The Students Who Stood Up To Hitler

Have you ever heard the story of the White Rose?

Seventy-six years ago, on this day, Sophie Scholl (21 years old) and her brother Hans Scholl (24 years old) were executed for standing up to the Nazi regime; yet their impact lived on. The two siblings were students who in the midst of World War II in 1943 Nazi Germany, founded a non-violent group of medical and college students to stand up to Hitler’s Regime, a group that would go down in history as The White Rose

6 Leadership Lessons Learned For College Students

A leader is someone who cares and is willing to go the extra mile. My time in the Eagle Scholars Program enabled me to put these and other principles into practice. There are many other practical lessons to be learned, but these are a good start and I'm thankful to Eagle Scholars for helping me get here.

From Lab to Senate, How a Young Scientist Came to Work on the Hill

How does a biomedical sciences student with interests in clinical research go on to intern in the United States Senate? Like many other students, my undergraduate career followed a traditional path toward higher education. I kept my grades up, participated in extracurriculars, and was involved in a few clubs on campus. However...