The Patrick Henry Policy Institute (PHPI) is a new policy advocacy student organization that allows PHC students to research and promote policies across different levels of government. Students can...Read More
Sophomore Garrin Rose stood on the pitcher’s mound at the top of the first inning. He had two outs, but freshman David Stokarski was on second base.
Freshman Spencer Hamilton stepped up to bat....Read More
Three students sit at a table that’s almost too big for the room in the basement of the Barbara Hodel Center. Brushes, paints, and colored pencils are laid out across the table for them all to share....Read More
Sophomore Carissa Wenger and her Great Commission Association partner strolled through the Dulles Town Center mall. In the side shops, people perused the inventory seeking items to buy. Others sat on...Read More
Aletheia, the new Classical Liberal Arts (CLA) journal, launched its second issue this week. “The defining aspect from the start has been appreciating truth, goodness, and beauty in classical...Read More
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...Read More