in four games on Saturday and one on Sunday.

A day in review: campus wide service day

Johnson University students had the day off from classes to serve in the local area.

JU School of Communications and Creative Arts offers minors, electives

KNOXVILLE — Johnson University’s School of Communications and Creative Arts offers many options for students […]

L. Thomas Smith Jr. inaugurated as Johnson University’s seventh president

Written by Drew Tapp and Jenna Stahlman KNOXVILLE   On Friday, Sept. 21, at 3 […]

Nike’s controversial advertisement sparks discussion at JU

The recent Nike campaign caused controversy when they chose Colin Kaepernick to represent the brand.