Did you know that you can access some great newspapers and magazines through the library? If you are off-campus, you may be asked to login using your NetID and password. If you prefer the paper version, please visit us in person!
The Wall Street Journal
You now can access WSJ.com from anywhere on campus. You need to create an account on their site, with your Dartmouth email address and a password, which will allow access on other devices outside of the university network. Once you have an account you can go directly to their site. You also can access archival articles via ProQuest.
Dartmouth students, faculty and staff now have unlimited access to nytimes.com. Create a new account on nytimes.com using your Dartmouth email address. Once you have created the account, you'll be back at the original screen, now click on "Already have an account? Log in here »". If you already have an existing nytimes.com (unpaid) account, you will not click "Create Account" on the welcome page. Instead, click "Already have an account? Log in here" and log in with your existing nytimes.com username / password.
You also can access all articles from June 1980 through to the present through our ProQuest subscription. For more details on other subscription options, including archives, see the full catalog record.
You can go to the Financial Times website directly and access all of their articles with our group subscription. You will be prompted to login when you click on a specific article. For more subscription details see the full catalog record.
Library Press Display
Instant access to over 6,000 newspapers, from 100 countries, in 60 languages. Need we say more?
Ethnic News Watch
Access—via ProQuest—to full-text newspapers, magazines, and journals of the ethnic and minority press, providing often overlooked perspectives. This includes community publications not found in any other database.