Serving in government can be very fluid. One day of work might include mundane tasks such as filing paperwork and answering phone calls, while another day might include participating in an important...Read More
Dr. Mark Mitchell, PHC’s Academic Dean and political theory professor, published his most recent book Plutocratic Socialism: The Future of Private Property and the Fate of the Middle Class on May 19.Read More
President Haye has often referred to the formative college years as being at the intersection of ideas, and being part of Patrick Henry College specifically as being at the forefront of the national...Read More
The American Politics & Policy Program at Patrick Henry College had the honor of hosting a 10th Congressional District Republican Primary Town Hall in the Barbara Hodel Center Gymnasium on April 21.
Rising seniors Silas Landsverk and Ellen Fischer won the runoff election for 2022-2023 PHC Student Body President and Vice President on April 21. The two were sworn in during corporate chapel on...Read More
Senior Cole Reynolds, who formerly worked as the editor-in-chief for the George Wythe Review, PHC’s award-winning undergraduate policy journal, has announced the launch of the Public Square, a...Read More
The reflection of the moon shimmered across Lake Bob. A gaggle of geese floated on top of the water. The late February breeze chilled the night air.
Most PHC students sat inside their dorm rooms,...Read More
On Friday, January 21, one-third of the Patrick Henry College student body climbed into busses and traveled to Washington, D.C. for the 49th annual March for Life. Braving the 19 °F wind and snow,...Read More
Elle Reynolds appears on FOX News for a second time in her early career, discussing the differing COVID-19 regulations across the country.Read More
"If citizenship, properly understood, begins with gratitude, gratitude begins when we recognize that we are the beneficiaries of a great and multifaceted inheritance, as Edmund Burke understood," Dr....Read More