I am not sure going to a lecturer's home for a seminar discussion is what I would pay $70,000 for ;)
What if the college kids really like it? Will that be a trend now?
From Chicago Maroon today:
If a strike did occur, Faculty Forward says it would not involve stopping all classes. Instead, non-tenure track faculty would host classes off-campus, covering either their normal material or teaching about labor and strikes.
“I’d turn my dining and living room into two full-sized classrooms that we’d use to hold creative writing classes all day and night,” one of the letters requesting signatures said. “That way we get the publicity we need and our students get the same class, but in a more fun environment.”