Use library databases to avoid New York Times paywall

At some point in early 2011, the New York Times will begin charging non-subscribers for unlimited access to its website. However, because the Marygrove Library subscribes to both the physical paper and to databases which include an electronic version of the paper, you will not have to pay to access the New York Times. In fact, through the library you have access to this newspaper from the present day all the way back to 1852!

You can visit us in person to read the print paper or to use our microfilm. You can also visit the library website from both on- and off-campus to read articles via these databases:

1980 – present: LexisNexis
1985 – present: Academic OneFile, General OneFile, General Reference Center Gold, or InfoTrac Newstand

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