The Class of 1898 Prize Winner: Joshua Tso

Joshua Tso (A20) is a triple major in Music, Mathematics, and Computer Science. Even within this extraordinarily demanding set of disciplines, he has distinguished himself as one of the most academically and creatively accomplished undergraduate students to set foot in each of his respective departments. Illustrative of his many accomplishments is his winning the Howard Sample Prize in Physics his junior year (despite Physics not even being his major), and his continuing outpouring of sophisticated musical performances and compositions throughout his Tufts career. Josh is a preternatually quick and voracious learner; indeed, many professors speak of him in terms usually reserved for colleagues rather than students.

The Class of 1898 Prizes are given to students with high scholarly ability and a wide range of intellectual interests.