IPP Majors Spearhead New International Affairs Project

Posted by Eden Mackie on 3/22/22 4:44 PM

Every student at Patrick Henry College has the opportunity to create change on campus and learn to lead. Many campus activities are student-run, from swim clubs to dance lessons to worship nights to...

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Why IPP Major Valkyrie Armstrong Went to Cosmetology School at 14

Posted by Eden Mackie on 3/2/22 3:08 PM

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...

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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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Cracks in the Blind: a Teenager Sees God's Light in Darkness

Posted by Patrick Henry College on 2/3/22 2:19 PM

This is the winning essay of the 2021 Patrick Henry College Talent-Finder Nonfiction Writing Contest, written by Anastasia Brown.

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What is Journalism Entrepreneurship?

Posted by Emma Perley on 6/11/21 9:24 AM

The following article was also authored by  Carrie Durning

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Defining Cultures Through Storytelling: Why Journalism Matters

Posted by Emma Perley on 6/9/21 9:09 AM

The following article was authored by  Carrie Durning and Emma Perley.

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Telling True Stories: An Introduction to Journalism at Patrick Henry College

Posted by Emma Perley on 6/7/21 10:30 AM

The following article was also authored by  Carrie Durning

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White House Spotlight: Alyssa Farah

Posted by Marjorie Pratt on 5/18/20 8:00 AM

In March President Trump appointed two Patrick Henry College alumni, Ben Williamson and Alyssa Farah, to the White House, adding to the growing number of PHC graduates to staff the presidential...

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Aimee Stauf to Release Her First Book on Iceland and the Gospel

Posted by Rachel Cochrane on 4/3/20 7:30 AM

Alumna Aimee Stauf's new book Northern Lights: Illuminating Iceland with the Light of the Gospel is set to be published this summer. She was commissioned by The Iceland Project, a group of Christians...

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An Alumna’s Journey Toward Tenure

Posted by Rachel Cochrane on 3/10/20 8:49 AM

PHC alumna and current Visiting Professor of Classical Liberal Arts Dr. Alicia McCartney (Journalism '14)  will begin a full-time, tenure-track job as Assistant Professor of English at Cedarville...

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