Annabelle Mitchell

Annabelle is a journalism major at Patrick Henry College, Class of 2018.

Recent Posts

National Bible Bee Summer Study: Register Now!

Posted by Annabelle Mitchell on 5/18/18 9:00 AM

The National Bible Bee is gearing up for its annual eight-week Summer Study program where students are equipped to explore God’s Word, unlock the Truth, and discover Eternal Treasure.

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Fresh Off The Press: Localism In The Mass Age

Posted by Annabelle Mitchell on 4/26/18 9:00 AM

Chairman of the Patrick Henry College Government Department Dr. Mark Mitchell released his latest book, Localism in the Mass Age, this month.

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What’s Your "Leadership Shape"? Chat With President Haye To Find Out

Posted by Annabelle Mitchell on 4/16/18 9:00 AM

Dear Student,

We at LearnPHC have a few questions for you...

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Calling All Liberal Arts Students: The Tech Industry Is Hiring

Posted by Annabelle Mitchell on 4/11/18 9:00 AM

A wave of fascinating graphics hit the internet last year as news organizations realized the liberal arts pair quite well with tech industry needs.

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Newsmakers 2018 In Review

Posted by Annabelle Mitchell on 4/4/18 9:00 AM

Dr. Marvin Olasky's Newsmakers Interview Series left Patrick Henry College with a good deal to ponder and discuss this spring.

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Limited-Time Offer: Save $75 On Teen Leadership Camps!

Posted by Annabelle Mitchell on 3/23/18 2:35 PM

 Calling all Early Birds! If you’d like to  save $75, now is the time to register for Patrick Henry College's Teen Leadership Camps! This exclusive offer expires Sunday, April 1, 2018, so hurry...

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Where Are They Now? 5 Stellar Journalists Who Graduated From PHC

Posted by Annabelle Mitchell on 3/8/18 9:25 AM

PHC does not simply produce good journalists, it produces good thinkers — people who aren’t afraid to probe at the deeper questions of truth and human nature. 

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6 People Who Changed Journalism Forever (Plus A Free Ebook!)

Posted by Annabelle Mitchell on 3/6/18 2:40 PM

Journalism has a long, proud, yet arduous history in America. While its core purpose — disseminating information to the people for the sake of democracy, etc. — has remained relatively constant,...

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Selling Eyeballs to Advertisers in the 21st Century

Posted by Annabelle Mitchell on 3/2/18 9:00 AM

What is the number one priority of a healthy, profitable news publication? It's a fairly straightforward question, and most would likely answer something along the lines of, “Reporting well on...

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Historical Figure of the Month: Phillis Wheatley

Posted by Annabelle Mitchell on 2/23/18 9:00 AM

One midsummer day in 1761, John Wheatley arrived at a Boston auction block in want of a slave girl. She would be a gift for his wife, Susanna, to help with domestic work. The girl he picked was...

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