Student Spotlight: Alex Petrin, Author

Posted by Victoria Cook on 3/28/17 11:29 AM

“‘Our situation may be more desperate than you know.’ The captain’s words cut through the night air with a discouraged, almost disparaging tone,” opens Through Peril and Sword, the first novelette...

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An Average Day in the Life of a PHC Freshman

Posted by Brenna Bakke on 3/24/17 9:30 AM

At Patrick Henry College, freshmen have the unique experience of sharing most of their classes and adventures together as the freshman course load is standardized. Unless you have transferred in...

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PHC Students Spread the Gospel on Spring Break

Posted by Meg McEwen on 3/21/17 9:30 AM

 

The Greece team plays with refugee children (Courtesy of Julianne Owens)

When sophomore Kara Brown spotted the tiny Afghani girl distancing herself from the other children outside the refugee...

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What It Means to Be an RA at PHC

Posted by Meg McEwen on 3/17/17 3:57 PM

 

Sometimes the role of resident assistant means being the hero for spicing up wing chapel with snacks or for having a dependable shoulder to cry on. Other times, being a resident assistant means...

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Junior Claire Atwood: Learning, Law School, and London

Posted by Evie Fordham on 3/10/17 9:30 AM

 

Claire shook hands with the U.K. official and settled herself into a plush armchair. A portrait of Margaret Thatcher gazed down at her from above the ornately carved mantle. For a moment, the...

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What is It Like to Attend a Small College?

Posted by Brenna Bakke on 3/7/17 9:00 AM

You have to weigh many factors when you decide on your college. Your major, location, extra-curriculars, and community are just a few of the considerations. Overwhelmed with options, students...

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Alumni Spotlight - Andrew and Kayla Ferguson: Loving God Through Law

Posted by Evie Fordham on 3/4/17 9:30 AM

 PHC grads Kayla and Andrew Ferguson

Andrew and Kayla Ferguson walked into their kitchen, sat down on opposite sides of the table, and began to write. Husband and wife sat typing furiously, barely...

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Three Washington D.C. Spots That PHC Students Love

Posted by Hailey Kilgo on 3/1/17 10:08 AM

 Jefferson Memorial (photo courtesy of Wikimedia Commons user Patrick Fitzgerald)

PHC students are studying, going to classes, rehearsing for plays, and working their various jobs from sun up to...

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How to Win at LSAT Prep

Posted by Meg McEwen on 2/24/17 2:17 PM

 

As a young debater, Thomas Siu faced a resolution dealing with due process versus discovery of fact and which one should be upheld when the two come into conflict. The resolution marked the...

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Student Spotlight Shiyi Zhang: Loving God Through Language

Posted by Hailey Kilgo and Evie Fordham on 2/22/17 4:30 AM

The two visiting professors, a Riverside Community College member, and Zhang

 

When her mother remarried an American man in 2013, Sophomore Shiyi Zhang moved from China to Minnesota.

“I learned...

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