Becca Samelson

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PHC to Lead the 2018 March for Life

Posted by Becca Samelson on 12/21/17 9:28 AM

 Every January, thousands of pro-life Christians and Americans march the streets of D.C. in recognition of the sanctity of human life.

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A Winning Season for PHC Moot Court—And on to Nationals!

Posted by Becca Samelson on 12/6/17 9:34 AM

Patrick Henry College's moot court teams finished a phenomenal semester by winning four out of five tournaments attended, with five second-place finishes as well. 

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A Month-by-Month Guide for Senior High School Students

Posted by Becca Samelson on 9/9/16 2:51 PM

When you're down in the trenches of your high school senior year, you oftentimes loose sight of the big picture of college prep.  You can easily miss college application deadlines or not even...

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PHC Student Traditions

Posted by Becca Samelson on 3/30/16 1:55 PM

What do block parties, talent shows, and being tossed in a lake have in common? At Patrick Henry College, they are all cherished traditions. Even though PHC is a young school, 16 years is more...

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15 Reasons Why the Unlocking the Mysteries of Genesis Conference Was a Hit

Posted by Becca Samelson on 12/1/15 10:29 AM

The PHC students loved listening to the “Primary Dr. G” talk about his time spent overseas in the Air Force, how he met his wife, and growing up with PHC professor Frank Guliuzza.

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Mock Trial Team Kicks Off Season

Posted by Becca Samelson on 11/18/15 4:28 PM

Students are dusting off their suits, working on Jersey accents, analyzing characters, and studying legal documents as mock trial season launches into full season.

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10 Things We Learned Our Freshman Year

Posted by Becca Samelson on 9/24/15 3:09 PM

As I discussed the latest Favelo class and lamented the upcoming Spinney paper, I’m filled with memories of my own first year of school. There were things I wish I had known as a freshman, but...

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Student Journal Wins Award

Posted by Becca Samelson on 9/24/15 2:29 PM

 Seven years ago, a handful of American Politics and Policy students sat down at Dr. Michael Hayne’s house and decided to create a student-written undergraduate journal. That same journal just won...

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