Monday, April 24, 2017

Duquesne Closes Its University Press Due to Budget Cuts - Associated Press

The financially ailing Duquesne University Press is shutting down after 90 years. Press Director Susan Wadsworth-Booth tells the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette ( ) that operations will wind down over the coming months. The press has published scholarly books since 1927. Duquesne University officials say the publisher was operating at a deficit and could not be supported without taking resources from school programs. Officials say they explored ways to save the operation but were unsuccessful.

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