PHC's Poetry Club

Posted by Rachel Cochrane on 7/1/20 9:30 AM

As a classical form of art, poetry's beauty has inspired generations of writers from Homer to the present day poets to write about the world around them. President and co-founder of PHC's Poetry...

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Teaching in Front of A Screen: Faculty Thoughts on Remote Instruction

Posted by Rachel Cochrane on 4/28/20 4:19 PM

 

Patrick Henry College is serious about maintaining a high academic rigor. Part of the benefit of being a small, Christian, liberal arts school is having accessible faculty who are able to both...

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How to Stay Professional on Zoom

Posted by Rachel Cochrane on 4/22/20 8:44 AM

Since PHC’s switch to remote instruction on March 17, students and faculty have had to get used to working from home and attending classes on Zoom. “Staying professional creates a culture of...

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PHC Student's Favorite Springtime Traditions

Posted by Rachel Cochrane on 4/20/20 9:45 AM

It's April: the trees are blooming, the grass is green, and the flowers are budding at PHC. Every student has their own way of celebrating spring, whether it be by hanging out with friends or...

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Distance Learning Students' Advice for Excelling in Online Classes

Posted by Rachel Cochrane on 4/1/20 10:00 AM

We asked Distance Learning Students what advice they had for taking online classes, here’s what they said:

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Keep Calm, and Trust

Posted by Elizabeth Russell on 3/25/20 9:30 AM

Things fall apart / the center cannot hold...- William Butler Yeats, "The Second Coming"

Dramatic, yes. But Yeats' poem describes how I think many of us are feeling right now.

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Student Body Presidential Elections: Ready, Set, Go!

Posted by Rachel Cochrane on 3/23/20 9:25 AM

The filing period for Student Body Presidential elections closed on Friday with three tickets in the race. Samuel Bock is running with Susanna Hoffman, Purnell is running with Kayla Schleining,...

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Dear Freshmen, From Seniors

Posted by Carrie Durning on 3/18/20 3:16 PM

Tackling academics, thriving in friendships and relationships, keeping up with family and friends at home, working a job, planning your career, ALL while seeking a relationship with God is not...

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5 Students Discuss Interning In Washington, D.C.

Posted by Carrie Durning on 2/21/20 10:00 AM

Internships and apprenticeships are essential for college students, for both experience in their specific field of study, and for opportunities in their career. Patrick Henry College students...

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Dear High School Students

Posted by Susanna Hoffman on 1/29/20 10:15 AM

"The college years are heralded as a time to pursue academic excellence. 'This is what will determine your future!' your parents or relatives might say. And they’re right, but not in the way you’d...

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