Well, there aren't many recent cases listed at this Trackitt.com site, but everyone there shows same day oath or oath within 2 weeks of interview in Portland.
Unlesss... you wouldn't happen to be user 'uzvisitor', would you?
See link below:
A visit to your DO before the holidays might be a...
You're entitled to sue USCIS with a "1447(b)" lawsuit if they fail to make a decision within 120 days after your interview. One year, even 6 months, of waiting is unacceptable without them giving you a straight answer. Just my opinion; others here are much more knowledgable about the 1447(b)...
No, you don't have to report it. Many college students use their parents address as their "permanent" address when they are at college. You should still use your parent's address to receive USCIS mail, it's probably more reliable that dorm mail anyway!
Why do you need a lawyer? If you're determined to answer YES on the N-400, then just answer YES and attach a sheet with a short explanation. I'm sure the IO will not give it a second thought during the interview since you were never arrested.
Yes, someone surely has, it's a Sticky at the top of this forum:
Use your best judgement to determine which of those 22 items is really needed for your situation.