Tech research push costs dozens of print shop jobs

With two teenage sons, a 12-year-old daughter and a mortgage, he will soon lose his job as a binder at Texas Tech's University Print and Design Solutions.

School officials announced Friday they will shut down the 76-year-old in-house printing department in July to make room for more research facilities.

The university's aggressive push to become a tier one, nationally recognized research school carries a heavy price.

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