The Library has several ways to access The New York Times
Combing Open Access with Library Access
A quick way to manage access (beyond your 5 per month at the NYT site):
Example of Headline:
White House Welcomes College Football Champions
ProQuest search results provide the full text for reference
The most convenient but limited access is the "free" digital version. Note only FIVE free articles per month are viewable. Limited NYT archives search
The UC Library provides full text articles (up to date as well as a full archive) from the Library databases.
We recommend ProQuest National Newspapers NYT covering 2015 to today's paper
The Library has several access points and options for the The New York Times.
ProQuest National Newspapers provides the most straightforward entry to full text content.
NOTE: To search the New York Times this way you need a search query or article title, date range., etc. See below.
The Library can assist you in research using The New York Times online
1. Contact or come by the Library Information Desk, Ask for a librarian for help. Hours Mon - Thursday 9 to 9. Thursday 9 to 5. Sunday 3 to 9.
2. Send us an email with your information need. firstname.lastname@example.org
3. Late Night/After Hours feel free to chat with a librarian from another library. AskUs 24/7