A Book For Every Major

Posted by Marjorie Pratt on 2/18/22 5:00 PM

You know what music we listen to.  You know what movies we've watched. Have you ever wondered what books we read? Of course, Dr. Grewell and Dr. Hake share the classics with us in Western Literature,...

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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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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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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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Why We Teach - Dr. Rob Spinney

Posted by Rachel Cochrane on 7/29/20 10:45 AM

Professors at Patrick Henry College do more than teach classes. They spend hours preparing for lectures, late nights grading, and a lot of time with students during office hours. Most faculty members...

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Bridging the Gap: Where Business Degrees Meet The Liberal Arts

Posted by Patrick Henry College on 10/30/19 11:10 AM

Dean of Academic Affairs Dr. Mark Mitchell shared a Washington Post article titled "The world’s top economists just made the case for why we still need English majorswith students this week. Read...

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Pursuing "High Telos" History

Posted by Patrick Henry College on 9/25/19 12:06 PM

Professor of History Dr. Doug Favelo exhorted students of history to return to a "High Telos" understanding of the discipline, one in pursuit of the Good, True, and Beautiful. Click below to watch!

 

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A Movie For Every Major

Posted by Marjorie Pratt on 2/22/19 9:23 AM

You know what music we listen to. You know what books we've read. Have you ever wondered what movies we watch? Of course, Come What May is a PHC classic, but what DVD does the everyday undergrad pop...

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