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How to Get New York Times Articles at UML

 

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Find Articles in the NYT

The library has  next-day, full text access to the Times via Gale. This is a research subscription rather than a browsing subscription, meaning you access the NYT via a topic search in a search box.

Follow these links:

Use the search box for the contents of the Times, through the previous day. The search box will look like the image at left.

Or you can search the New York Times content from their own website here.  You can read ten free articles per month.  You can also search Google News by article title to read additional articles.

If you are looking for issues of the NYT prior to Dec. 31st, 2014, search the Historical New York Times archive.
 

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Need the Current Issue?

Sometimes students need to browse the current issues of The Times.  Go to the NYT Database home page Click on Publication Search (see illustration above), then enter “New York Times” as below:

 

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On the landing page, Click the New York Times link, as below:

 

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Click todays date:

 

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You'll arrive at a list of the articles in today's issue of the paper. Filter for full text by checking the filter at the right.