The COVID-19 messed up a lot of students' dreams of walking across their graduation stage. However, that doesn't have to stop their celebrations at all. There have been many families doing their own versions college graduations. But here is something that should make you smile. Nicholas Johnson has become Princeton University's first black valedictorian at the college in their 274-year history, according to Princeton's website. Yes, a brother has made history and it's too bad he can't celebrate that honor on the real stage. On top of that, he was surprised to find out the news. But there will be another first for Princeton because the school will do its first ever virtual graduation. It is definitely not the same to celebrate that achievement, but now that you know his name, that's something to celebrate. Even Princeton alum, Michelle Obama tweeted Nicholas to congratulate him. Congratulations to all the graduates everywhere!
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