IVY LEAGUE GOMORRAH?

FIVE STUDENTS SAY YALE'S DORMS ARE TOO RISQUE FOR THEM. DOES THAT TRAMPLE THEIR RELIGIOUS FREEDOM?

For most freshmen starting college this fall, dorm life brings the sweet, beer-tinged scent of freedom. No more curfews, no more chores and, best of all, no more tangled, furtive interludes in the backseat of the family minivan.

Not so for Yale freshman Elisha Hack. When the 20-year-old Orthodox Jew toured a dorm last month, he was aghast to see how closely men and women live together--on separate floors, to be sure, but just a tempting staircase away. The tour guide breezed by the condom stash, labeled "the goods." Finally, Hack ducked out of a required safe-sex seminar complete with demonstrations...

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