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Motto magazine's picks for best college mottos

The editors of Motto magazine, including a former editor and Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter for the Wall Street Journal, released their list of the 10 Best College Mottos this week.

1. Cornell University: "I would found an institution where any person can find instruction in study."

2. Brown University: "In God we hope."

3. Wellesley College: "Not to be ministered unto, but to minister."

4. Stanford University: "The wind of freedom blows."

5. University of Pennsylvania: "Laws without morals are useless."

6. Seton Hall University: "Whatever risk, yet go forward."

7. Dartmouth College: "A voice of one crying out in the wilderness."

8. Carnegie-Mellon University: "My heart is in the work."

9. Clark-Atlanta University: "I'll find a way or make one."

10. Brigham Young University: "Enter to learn; go forth to serve."

Honorable mention: Amherst College: "Let them give light to the world." Washington and Lee University: "Not unmindful of the future." Yale University: "Light and truth." Harvard University: "Truth," formerly "Truth for Christ and the Church."