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Q: Do students have access to the New York Times?

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Yes! Current students, faculty and staff have access to the New York Times from 1857 to the current (today's) issue.

To access current edition of the New York Times:

  1. Go to the library homepage.
  2. Click "Find a Database" to go to the A-Z list of databases.
  3. Click "N" in the alphabetical menu at the top of the list.
  4. Find "New York Times" in the list of databases.

To access issues of the New York Times from before 1980 or supplemental publications (i.e., the New York Times Magazine), use the Journal Holdings tab on the library homepage. Search for the newspaper title, then click the title of the search result to see the years covered in each result.

You will need your NetID and password to access it from off-campus.

KSU students, faculty, and staff also have free digital access to the New York Times. Find out how to create your own account to read the New York Times free everyday.

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For more help, email the Research and Instructional Services department, or call or visit one of our Research Help Desks:

Sturgis Library at Kennesaw: Ground Floor, Room G-16, 470-578-6325
Johnson Library at Marietta: First Floor, Room C-125, 470-578-7471

 

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Oct 04, 2018

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