Ut prosim (That I may serve)

Ut prosim (That I may serve) is Plymouth State University’s motto and is often used in PSU publications. Following Chicago Manual of Style’s recommendation, Latin words are italicized; the English translation is set in Roman and placed in parentheses. In running text, the “p” is lowercased, as is the “m” and the “s” in the English translation.

 

 

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