Eden Troupe (Drama)

Eden Troupe, PHC’s drama club, seeks to glorify God through the production of plays that communicate truth and ... Read More

National Model United Nations

Each year, PHC students form a delegation to travel to New York City to represent their assigned countries (and PHC) in simulated United Nations committee ... Read More

George Wythe Review

Four years ago, the students of the Government: American Politics and Policy major began the George Wythe Review as a forum for students to present their research ... Read More

PHC College Republicans (Affiliated with CRNC)

The Patrick Henry College Republicans promote conservative principles of government in the United States through the Republican Party. The club provides hands-on ... Read More

The Herald (Student Newspaper)

The Herald is published each week and distributed around campus to the students, staff, and faculty at PHC. The publication is from 8-12 pages long, and ... Read More

The Alexis de Tocqueville Society (Political Theory)

The Alexis de Tocqueville Society is a student-led, voluntary association which seeks to facilitate discussion and further critical reflection among the student ... Read More

Fencing Club

One of the oldest and most well-established clubs on campus, the Fencing Club meets weekly to practice fencing, the ancient art of defense with a sword. Using a ... Read More

International Justice Mission Club

The International Justice Mission student chapter meets on a bi-weekly basis in order to update members as to IJM victories and prayer requests. Our chapter also ... Read More


Patrick Henry College's literary journal, Vessel (formerly calledCuttlefish), was instituted in the 08-09 school year by Brian Dutze (Literature, ... Read More

Shall We Dance Society

The Patrick Henry College Shall We Dance Society seeks to help students learn a tried-and-true past time for both recreation and enjoyment of the many ... Read More