Newspaper Articles

Title Description Use @ home?
Access Newspaper Archive
Historical access to scanned pages from hundreds of newspapers. Coverage varies by paper. Includes the Daily Herald, 1901-. [Note: and Access Newspaper Archive both cover different sets of newspapers, with some overlap.]
Alt-Press Watch
Includes full-text newspapers and magazines from alternative, independent presses.
America's Newspapers (Chicagoland Edition)
Chicago Sun-Times, Daily Herald, and Arlington Heights Post.
America's Obituaries & Death Notices
From newspapers across the U.S. Note: Chicago Tribune obituaries are in ProQuest Newsstand.
Chicago Sun-Times
Articles from 1/1/86-current. Approximately three months' daily issues are also available via PressReader.
Chicago Tribune (via ProQuest)
Search the complete text of The Chicago Tribune from 1849 to today. The most recent four days' issues are also available via PressReader.
Chicago Tribune Historical Archives: Selected
1849-1984.  Less complete than the Proquest Chicago Tribune, but has easier obituary/death notice searching.
Daily Herald
Articles from 1/1/95-. For historical articles (1901-) search the Arlington Heights listings in the Access Newspaper Archive.
Ebsco Explora
Updated interface allows simultaneous searching of MasterFile Premier, Academic Search Premier, Business Source Premier and ERIC, with additional browsing tools. | Tutorial
General OneFile
Articles from thousands of magazines/journals, covering all topics. | Search Tips
Lexis Nexis Library Express
NOTE: Product changed to Nexis Uni on 9/1/2019, with a new interface. Legal materials are available via remote access.
New York Times
Articles from 1/1/80-present. Also available:  New York Times Magazine (one week delay) and the New York Times Book Review (one week delay).
News For You (News Articles for English Learners)
Easy-to-read news stories that can help you learn to read, write, speak, and understand the English language.
Newspaper & Magazine Lookup
Go beyond RBdigital & Flipster with these instructions for browsing through issues of thousands of magazines available through the library's magazine & newspaper article databases. (To search for articles across multiple publications, use the Quick Article search on the Research > Databases page, or visit the search pages for specific magazine newspaper databases.)
Historical access to scanned pages from hundreds of newspapers. Coverage varies by paper. [Note: and Access Newspaper Archive both cover different sets of newspapers, with some overlap.]
Nexis Uni
Replaces Lexis Nexis Library Express. Legal sources (federal/state statutes/cases), business directories, news/magazine/journal articles and much more. Directory listings from Company Dossier can be downloaded for mailing/contact lists. Legal resources are now available via remote access in Nexis Uni.
Choose from thousands of US and international newspapers and magazines on your PC or mobile device.  App | Support | Video Tutorial
Proquest Digtized Newspapers: Chicago Tribune
Full-page scans of recent Chicago Tribune issues (2008-3 months ago).
Proquest Digtized Newspapers: New York Times
Full-page scans of recent NY Times issues (2008-3 months ago).
Proquest Digtized Newspapers: Wall Street Journal
Full-page scans of recent Wall Street Journal issues (2008-3 months ago).
Proquest Historical Newspapers
Search the historical archives of the New York Times, Chicago Tribune, Chicago Defender, St. Louis Dispatch, Baltimore Sun, and the Irish Times.
ProQuest Newsstand / Global Newsstream
Access Chicago Tribune (1963-current), Wall Street Journal (2009-current), New York Times (1980-current), Boston Globe (1987-current), and more.
Special Reports (from Newsbank)
Selected news and reference articles on current "hot topics" around the world.
Wall Street Journal
Business and financial news from 1/2/84-present.
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6.012 Patron-Generated Content

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