The Natural State has a modest population and rich history. As the birthplace of a fairly popular and respected U.S. President, Bill Clinton, Arkansans has become better understood and respected throughout the country. Mountains, rivers and lakes cover the state and give it plenty of beautiful places to relax, as well as a bustling city life. Education is also of importance in the state with plenty of large name schools and highly respected athletic departments. Talk to anyone, and they know of the Razorbacks, and the mascot can be seen on cars and trucks throughout the country. The state also ranks number 5 in education, making a solid argument that those coming from Arkansas are some of the most well rounded and educated individuals in the country. This comes as a surprise to outsides, but those living in the state understand that “Regnat populus” (the state motto for “The People Rule”) has led to a state that is focused on individuals and their power to change the world.