Emma Randall at the Acton Institute Essay Competition

Posted by Patrick Henry College on 4/15/21 4:35 PM

Taking abstract ideas and applying them to real-world problems requires critical thinking and excellent communication. At Patrick Henry College, we aim to provide students with the contextual...

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PHC Alumna Argues Before Supreme Court

Posted by Emma Perley on 4/14/21 4:45 PM

Patrick Henry College reached out to Reaves for comment on this story. Reaves declined, explaining that she cannot discuss an ongoing Supreme Court case. The following details have all been taken...

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Congressman Frank Wolf Announced As The 2021 Commencement Speaker

Posted by Emma Perley on 4/9/21 4:02 PM

Former Congressman Frank Wolf will deliver the charge to this year’s graduating class at Patrick Henry College, helping PHC to commission this class into the next chapter in their journeys.

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Idols, Identity Politics, and Lies of Our Age

Posted by Emma Perley on 4/3/21 9:24 AM

The following article was authored by a number of PHC students in our Journalism program including Caleb Symons & Emma Perley with reporting by Carissa Wenger

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Looking Back at Limbaugh's Legacy

Posted by Emma Perley on 3/3/21 3:26 PM

The following is an article written by the editor of PHC's student newspaper, Emma Perley.

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Pray, Vote, Stand: Watch Recording

Posted by Patrick Henry College on 2/23/21 10:51 AM

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...

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In Your Shoes: PHC and Georgetown Collaborate

Posted by Leo Briceno on 2/16/21 11:30 AM

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...

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Ruan Meintjes Runs for Office in Frisco, Texas

Posted by Leo Briceno on 10/20/20 10:14 AM

 

Not unlike many other students at Patrick Henry College, Ruan Meintjes came to PHC with aspirations to impact the political machine in Washington, D.C. He wanted to be an appellate litigator and...

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Caleb Knox Wins Speech Contest

Posted by Leo Briceno on 10/20/20 9:54 AM

 

When Caleb Knox, a freshman at Patrick Henry College, first heard about the “Under 30 Speech Competition” hosted by the Centennial Institute and Turning Point USA, he mostly expected...

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Dr. Mark Mitchell and Dr. Jesse Merriam Publish Thoughts on the Nation

Posted by Leo Briceno on 9/29/20 5:31 PM

Dr. Mark T. Mitchell, the Dean of Academic Affairs at PHC, and Dr. Jesse Merriam, PHC’s pre-law advisor, recently published articles in RealClearPolitics, National Review, and Law & Liberty.

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