Table of Contents

Cover Stories

Poison Ivy?

by Roy Maynard

Cover Story | Remember when smokin' in the boys' room was scandalous? At Yale, it's not smoke but steam that is scandalizing a group of Orthodox Jews who are fighting the…

Cover Stories

Good night, kids

Cover Story Sidebar | Same-sex bathrooms and liberal "visitation" policies are no longer uncommon at major universities. The University of Massachusetts, for example, has only…

In this issue: "Walk the Talk," Nov. 15, 1997

Features

The right to just say no

By Roy Maynard

National | Parents' abstinence ads censored by public-school officials

UnVriendly precedent

International | High Court homosexuality case threatens religious freedom

Once a dissident, always a dissident

By David Aikman

International | Russia's Sharansky is fighting an old battle in a new land

The China syndrome

National | Two big reasons the American press loved the little dictator

No room in the womb?

By R. Albert Mohler Jr.

National | Septuplet parents take a pro-life stand despite elite opinion

A zero on national tests

By Bob Jones

National | Overly cautious GOP leaders seem to hand Clinton a win

Don't know, don't care

By Cal Thomas

National | Thompson hearings die the death of ignorance and apathy

Dispatches

This Week

"A green light" California's voter-passed ban on race- and sex-based preferences jumped over its last legal hurdle. Without comment, the U.S. Supreme Court…

Quotables

I used to think that Barney was a lovable character, but now I think he's just the biggest bully on the block. TED GIANNOULAS, a/k/a The Famous San Diego…

Reviews

Culture Notes

Culture | Blacklist Whitewash Hollywood is celebrating the 50th anniversary of its alleged persecution by the House Un-American Activities Committee. Beginning in…

Sharpness and abuse

By Arsenio Orteza

Culture | What does a shock jock have in common with C.S. Lewis?

Film: Who's the Designer?

By Chris Stamper

Movies | Gattaca's utopian world of designer genes is still fallen

Books: Chaucer's pilgrimage

By George Grant

Books | Canterbury shows the real world without defiling the mind

Notebook

Religion Notes

Religion | Mainliners sink to a new low Officials from the National Council of Churches and the Presbyterian Church (USA) joined business leaders and senators in…

Voices

Linked, but not limited

By Joel Belz

As long as there's room to speak out, there's room enough

Gotcha Day, at last

How God opened doors to bring Corrie Yang Bao home

Mailbag

Solid candidate Why should social conservatives be interested in Sen. Ashcroft ("Sackcloth & Ashcroft," Oct. 11), who by your own admission lacks passion…

"National greatness"

By Marvin Olasky

Looking for purpose in all the wrong places

Issue Cover