Here Is David Letterman’s Fraternity Composite Photo

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We love breaking celebrity fraternity composite photos. The last one we broke? None of other than the mayor of Flavortown, Guy Fieri. This time? The former mayor of late-night television: David Letterman.

Letterman is a Sigma Chi alumnus from the Epsilon Omega chapter at Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana, which he attended from 1965-1969. Here’s his composite photo.

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Davey L, absolutely killing the neckbeard game.

As you can see from the composite, he served as the fraternity’s Magister. The more recognizable name for that position? Pledge Master. I can see it now, David standing in the basement absolutely berating pledges, sounding off on each and every one of them with a personalized “Top Ten Reasons You’re a Worthless Pile of Human Garbage,” each list more brutal than the last.

After graduating, Letterman gave back to his home chapter, according to Grandex’s very own Senior Product Designer John Naffziger, a Ball State Sigma Chi alum himself. Apparently, Letterman donated money to build an entire new wing of the house, and there is a plaque in his honor in the chapter’s formal area. Naffziger also says it’s a running joke in the chapter to claim that your room is Letterman’s old room, because nobody has any idea which room was actually his. Classic fraternity humor.

To see some more celebrity composite photos, click here.

Do you have any celebrity composite photos from your chapter or another chapter on campus? How about just plain ol’ hilarious composite photos from normal brothers? Email both to

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Jared Borislow

Jared Borislow (né The DeVry Guy) is a Senior Writer for Grandex Inc and a 2015 graduate of the University of Wisconsin.

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