Yale University Library has long been familiar with controversy, even several centuries before it decided to make thousands of VHS tapes with titles like Naughty Roommates, Sorority Babes in the Dance-a-Thon of Death, and What the Swedish Butler Saw part of its collection. The library's origins date back to 1718, when, after much cantankerous debate over the school's prospective location, New Haven beat out two rival towns in its bid to host the institution. During the transfer of the school's books to their new home by wagon train, the residents of Saybrook, Yale's former home, expressed their frustrations by attacking the train and stealing nearly 250 volumes. […]