Answered By: Vicki Sciuk
Last Updated: Apr 13, 2021     Views: 1

To search for an article in The New York Times:

We have full text access to all New York Times articles from June 1, 1980 to the present, available in our ProQuest database. The newer issues contain photos, just like the newspaper does. It also offers a "read-aloud" option.

To browse all available issues:

Access the databases list, by clicking on the A-Z Database tile on the library homepage.

Once on the A-Z Database page:

  • Click on the N or scroll down to the New York Times.

Click on the New York Times, then you can:

  • Put your search terms or keywords in the Search within this publication box, to find articles on the topic only from the New York Times.
  • Or Choose an Issue to see a list of all the articles published that day, picking the year and day from the dropdown lists.

Scroll the results to find an article you are interested in, and click on the title to read it, print it, save it or email it to yourself, and get the citation.

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