DSP Talent Show Supports CF Foundation

On the Fly saxophone quartet won for best independent act at Delta Sigma Pi’s “Truman’s Got Talent” fundraising event.

Delta Sigma Pi showcased the various talents of Truman students all in one show in order to raise money for charity.

“Truman’s Got Talent” took place Nov. 3 in Baldwin Auditorium and raised nearly $700 for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.

The show featured talents from organizations on campus as well as individual students. Performances ranged from acapella singing, to dance, to extreme cup stacking and more. The winners of the competition were On the Fly saxophone quartet for best independent act and Minor Detail acapella group for best organization act.

All profits from ticket sales were donated to the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, an organization that improves the daily lives of those who suffer from CF and seeks to find a cure.

Delta Sigma Pi is a professional business fraternity open to business, accounting and economics majors at Truman. It is focused on the professional development of its members, the fraternal bond of brotherhood and the betterment of the community through service.

Minor Detail received the best organization act award at Delta Sigma Pi’s “Truman’s Got Talent” fundraising event.