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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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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PHC Traditions: What You Need To Know to Get to Know PHC

Posted by Rachel Cochrane on 2/28/20 10:31 AM

Every year, PHC students participate in traditions that are unique to the school. Whether it be crazy sports events or throwing people in Lake Bob, students like to have fun. Get a taste for what...

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5 Students Discuss Interning In Washington, D.C.

Posted by Carrie Durning on 2/21/20 10:00 AM

Internships and apprenticeships are essential for college students, for both experience in their specific field of study, and for opportunities in their career. Patrick Henry College students...

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A Year in Review: 2019 and PHC's Top Moments

Posted by Rachel Cochrane on 2/14/20 8:00 AM

PHC saw a lot of exciting changes and a few sad ones in 2019. We hosted a National Christian Forensics and Communications Association (NCFCA) tournament and Night To Shine, wished the best to the...

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Senior Spotlight: Kyle Ziemnick

Posted by Carrie Durning on 2/7/20 12:27 PM

Patrick Henry College senior Kyle Ziemnickhas interned at WORLD since the summer of 2018Ziemnick initially worked on their podcast, The World and Everything in It, and he began writing for their...

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PHC Class of 2019: Where Are They Now?

Posted by Rachel Cochrane on 2/6/20 10:30 AM

It's been almost a year since the Class of '19 left campus. We sat down to catch up with some of them. Read on to see what they're up to!

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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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Student Internship: Working on The Federalist

Posted by Rachel Cochrane on 1/31/20 10:00 AM

Patrick Henry College senior Leo Briceno has had the opportunity to intern with The Federalistsince the fall of 2019. During this time, he has published several articles covering a wide variety of...

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5 Tips for Succeeding in Student Elections

Posted by Evie Fordham on 10/2/17 9:32 AM

So you want to get involved with student council at your school, but you are not sure where to start?

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