Since we profess needs blind admission and seek to admit the "very best class," how about telling us about their pre-college experiences and accomplishments rather than distinguishing them by their physical, racial and ethnic characteristics which are no longer deemed to matter. How many were valedictorians, had perfect scores on Admissions tests, were captains of sports teams, won medals or received other recognition of their individual accomplishments. What are Princeton's criteria for determining when it has the "very best class"?