Q. How do I search for newspaper articles?
There are several ways to search for newspaper articles in the library.
- If you want to search a specific newspaper for articles, use the library's Journals search to see if the library has access to that newspaper, for what years, and in what database(s) or in print. Click on a specific database to begin searching the newspaper.
- There are several newspaper databases that search for articles from many newspapers at one time. One of the largest is NexisUni, which provides access to local, national, and international news publications.
- There are several newspaper databases that search for historical articles from the earliest issues of newspapers. One of the largest is ProQuest Historical Newspapers, which include the New York Times, Boston Globe, and Chicago Tribune.
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