Some SMU professors relieved Bush library won't be part of school but remain wary

Some Southern Methodist University professors say they are relieved a partisan policy institute won't be identified as part of the school but remain concerned the relationship with the institute will harm the campus.

Ever since SMU became the lone finalist for the library 14 months ago, debate among professors has focused not on the library or museum, but rather the related institute "inspired by the principles of George W. Bush's administration," as described by a library search committee.

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