This story was originally published in PHC's student-run publication The Herald.
I took a deep breath, settling into the wooden chair junior Valkyrie Armstrong had hauled down the stairs from her...Read More
In light of the recent disruption to the world, Patrick Henry College alumna and author Brooke Hamlin , spoke up about how COVID-19 will affect the future of the church.
We chatted with Hamlin and...Read More
Patrick Henry College sophomore Nathaniel Reiley flew from PHC to his home in Maui, HI to self quarantine with the rest of the world. He is now living with a 6-hour time difference from his classes...Read More
Moving from in-person to Zoom classrooms is a difficult transition for students who are used to interactive classes. But it’s a hard transition for professors who have to restructure all their...Read More
In one month, millions of college students found themselves transitioning from in-person classes, events, and social gatherings to experiencing college life completely online. Students at Patrick...Read More
Washington, D.C. is one of the greatest, most powerful cities in the world, and it’s a great place to visit. For students at Patrick Henry College, the Hill, as it’s commonly called, is just a...Read More