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In the film, David Thorpe does voice exercises designed to make him sound "less gay."

Photograph courtesy of IFC Films

David Thorpe’s new film Do I Sound Gay? de-stigmatizes the “gay voice.”

7.29.15

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A pop-up version of Alice by artist Robert Sabuda that contains two complete, accurate decks of play cards

Photograph courtesy of the Houghton Library/Harvard College Library

New York, NY: Little Simon, c2003. Typ 2070.03.7636. Gift, William H. Bond, 2004.

Houghton Library exhibition chronicles 150 years of Alice in Wonderland.

7.29.15 | Museums and Collections

In the film, David Thorpe does voice exercises designed to make him sound "less gay."

Photograph courtesy of IFC Films

David Thorpe’s new film Do I Sound Gay? de-stigmatizes the “gay voice.”

7.29.15 | Film

Now retired, the world-class figure skater looks back.

7.27.15 | Sports
Jesse Aron Green, Still from "Ärztliche Zimmergymnastik," 2008. HD video, 80 minutes. Harvard Art Museums/Fogg Museum, Louise Haskell Daly Fund, 2014.123.

A still from the 80-minute video component of Green's exhibit, "Ärztliche Zimmergymnastik" (2008)
Image © Jesse Aron Green

Harvard Art Museums’ installation and film series by Jesse Aron Green ’02

7.27.15 | Museums and Collections
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The former Harvard treasurer was 69.

7.23.15 | News

New features and an updated design top the list of changes.

7.21.15 | News

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Photograph by Zara Zhang/Harvard Magazine

How Harvard is regarded in China, America’s largest source of international students

7.20.15 | Opinion

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