Aimee Stauf to Release Her First Book on Iceland and the Gospel

Posted by Rachel Cochrane on 4/3/20 7:30 AM

Alumna Aimee Stauf's new book Northern Lights: Illuminating Iceland with the Light of the Gospel  is set to be published this summer. She was commissioned by The Iceland Project, a group of...

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Distance Learning Students' Advice for Excelling in Online Classes

Posted by Rachel Cochrane on 4/1/20 10:00 AM

We asked Distance Learning Students what advice they had for taking online classes, here’s what they said:

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Community in a Time of Uncertainty

Posted by Patrick Henry College on 3/27/20 5:55 PM

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A Change of Plans

Posted by Patrick Henry College on 3/27/20 5:53 PM

On March 1, a group of 38 students left the U.S. to participate in a Spring Break program hosted in Israel by Passages, which offers college students the opportunity to connect with the roots of...

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For Such a Time as This…

Posted by Jack Haye on 3/27/20 5:53 PM

Looking back just a couple years ago the threats to our freedoms looked different in many ways than they do today. In light of the world-wide pandemic, we are now in an emergency response mode...

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Keep Calm, and Trust

Posted by Elizabeth Russell on 3/25/20 9:30 AM

Things fall apart / the center cannot hold...- William Butler Yeats, "The Second Coming"

Dramatic, yes. But Yeats' poem describes how I think many of us are feeling right now.

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Student Body Presidential Elections: Ready, Set, Go!

Posted by Rachel Cochrane on 3/23/20 9:25 AM

The filing period for Student Body Presidential elections closed on Friday with three tickets in the race. Samuel Bock is running with Susanna Hoffman, Purnell is running with Kayla Schleining,...

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Dear Freshmen, From Seniors

Posted by Carrie Durning on 3/18/20 3:16 PM

Tackling academics, thriving in friendships and relationships, keeping up with family and friends at home, working a job, planning your career, ALL while seeking a relationship with God is not...

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A Liberal Arts Education That Pays Off

Posted by Rachel Cochrane on 3/11/20 9:00 AM

Our society has widely stopped valuing liberal arts degrees, believing them to not be practical, useful, or financially beneficial. An article from the Washington Post states, “There has been a...

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An Alumna’s Journey Toward Tenure

Posted by Rachel Cochrane on 3/10/20 8:49 AM

PHC alumna and current Visiting Professor of Classical Liberal Arts Dr. Alicia McCartney (Journalism '14)  will begin a full-time, tenure-track job as Assistant Professor of English at Cedarville...

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