Nude posture study
My first weeks at Yale in were filled with all sorts of interviews and tests, written and physical. I got through the written ones with no problems. The physical ones were a different story. Our class had to report to the Payne Whitney Gym, that temple of male physicality, to be sure we were fit enough to be Yalies. We had to do sit ups, pull-ups, short runs. I got through those, barely.
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The pictures at first were taken to study posture. Later they were made by a researcher examining the relationship between body shape and intelligence. Among those who would have been subject to the ritual were former President Bush and Hillary Rodham Clinton, but it was not immediately known if their photos are at the Smithsonian, which has never displayed the pictures. DeAngelis, assistant general counsel at the Smithsonian, said Friday. Previously, the photos could be seen by students and researchers only, she said. The pictures will be off limits pending an internal investigation of how the Smithsonian acquired the photos and whether it has rights to them, she said. Later, the photographs were taken by W.
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The Smithsonian Institution has halted public access to a collection of nude photos taken of generations of college students, some of whom went on to become leaders in U. The pictures at first were taken to study posture. Later they were made by a researcher examining the relationship between body shape and intelligence.
The Ivy League nude posture photos were taken in the s through the s of all incoming freshmen at certain Ivy League and Seven Sisters colleges as well as Swarthmore , ostensibly to gauge the rate and severity of rickets , scoliosis , and lordosis in the population. The photos are simple black and white images of each individual standing upright from front, back and side perspectives. What remained of the images were transferred to the Smithsonian and most were destroyed between and Some photographers, such as Akira Gomi , have since used this style of nude photography as an art form. This photography-related article is a stub.