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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Adding a Little Peace to the Family

Posted by Stephen Allen on 12/31/21 10:59 AM

Through adoption, the Lakey family added a new member, a new blessing, and little "peace" into the family. This is a story about Christmas. This is a story about love. This is a ten-year story (and...

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Understanding the Past to Inform the Future: History at PHC

Posted by Emma Perley on 12/1/21 3:24 PM

What does it mean to study history from a Christian perspective?

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Apprenticeship as a Means of Enhancing a College Education

Posted by Patrick Henry College on 8/14/21 2:00 PM

When most people hear the word “apprenticeship,” there’s a tendency to immediately associate the term with alternatives to a college education. Apprenticeship, after all, denotes a hands-on approach...

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The Harm of Therapeutic History & Why the True Story of History Matters, Part 2

Posted by Emma Perley on 7/21/21 1:30 PM

What is actually being taught in history classes? And more importantly, whose history is being taught? 

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The Harm of Therapeutic History & Why the True Story of History Matters, Part 1

Posted by Emma Perley on 7/16/21 12:43 PM

How does false history harm America as a nation? Dr. Robert Spinney, Professor of History, explains how, and offers the solutions.

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QUIZ: Which American Founding Father Are You Like?

Posted by Patrick Henry College on 4/7/21 1:56 PM

 

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Three Things That Haven't Changed After 20 Years

Posted by Rachel Cochrane on 9/14/20 10:24 AM

PHC looks forward to celebrating its 20th Anniversary this year as the school reflects on where it has been in the last two decades. Many things have changed since PHC opened its small one-building...

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2005: Freshman/Junior Team Wins PHC's First Moot Court Championship

Posted by Rachel Cochrane on 8/31/20 8:45 AM

In 2005, two PHC students, Peter Kamakawiwoole and Sarah Piotrowicz (née Wilson), brought home our first American Moot Court Association (AMCA) national championship. We talked to Peter to get an...

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Why We Teach - Dr. Steve Hake

Posted by Rachel Cochrane on 8/3/20 9:45 AM

PHC's professors are the backbone of the school. They spend long hours teaching classes and grading assignments. While not in the classroom, they often mentor students.

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