The following is an article written by the editor of PHC's student newspaper, Emma Perley.Read More
Like almost every other college and university, Patrick Henry College has a student senate to support and represent the student body. The job of these elected student senators has been to act as...Read More
PHC’s forensics program is the best in the nation, recruiting talent from high school students in the National Christian Forensics and Communications Association (NCFCA) through forensics...Read More
Dr. Michael Farris joined with Pastor Gary Hamrick, the Family Research Council, and Cornerstone Chapel to host a “Pray, Vote, Stand” Town Hall earlier this month. Led by FRC's President, Tony...Read More
Two years ago, Faculty from both Patrick Henry College and Georgetown University began the "In Your Shoes" program, bringing together two ideologically opposite campuses. The idea was to try to...Read More
Patrick Henry College has proven itself a forensics powerhouse with an unmatched record in collegiate forensics competition, winning 12 American Moot Court Association (AMCA) National Tournament...Read More
Grace Olmstead, a 2013 Patrick Henry College graduate with a degree in Journalism, recently published “Uprooted: Recovering the Legacy of the Places We’ve Left Behind.”Read More
Each January 22nd, a good portion of the student body would normally participate in the annual March for Life in Washington, D.C., but the unique circumstances of the pandemic prevented Patrick...Read More
Thinking about landing a job in marketing or communications? Did you know that you do not have to major in one of those fields to get a great job in the space?
Alumna Abi Carter began working at...