Sometimes looking for newspaper articles can be frustrating and time-consuming. Here are some steps to help you locate newspaper titles and content. Not all newspapers are available digitally, in some cases you may need to use microfilm to access historic content that hasn't yet been digitized.
If you have the newspaper title or a citation with the newspaper title begin by searching our E-Journal titles
If the newspaper title doesn't appear in the e-journal titles list
If the newspaper title doesn't appear in the Tufts Collection
If the newspaper title isn't in one of the News Aggregators
To see our complete holdings, search Journals & Newspapers A-Z for the New York Times.
Tisch Library provides complete access to NYTimes.com for all current students, staff, and faculty members through a Group Pass. Individual registration is required annually. Find more information and complete registration instructions at the guide to the New York Times. Use the Historical New York Times on this page for issues published prior to 1980.
Historical New York Times with Index (1851-1993) - Provides search capability using subject terms and topics for focused and targeted results in combination with searchable full text, full page, and article-level images from the Historical New York Times (1851-3 years ago).
The library also has a full run of the New York Times (1851-present) on microfilm.
*Many articles written by freelance journalists will not be included in online coverage in news aggregators, such as Nexis Uni & Factiva. You may need to rely on microfilm to get the definitive full-text of the newspaper.