Maintaining Mental Health This Fall

Posted by Rachel Cochrane on 7/27/20 3:07 PM

PHC’s COVID-19 Risk Mitigation Plan is designed to keep campus and our community safe; however, it comes with some changes to the semester. The academic schedule has been modified to decrease the...

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What I Learned as a Teen Leadership Camps Coordinator

Posted by Rachel Cochrane on 7/21/20 12:02 PM

Teen Camps 2020 have come to a close, and we wanted to look back at the last four weeks to get a deeper look at what camps are like. We talked to coordinator Kali Jerrard to get a bird’s-eye-view of...

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Being Prepared to Make Your College Decision

Posted by Rachel Cochrane on 6/15/20 8:58 AM

You’ve submitted your college applications, visited campuses, talked to admissions staff… what next? There’s so much to keep track of when choosing the right college. Not to mention that you only...

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Picking the Right College

Posted by Rachel Cochrane on 6/1/20 9:06 AM

Knowing what college to pick is hard, especially when there are so many good options. Choosing the right school is not only choosing what type of education you'll have at the end of four years, but...

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Get Ahead on Your Summer Reading

Posted by Rachel Cochrane on 5/8/20 8:56 AM

Getting ahead on summer reading is a great way to get a strong start on the Fall Semester! C.S. Lewis once said, “But in reading literature I become a thousand men and yet remain myself.” Books give...

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Tips on Staying Positive During Social Distancing

Posted by Rachel Cochrane on 4/10/20 11:57 AM

With the nation implementing mandatory quarantines and normal work schedules being turned upside-down, it can be hard to find the bright side.

However, some students at PHC have found beneficial ways...

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Beyond Academic Excellence

Posted by Marjorie Pratt on 10/18/19 12:00 PM

President Jack Haye often opens the semester with a speech to remind students that academic excellence means nothing without spiritual growth. "If you graduate from PHC with a 4.0 GPA but without...

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Five Tips for Overcoming Anxiety About College

Posted by Leo Briceno on 7/15/19 11:07 AM

Senior year of high-school is supposed to be a time of coming-of-age and transition. It’s a period of endings and new beginnings, and it usually means college is on the horizon. For some people, it’s...

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What Does It Really Mean to Have Accountability in Friendship?

Posted by Patrick Henry College on 3/29/18 9:00 AM

 

I have given permission to a handful of friends in my life to say whatever they want about my behavior whenever they want.

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Historical Figure of the Month: Phillis Wheatley

Posted by Patrick Henry College on 2/23/18 9:00 AM

One midsummer day in 1761, John Wheatley arrived at a Boston auction block in want of a slave girl. She would be a gift for his wife, Susanna, to help with domestic work. The girl he picked was...

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