It's a tale as old as time; young men leave the comfortable nest of their parents' houses and turn to the great unknown of a college campus. Whether or not they prefer to admit, every single one of these young, moldable minds wants one thing; to be a big shot, a big deal, a big man on campus.
Brother Grant Nuttall got the chance to do just that on Thursday, October 27 as part of Big Man On Campus, an annual male talent pageant put on by the sisters of Delta Phi Epsilon to benefit The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. While he didn't earn the official BMOC crown, Nuttall stole the show with a saxophone rendition of "Stacy's Mom", the Foundations of Wayne chart-topper that's become a staple of Northeastern hockey games.
"I had a great time!" Nuttall said.
"I love to make people laugh and cry and groove and swing, not to mention the fact that we raised over $8,000 for the cystic fibrosis foundation, which is unbelievably awesome."
Cystic fibrosis is a progressive, genetic disease that causes persistent lung infections and limits the ability to breathe over time. The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation is the official charity of Delta Phi Epsilon. To see how you can help, click here.