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How do you access specific newspapers?

"Looking for a specific article" link circled.


  • On the following page, click on Journal Search (see screenshot below).

Journal Search link circled.


  • Type in the name of the newspaper you are searching for (example Wall Street Journal).

A screenshot of Journal Search with Wall Street Journal 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 first result since it is the online version of the Wall Street Journal.

A list of journals with the title Wall Street Journal.

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

A list of databases that has Wall Street Journal.

  • 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 CSUSM | Last updated on: Jan 12, 2024 | Views: Views: 2

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