Stephen Williams: Tender Transcendence in Gilead

Posted by Stephen Williams on 8/6/18 3:39 PM

The following is an essay submitted by former PHC RD, Stephen Williams.

I first encountered Marilynne Robinson’s Gilead when I was a senior at Patrick Henry College. And by encountered, I mean I...

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Student Summer Work: Inside the Mailroom

Posted by Kara Brown on 8/1/18 3:54 PM

The following is the first in a LearnPHC series on student summer jobs starting with Rachel Hankinson's job as a student mailroom worker at Patrick Henry College. 

In the Barbara Hodel basement, a...

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PHC Class of 2017: Where Are They Now?

Posted by Evie Fordham on 7/30/18 8:15 AM

Take a look at what the class of 2017 has been up to since graduating!

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Live Music at PHC: The Coffee Shop Edition

Posted by Annabelle Mitchell on 7/27/18 9:07 AM

 

This is the first post in a short series on live music at PHC. Stay tuned for more stories on harmonicomedies, lobby concerts, acapella groups, the music department, and more.

Circa 2008,...

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Life in the Kart: A Junior's Racing Career

Posted by Carrie Durning on 7/25/18 9:46 AM

This story is courtesy of PHC's The Herald.

Lining up in the starting box, the sound of thousands of horsepower pounding into the track as 350 engines start up is nearly drowned out by the anxious...

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Alumna Olivia Enos Explains the Case for D.C.

Posted by Olivia Enos on 7/20/18 10:31 AM

 Olivia Enos is a 2012 Patrick Henry College grad who works for the Heritage Foundation. In her spare time, she writes the fashion and lifestyle blog Liv in the District.

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Should You Go to College Far From Home?

Posted by Savannah Petree on 7/16/18 8:57 AM

When you think about going to college in a state different from your own you probably feel one of two ways. A) You definitely want to go to a college far away from home or B) you never want to go...

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Screwtape Letter for the High School Senior

Posted by Grace Richardson on 7/12/18 9:41 AM

 

I happened upon this letter, and realized it was the transcription of a missile Lewis must have intercepted. I read it, and found it charming, if a bit morose, and I hope the reader shall find...

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What’s the Greatest Thing You can Imagine?

Posted by Aimee Stauf on 7/10/18 11:38 AM

What’s the greatest thing you can imagine? Being a millionaire? Having a large, loving family? Being a lawyer, teacher, politician, writer, spy, or pastor? Traveling the world and seeing the Seven...

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World's "Listening In" Interview with Dr. Sillars

Posted by Annabelle Mitchell on 7/6/18 9:05 AM

“Listening In” interviewed PHC journalism professor Dr. Les Sillars about objectivity, the mainstream media’s crisis of credibility, and the role of stories in news.

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