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 Patrick Henry College 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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5 Things You Didn't Know About Independence Day

Posted by Kara Brown on 7/4/18 9:02 AM

As we prepare to celebrate America's independence here are five things you may or may  not  know about the fourth of July!

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Ashes to Ashes: Chestertonian Patriotism in Contemporary America

Posted by John Southards on 7/3/18 9:00 AM

The following is an essay submitted by a current PHC student, John Southards.

Blink and you'll miss it. It is a day of flash. Fires flash as meat is tossed on the grill, explosives flash as they...

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Journalism: The Liberal Art That Wasn't

Posted by Les Sillars on 6/29/18 9:00 AM

Read Dr. Sillars' article for Touchstone Magazine here.

When I came to Patrick Henry College 16 years ago to teach journalism, I wasn’t quite sure where I fit at a liberal arts college. 

Most...

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Why Watership Down Should Be On Every Student's Reading List

Posted by John Ehrett on 6/27/18 9:00 AM

I'm sure plenty of people have declined to pick up Richard Adams' classic novel "Watership Down" for all the wrong reasons.

Yes, this is indeed a story about sentient rabbits. And you’d be...

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5 Amazing Sights from PHC's Summer Trip to Israel

Posted by Evie Fordham on 6/26/18 9:00 AM

 

A light rainstorm on the Sea of Galilee. An ornately decorated basilica built by Emperor Constantine. A sobering memorial to the victims of the Holocaust.

Forty Patrick Henry College students...
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WATCH: Activist and Sexual Abuse Survivor Shares Story With Students

Posted by Patrick Henry College on 6/19/18 10:56 AM

Nicole Braddock Bromley, an author and activist who promotes healing after sexual abuse, spoke to the Patrick Henry College student body in chapel on February 23.

 

Please note: The video...

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Essay: Fathers as Vision Casters by Dr. Doug Favelo

Posted by Dr. Doug Favelo on 6/17/18 6:46 AM

It is not hyperbolic to say that a great deal of society's spiritual and moral erosion is due to the death of fatherhood. Perhaps we can't nicely specify exactly how much, as with a pie chart, but...

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