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JCOM 1130 - News Writing: Newspapers & Library Sources

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Accessing The New York Times, Salt Lake Tribune, and Washington Post

For instructions on how to navigate to various digital newspapers, please see below using NYT as an example. 
1. Starting at the Library’s main page select the Journals, Magazines, and Newspapers link under the Find section.  

2. In the first search bar type “New York Times” and select search.  


 

3. You will then see a page that lists all the different databases where you can access “The New York Times.” Select the first result titled Gale Academic OneFile. 


4. On the next page, you can access any issue from 1985. Just click on a date on the left side of the screen. 


5. Once you have selected an issue, the next screen gives you full-text access to all of the articles in that issue. 

Find Articles

Tip:

Article Linker button

Need the PDF/full-text?

Use Article Linker to search for full-text across all databases. If the article isn't available, choose Request via ILLiad or use interlibrary loan to request a copy from another library.

Find Journals

Find Books & Background Info

Tip:

Need a book we don't own?

Use interlibrary loan to request books, articles, and more from other libraries.

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