Answered By: Mugar Library
Last Updated: Feb 16, 2017     Views: 481

The New York Times is NOT available as an institutional, daily subscription. It IS available in these formats, and through these services:

  •     The best current coverage (i.e., last 3 months) is available via Factiva. (This is text only content, not image-based.) Choose the 'news pages' link in the grey bar under the Factiva logo; newspaper content can be selected by newspaper name, date and section. 
  •     Lexis/Nexis Academic provides content from 1980+. (This is also text only content, not image-based.)
  •     Online through Proquest Digital Microfilm, from 2008+ (3 month time lag); an image-based product with limited search capabilities. Traditional microfilm from 1857-2009 is available on site only.
  •     Online through ProQuest Historical Newspapers as an image-based, searchable archive starting with 1851 and including everything except the most recent four years. (See Factiva or LexisNexis for more recent issues.)
  •     Online through various sources, varying years and coverage; see eJournals under New York Times for the complete list.
  •     In print in the Current Periodicals area (basement) for the last 3 months, arranged by newspaper name.

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