Kaitlyn Tully, a Senior and Literature major, recently presented her paper, “Legitimacy and Restitution: The Trial in The Devil’s Law-Case” at the 36th Medieval-Renaissance Conference. “The...Read More
In a well-lit business conference room, daylight from floor-to-ceiling windows framed a gathering of 15 to 20 students. Seated around a large U-shaped table, their attention turned towards the front...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
Alumna Aimee Stauf's new book Northern Lights: Illuminating Iceland with the Light of the Gospel was published in November as a project commissioned by The Iceland Project, a group of Christians...
The Oswald Review is an annual undergraduate English journal—one of the few that publishes work originating outside of higher-ed institutions, operating as an extension of the University of South...Read More
Dean of Academic Affairs Dr. Mark Mitchell released his seventh book, Power and Purity: The Unholy Marriage That Spawned America's Social Justice Warriors, yesterday. "It’s a book that’s trying to...Read More
PHC students and faculty will come together on Friday, January 31 for the semesterly Faith and Reason lecture. They'll hear from Dr. Louis Markos a lecture titled "Why Christians Should Read the...Read More