Answered By: Jennifer Harris Last Updated: Sep 19, 2018 Views: 199
The library subscribes to various print and electronic newspapers.
To find articles in a general search
- When you are on our A - Z Database List, look for databases with this icon next to their name: , which indicates that the database includes newspaper articles.
- Check out the video below for more information on finding databases.
- You can also limit search results from the Multi-Search (the large search box on the library's homepage) by limiting the content type:
To find a specific newspaper article or newspaper title
In most cases, you can enter the title in the multi-search box in quotation marks (for example: "Title of article"). You might also have to look it up by the newspaper title by following the steps below.
Look up a specific newspaper online via our Periodical Finder to see if/where we have it:
- Enter the newspaper title in the search box
- If the library has full-text access it will be listed under the title, along with date ranges.
- Make sure you select the correct database if there are multiple date ranges.
- Once you are in the database you can browse by year or search for the title.
Locating newspapers in the library
Recent print newspapers are located towards the back of the library near the periodicals and restrooms. Some newspapers are available on microfilm, also located near the back of the library by periodicals and the restrooms.
Additionally, we have several databases available online where users can search and view newspapers including:
- Newspaper Source - EBSCO
- New & Newspapers - ProQuest
- New York Times (Historical) - ProQuest
- NewsBank: Access World News.
Check out the Find News and Current Topics page for more newspaper sources.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) are a self-serve option for users to search and find answers to their questions.
Use the search box above to type your question to search for an answer or browse existing FAQs by group, topic, etc.