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I’m always trying to get students to see the humanity of people in countries we clash with politically.When I was in college, the pattern was to arrange a date, call up somebody, and say, ‘Hey, do you want to go to a movie or football game Friday night?’ But now it’s more like, ‘Hey, let’s hang out at a bar or place where we’re likely to run into each other and things will progress from there.’ There’s also a subtype on campus that’s more likely to hang out in the dorms playing ‘The Settlers of Catan.’ And that’s OK, because there’s something fundamentally healthy about that type of ‘nerdy’ environment that may be missing from the bar scene.“I understand a few things a little better,” he quips, “but it hasn’t changed my behavior much.I’m still ornery.” For Moore, who grew up in Lakeland and got married at Bok Tower Gardens, teaching so close to home just seemed natural. Along the way, Moore has launched Rollins’ Asian Studies Program with political science professor Tom Lairson, led students on several trips to the Far East, taught at China’s Qingdao University, served as director of international affairs at the Hamilton Holt School, and watched his daughter, Grace Moore ’10, earn a diploma in English.
“I’ve watched dating and courtship patterns change a lot at Rollins.