As of March 28th, 2011, individual users of the New York Times website (www.nytimes.com) may only view 20 articles per month without purchasing a personal subscription. Library patrons still have online access to every article in every issue of the New York Times. You can access the most recent issues (including today’s issue, which will usually be available by the afternoon) through Academic One File (to which the Library maintains a licensed subscription). Every article may be printed, emailed, downloaded, saved, bookmarked, shared with campus colleagues, or emailed in its entirety to friends. The New York Times has never offered subscriptions to its website for libraries, and still does not. Please do not hesitate to contact us directly if you have difficulty locating any articles from the New York Times. For more information on the changes to the New York Times website, see the Frequently Asked Questions at nytimes.com.
Now through May 4th (2011), we have a trial to the digitized version of the Baltimore Sun, a popular penny paper. Coverage: 1837-1985.