Another One Bites The Dust
Northeastern University is closing down its press.
Like many university presses, NU Press has always been subsidzed by the university. Over the past decade it has cost the school from $275,000 a year to a high of $450,000 this year — about 40 percent of the press’s budget, officials said. The subsidy grew this year because the press has been struggling with the economic downturn of the last couple years, said Jill Bahcall, associate director of NU Press.