The Church in Nigeria has come under fierce persecution, often threatening the life and wellbeing of many believers. But the Church isn't shrinking away from spreading the Gospel. PHC Professor of...Read More
From time to time, the Faculty at Patrick Henry College engage with topics of cultural or political interest in a wide range of publications. Recently, Dr. Cory Grewell, a professor of literature...Read More
Noelle Garnier had worked at the White House as a Digital Strategist during the Trump Administration. But as a new presidency assumed power earlier in the year, she moved on to other ventures. One...Read More
Like thousands of other Christian kids, Kati Marr, a rising junior in the Journalism major at PHC, has fond memories of listening to Adventures in Odyssey on tape during her childhood. This...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
This past year has been a highlight reel for a number of underclassmen at Patrick Henry College. Recently, a team made up entirely of sophomores and freshmen made it to Mock Trial Nationals and...Read More
The following is an article written by the editor of PHC's student newspaper, Emma Perley.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
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 one?
Alumna Abi Carter began working at the...