U. of Massachusetts Press Faces Loss of Its Entire Institutional Subsidy, 25% of Its Budget

THE LAST DAYS OF SUBSIDY: Most people at the University of Massachusetts would probably love to forget the last six months. William M. Bulger, the system's president, has been battling Gov. Mitt Romney's attempts to eliminate his position, and in his spare time he has testified before a Congressional committee about his fugitive brother's whereabouts. Meanwhile, the state's fiscal crisis has deepened, and the flagship Amherst campus alone faces a loss of at least $41-million in state support