Princeton has named the first black Valedictorian in the school's 274 year history. His name is Nicholas Johnson and he's a Canadian student majoring in operations research and financial engineering. In the fall he will begin his PhD. studies in operations research at MIT. He said it's "disappointing" to not be able to celebrate with his fellow students in person but he is grateful they will be hosting an in-person celebration in the Spring of 2021. Congratulations on such a tremendous achievement and a beautiful moment in history.