Are Divisions Growing Within Conservatism?

Posted by Kathryn Eiler on 3/1/22 10:16 AM

In response to the 2021 Intercollegiate Studies Institute (ISI) National Conservatism conference, Ave Maria University professor James M. Patterson wrote an article in December highlighting the...

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An Old Tradition, the McDitarod, Returns to PHC

Posted by Gracen Fulmer on 2/16/22 11:45 AM

The McDonald’s employees were confused. A group of Patrick Henry College students had just pulled up to their front door with a sled made from a pallet of wood. It was raining and freezing, but the...

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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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How Should Christians Respond to the Digital Age?

Posted by Kennedy Kruse on 2/1/22 5:05 PM

Almost all aspects of modern life involve technology, especially the small, rectangular devices we carry with us wherever we go. Smart phones are vital for quick and immediate contact with bosses,...

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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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Student Voices: Why Conservatism Still Matters

Posted by Emma Perley on 10/22/21 9:00 AM

Does conservatism still matter today? If so, why? We recently asked three students at Patrick Henry College to answer these questions. They each had different insights and varying reasons, but they...

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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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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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