Answered By: Joy Painter
Last Updated: Jan 28, 2021     Views: 3

The Library does not have an institutional site license to the New York Times.

The Library *does* have access to the text of New York Times articles from Nexis Uni 1980-present.

If you find an article you'd like to read in the New York Times, copy the article title into the Nexis search box. If it's an article that appears in the current issue of the NY Times, use the drop down menu "Choose Date Range" and select One Day. Elsevier loads content into Nexis Uni overnight so most articles in the current issue are available on the same day from Nexis. 

If the article you'd like to read is not current, select a different date range. As well, you can use the Advanced Search in Nexis to select New York Times as the Source you'd like to specifically search. 

 

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