Choosing a Major: Advice from PHC's Student Talent Acquisition Manager

Posted by Rachel Cochrane on 7/8/20 8:15 AM

Choosing a major can seem daunting. It’s hard to know what major will be the best fit for you, offer the most ideal job opportunities, and inspire you to learn. PHC alumna and Student Talent...

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How Gentry Shannon Came to Patrick Henry College

Posted by Rachel Cochrane on 6/9/20 2:51 PM

Choosing the right college is one of the hardest decisions you can make. It feels like an all-or-nothing situation where one false step could lead to ruining your future or forever altering your...

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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,...

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The Gospel Will Prevail

Posted by Carrie Durning on 4/28/20 3:45 AM

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...

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Self-Quarantined in Hawaii: A Student's Perspective

Posted by Carrie Durning on 4/27/20 8:45 AM

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...

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Dr. Marissa Estep's Journey from the Classroom to Zoom

Posted by Rachel Cochrane on 4/7/20 3:15 PM

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...

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From Campus Life to Virtual Life: A Student's Perspective

Posted by Carrie Durning on 4/7/20 11:21 AM

 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...

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A Liberal Arts Education That Pays Off

Posted by Rachel Cochrane on 3/11/20 9:00 AM

Our society has widely stopped valuing liberal arts degrees, believing them to not be practical, useful, or financially beneficial. An article from the Washington Post states, “There has been a...

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Seeking God on a College Campus

Posted by Carrie Durning on 3/3/20 2:57 PM

I was in college for two years before I grasped the importance of making my relationship with God my first priority. It took two years before I drank from the fountain of love, joy, and peace that...

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Confronting Dis-Education

Posted by Rachel Cochrane on 2/5/20 9:45 AM

Associate Professor at Jones School of Law Adam J. MacLeod, lamented his students' inability to think and process ideas outside their sphere of opinion, a phenomenon he referred to as “...

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