The Macdonald-Kelce Library collects hundreds of newspapers and magazines in print and in digital archive collections. There are several ways to find what you need:
- Browse Summon and limit the Content Type to "Newspapers" or "Magazines"
- Locate newspapers and magazines in the Journal search below
Type in the name of the periodical to see whether the library has it in a database or in print (e.g. New York Times, Annual Review of Clinical Psychology, Vogue)
Found an article online, but don't have access to it?
Many times, articles we find online require a subscription. Before you pay for an article, CHECK THE LIBRARY! More often than not, we have access to the article, or we can track down a copy for you through interlibrary loan.
How to locate the article:
1. Oftentimes, a newspaper or magazine article might have a slightly (or completely!) different title than the online version. Try typing (or copy and paste) the title into our Discovery Service, Summon. If it doesn't come up, try some of the key words and the author (if there is one).
2. If that doesn't work, check the coverage for the newspaper or magazine by going to Ejournals and then look for the closest corresponding date and go through the table of contents or articles.
3. And If that doesn't work, please contact the library! Although sometimes an article might be only available through an individual online subscription, most of the time we can help you find what you need.