For the first time, I saw the Class of 2013's crest. I didn't know they created the crest so soon. Emblazoned on their crest is the Latin (I assume) phrase: cedimus nihil. Not being fluent in Latin, I decided to look it up and find out what it meant. Nihil was easy. It means "nothing." I had a much more difficult time finding out what cedimus means. I finally gave up and assumed it had something to do with "lubrication" or "greasing" an object - perhaps a Herndon reference. Seriously though, I believe it means "Surrender nothing." Do we have any Latin scholars in the group? It seems cedimus is a conjugated verb form of cedo, "to surrender". Is that correct?