The Harm of Therapeutic History, part 2

Posted by Emma Perley on 9/14/22 3:28 PM

What is actually being taught in history classes? And more importantly, whose history is being taught? [Did you miss part 1? Go here.]

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The dangers of therapeutic history: Dr. Spinney's explanations and solutions, part 1

Posted by Emma Perley on 9/6/22 5:30 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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Politics and the human soul: thoughts from seniors studying political philosophy at PHC

Posted by Kathryn Eiler on 8/3/22 1:56 PM

It was cramped and cold—the same position he’d been in for the last 22 hours. The blizzard in New York had made it very difficult for then-freshman David Modrovich and his mock trial team to get to...

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How A Crisis Can Be Valuable

Posted by Rachel Cochrane on 3/18/22 12:00 PM

Dean of Academic Affairs and Professor of Government Dr. Mark Mitchell discussed how we should go about living our lives amidst a national crisis in his lecture titled “Power, COVID-19, and Little...

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Training Servant Leaders For America

Posted by Emma Perley on 12/17/21 4:51 PM

Patrick Henry College aims to create a new generation of Christian leaders by equipping its students with high levels of academic rigor, fidelity to the spirit of the American founding, and an...

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Values in Practice at PHC: A Student's Experience

Posted by Emma Perley on 12/13/21 4:20 PM

Cole Reynolds describes how PHC's values have shaped his life, education, and career opportunities.

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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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Exploring American Domestic Policy Holistically

Posted by Emma Perley on 11/30/21 9:48 AM

At Patrick Henry College, student publications provide creative outlets for developing managerial responsibilities, meeting self-imposed deadlines, and honing strong written communication skill. For...

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The United States' International Role: Two Students Debate Foreign Policy

Posted by learnphc on 11/22/21 1:18 PM

“The will of the American people lives in every one of us. Mr. Symons raises a good point—do we have the will?

That’s not a question for us to answer today. That’s a question for you.”

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Today's Voices on Tomorrow's Leaders

Posted by Emma Perley on 9/7/21 5:11 PM

At Patrick Henry College, we train some of the brightest students in the nation. PHC graduates think clearly, communicate persuasively, and are best equipped to serve Christ faithfully. How do we...

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