Discover PHC's Budding Pre-Med Program

Posted by Kennedy Kruse on 2/23/22 3:35 PM

Patrick Henry College's Pre-Med Advising program continues to expand and attract more students following the program's first graduate in Spring 2021. The program integrates academic rigor in science...

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PHC's Theatre Group, Eden Troupe, is Alive and Thriving

Posted by Kennedy Kruse on 2/8/22 3:35 PM

Junior Spencer Dalke, one of this year’s Eden Troupe directors, walked onto the chapel stage. Behind him stood the chapel guild team ready to lead worship. Before him sat the student body and...

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Binding Up Broken Hearts with the Ministering Love of Christ

Posted by Allyn Sims on 2/4/22 5:03 PM

Now before the Feast of the Passover, Jesus, knowing that His hour had come that He would depart from this world to the Father, having loved His own who were in the world, He loved them to the end…...

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The Dangers of Light Pollution, Spiritual and Otherwise

Posted by Nathan Hillanbrand on 2/4/22 1:17 PM

As billions of birds make their annual migration south this fall, thousands ormore will be killed by disorienting "light pollution," reported the Audubon Society,an environmental group focused on...

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Why PHC Will Always Teach U.S. History

Posted by Kennedy Kruse on 1/31/22 4:08 PM

The classroom is quiet except for the scratch of pens as students thoughtfully fill out their U.S. History quiz. This is no normal quiz, however. No grade is attached. Its contents won’t be analyzed...

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Speaking Through Music at PHC

Posted by Eden Mackie on 1/20/22 3:00 PM

The Patrick Henry College Music Department’s first concert of the semester, Libertango, featured a variety of Latin American orchestral pieces: tangos, a choro, an aria, and a jazz-tango fusion...

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Nurturing Light & Truth

Posted by Emma Perley on 9/21/21 7:56 PM

Imparting Christian virtue in a secular society through education.

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Which Villain in Classic Literature Are You?

Posted by Patrick Henry College on 9/10/21 8:58 AM

Literature is uniquely powerful. With the ability to showcase the conflicts (internal and external) and complexities of characters, classic literature can often provide clarity for our current...

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Civic Virtue: Fulfilling Our Duty as Citizens and Christians

Posted by Emma Perley on 8/25/21 4:51 PM

What is civic virtue? And what does it mean to be a Christian leader as well as a dutiful citizen?

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Teaching Virtue as a Purposeful Component of a College Education

Posted by Emma Perley on 8/24/21 9:28 AM

Consider the importance of preparation, respect, and humility in training up the next generation of leaders. When challenges come, leaders will either react out of fear or respond with great humility...

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