From the news wires:

Calling concerns about building George W. Bush's presidential library there unfounded, Southern Methodist University's president told faculty Wednesday the project would increase the school's visibility nationwide...."Over time, the political components of the library complex will fade and the historical aspects will ascend," Turner told 175 of the 600-member faculty at their spring meeting....Wednesday's meeting came about a week after a Faculty Senate meeting in which some professors raised concerns about the library -- everything from whether it would be a terrorist target to whether fundraising would hurt SMU's centennial campaign.

Last week when I first spotlighted this simmering showdown in Texas, some readers playfully questioned in posted comments which books might be banned, or which books might carry disclaimers. Clearly evolution, would be out, predicted one post, while another wondered if Harry Potter would be allowed.