One example of a prestigious Ivy League school is UPenn. The University of Pennsylvania is a private university that is often confused with the Pennsylvania State University, which is also known as Penn State. UPenn has a tiny acceptance rate and its school of business, Wharton, is known for being the best in the country. It’s one of dreams to get in/go there (along with UChicago and NYU). One of my friends has applied early decision for a dual medicine program, and he finds out in two days, so I’m nervous for him! UPenn’s motto is in Latin, like most prestigious schools. It reads “leges sine moribus vanae”, which means “laws without morals are useless”(UPenn Archives). UPenn’s motto has always been in Latin, but its exact words have changed over time. In 1956, a group of faculty members recognized that the authentic motto came from Horace’s Odes, and out of respect, it would not be changed anymore. The motto has not been changed since.