Comprehending Christianity: deep dive into PBR, a PHC core class

Posted by Trinity Klomparens on 4/5/24 8:41 AM

Among the biggest goals of Patrick Henry College is to develop and send out well-trained, classically-minded Christian thinkers to shape the world for Christ. One of PHC’s core classes, Principles...

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4 dedicated disciplers lead the charge for mentorship at PHC

Posted by Kaitlyn Kiepert on 3/28/24 8:50 AM

Dr. Steve Hake, Sara Pensgard, Chuck Hurst, and Leah Garber share two simple yet significant traits: their love for the Lord and their heart for PHC students. This group comprises the Disciple-Making...

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PHC sophomore Ezra Huckabee conducts chorale

Posted by Hannah Gaschler on 3/25/24 8:34 AM

Sophomore Ezra Huckabee conducted the PHC chorale through “Love Came Down at Christmas” for last semester’s Lessons and Carols service. “I was very excited about it. It was a good opportunity,” he...

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Save their lives: how PHC alumni are reaching potential mass shooters

Posted by Trinity Klomparens on 3/18/24 5:18 PM

It was June 2022. Two mass shootings took 31 lives in less than two weeks; one in Uvalde, Texas, and the other in Buffalo, New York. Terror gripped the nation—in schools and stores, theatres and...

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When God challenges our focus, faith, and fears

Posted by Trinity Klomparens on 3/18/24 10:07 AM

Lovie Aldana (Journalism, '20) never expected that she would find a home, a husband, and a whole new perspective on life when she first agreed to a mission trip in Central America. It was March...

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We train intelligence professionals

Posted by Trinity Klomparens on 3/11/24 8:36 AM

Professor John Bauer, who began teaching for PHC following his retirement from the Pentagon, currently teaches the bedrock intelligence course Intelligence Research & Analysis (IRA), a class that...

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Why alumna Grace Weitz founded Loudoun Classical School

Posted by Hannah Gaschler on 3/6/24 1:41 PM

Growing up, Grace Weitz (CLA, ’19) did not like school. “I was being homeschooled, and it was like fighting tooth and nail with my mom,” she said. She was NOT going to college. After high school, she...

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From research to advocacy: how PHC's newest student organization is creating real-world change

Posted by Hannah Gaschler on 3/4/24 9:37 AM

The Patrick Henry Policy Institute (PHPI) is a new policy advocacy student organization that allows PHC students to research and promote policies across different levels of government. Students can...

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What you think about morality informs what you think about a good state

Posted by Hannah Gaschler on 2/26/24 9:12 AM

Would you like to "pursue studies at the intersection of politics and philosophy"? Would you like to develop an in-depth understanding of the origin of political and philosophical ideas to better...

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How Dr. Ford decided to become a chemistry professor

Posted by Sarah Merly on 2/23/24 4:19 PM

Way down in the vial-filled basement of Red Hill, Dr. Rachel Ford begins her Tuesdays and Thursdays teaching General Chemistry II. “I have to get up at 4 a.m. in order to get out of the house at 6...

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