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David Letterman To Donate Late Show Memorabilia to Ball State University

1 DEC 2015
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Retired Late Show host, comedian, writer and Ball State University graduate David Letterman is planning to donate tons of memorabilia from the Late Show and his career to his former school. Some of this memorabilia will include Emmy Awards, a talk-show set, props and more.

President at Ball State University Paul Ferguson announced the news on Monday night, just before the comedian spoke at Emens Auditorium with filmmakers Spike Jones and Bennett Miller. Ferguson said that by donating Late Show memorabilia, Letterman will create “The David Letterman Experience” at the university.

David Letterman graduated from Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana in 1969. And, he has since returned to the school to give lectures at Emens Auditorium alongside other prominent celebrities. Some such celebs include the likes of Oprah Winfrey in 2012, Twitter co-founder Biz Stone in 2010 and Rachel Maddow in 2011.

 

Source: Fox News