By James E. Moore II at Inside Higher Education.
I moved into an apartment in a University of Southern California undergraduate residence hall as an assistant professor in the summer of 1989. I anticipated serving as a resident faculty member for two to five years. When I exited the USC Honors House in May 2015, my service had spanned the Los Angeles riots, the Loma Prieta and Northridge earthquakes, Generation X, the rise of the internet, Sept. 11, two Gulf wars, helicopter parenting, the millennials, the Great Recession, and the U.S. Department of Education’s wild-eyed overreach with respect to Title IX. . . .
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