Does the Library provide access to the New York Times?

We do have access to The New York Times, as well as many other newspapers, magazines, and journals. You can click The New York Times to go directly to the databases that provide access to it since 2015. 

To learn how to search for The New York Times, or any other newspaper, yourself you will find detailed instructions below.

‚ÄčCSUSM Library Homepage with a green box around Newspapers Search


  • On the following page, as shown by the screenshot below, click on Journal Search.

A screenshot that shows the Newspapers Searchbox with a green box around Journal Search


  • Type in the name of the newspaper you are searching for, which in this case is the Wall Street Journal.

A screenshot of Journal Search with New York Times typed in and an arrow pointing to magnifying box to search.


  • A list of journal/newspaper titles will appear.  Click on the one you want.  For this example, click on the fifth result.

A list of journals that have the title New York Times.


  • On the next page a list of databases that provides access to The New York Times appears.  Click on whichever one most closely meets your needs (note that each database might provide a different date range).  

List of databases that provides access to New York Times.

  • The newspaper should open and you can now search for the article you want by browsing the date or looking for a specific article.


Answered by: Amanda Kalish | Last updated on: Jul 14, 2020 | Views: Views: 4

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