Curious George goes to school.In March the Southern Central Jurisdiction of the United Methodist Church United Methodist Church, in the United States, religious body formed by the union in 1968 of the Evangelical United Brethren Church and the Methodist Church (see Methodism). voted 10 to 4 to allow land at Southern Methodist University Southern Methodist University, at Dallas, Tex.; United Methodist; coeducational; chartered 1911. The school's facilities include laboratories for electron microscopy and stable isotopes, a museum of paleontology, and a graduate research center. in Dallas to be used for the George W. Bush Presidential Library The George W. Bush Presidential Library is the future presidential library of George W. Bush, the 43rd President of the United States. Early bidders
Before Bush was even elected President, officials at Baylor University in Waco, Texas started to work on a bid for the and an accompanying partisan institute. The decision was opposed by more than 10,500 Methodist bishops, clergy, and laity who signed an online petition at ProtectSMU.org.
Bush's library committee announced in December that it was in exclusive negotiations with SMU--Laura Bush's alma mater--to house the Bush archives and a conservative think tank. Fellows at this think tank could teach at the university but would be solely accountable to a Bush foundation. This concerns George W. Crawford
George Walker Crawford (December 22, 1798 – July 27, 1872) was a Georgia politician during the nineteenth century. , an SMU SMU Southern Methodist University
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SMU Saint Mary's University of Minnesota professor emeritus and Methodist lay leader who helped launch the petition in January. "It will change forever people's understanding of the Methodist church and what they stand for," Crawford told Sojourners, "if everything that comes out of the think tank is branded 'Methodist.'"