Answered By: Woodruff Library Reference
Last Updated: Mar 12, 2024     Views: 323

Many newspapers make current articles available on the Web, but many require you to pay for older articles, or if you read more than a certain number of articles in a month.

Emory subscribes to several databases that include newspaper articles.

  • From the databases page, select "News Sources" under the All Subjects dropdown. This will give you a list of databases that are good choices for finding newspapers. 

You don't have to search strictly in newspaper databases to find newspaper articles. Although many of the databases to which the Emory Libraries subscribe look and work differently, there is usually an option to narrow down search results to only newspaper articles.

Emory Libraries also offer direct access to the New York Times.

If you know the specific date and newspaper you'd like to search, however, you may prefer to visit the eJournals page instead to go directly to that particular newspaper.

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