Senior Resident Assistants Share Their Advice

Posted by Kate Stimson on 5/4/22 2:01 PM

Snow swirled around the pillars of the Barbara Hodel Center, piling as high as four inches all across campus in the fall of 2021. Noticing the winter wonderland that appeared overnight, senior...

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All About Liberty Ball, PHC's Spring Formal Dance

Posted by Sarah Schmidtler on 5/2/22 5:36 PM

As the DJ's final song came to a close, lead singers sophomore Giancarlo Mandato and freshman Emma Fenton jumped on stage. The 2022 Liberty Ball at Patrick Henry College had a special twist for the...

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A Look Inside the PHC Swim Club

Posted by Patrick Henry College on 3/31/22 5:34 PM

It’s 6:30 in the morning. Junior Kennedy Kruse and her fellow PHC swimmers walk into the Round Hill Aquatic Center ten minutes from Patrick Henry College. Outside, the sun sends rays of sunlight...

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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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Worth It? Pursuing a Passion for Ice Skating at PHC

Posted by Kennedy Kruse on 3/7/22 2:32 PM

Sophomore Aileen Haggerty stood in anticipation, surrounded by her 14 teammates, at the 2019 U.S. Nationals Ice Skating Competition. Each skater had their hair smoothed into a tight bun and wore...

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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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An Old Tradition, the McDitarod, Returns to PHC

Posted by Gracen Fulmer on 2/16/22 11:45 AM

The McDonald’s employees were confused. A group of Patrick Henry College students had just pulled up to their front door with a sled made from a pallet of wood. It was raining and freezing, but the...

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Leadership, Humility, and Soccer: Becoming PHC Soccer Captain

Posted by Kathryn Eiler on 2/11/22 11:40 AM

From an early age, Kirsten Strait remembers cheering for her favorite sports teams. Whether it was a professional Ohio team or one of her siblings’ teams, Strait has always loved the thrill of the...

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PHC's Theatre Group, Eden Troupe, is Alive and Thriving

Posted by Kennedy Kruse on 2/8/22 3:35 PM

Junior Spencer Dalke, one of this year’s Eden Troupe directors, walked onto the chapel stage. Behind him stood the chapel guild team ready to lead worship. Before him sat the student body and...

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Overcoming Inactivity: Managing ADD in College

Posted by Alessandra Gugliotti on 1/18/22 5:24 PM

Ever since she was a little girl, freshman Rebecca Waterman couldn’t stand the sound of the zipper clicking against her boots. She would always try to find ways to attach the zippers to her boots so...

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