Sunday, July 30, 2017
30 July 2017
As is the case with many huge, institutional scandals that seem to appear abruptly, the USC med school dean scandal is turning out to have quite a bit of a back story, and the LA Times has been rolling out a little piece of it every day (much to the delight of USC's communications team, I'm sure). Today's nugget is the story of how there were many, many complaints about Dean Puliafito's behavior in the years leading up to the current crisis. They were, of course, all ignored. Because, you see, he was doing so much for the school! Until, of course, he wasn't.