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Newspapers: How to Use Newspapers for Research: Newspapers Through the Library
Learn what newspapers are available free and through the library.
The library allows access to many newspapers. Because it is sometimes hard to figure out exactly where to find the resource you need, below is a selection of resources you have access to online and for free though the library.
The New York Times is one of the most well-respected news sources. It reports news on politics, national and California issues, healthcare, elections, science, technology, business, sports, arts and more. Once you create an account you will have full free access to The New York Times from anywhere.
Full-text newspapers, magazines, and journals of the ethnic and minority press. Covers African American/Caribbean/African, Arab/Middle Eastern, Asian/Pacific Islander, European/Eastern European, Hispanic, Jewish, Native People and other ethnic categories.
Covers all major political, social, and economic events since 1940 and is updated weekly with news media roundups. Includes newsmaker profiles, facts and statistics, and landmark events in history.
Using Library Newspapers
Students can access many newspapers for free through the library. This short video gives a quick overview of the resources the library offers:
Finding a Resource by Title
The library gives students access to many newspapers for free. For example, you may want to look at articles in the Chico Enterprise-Record but don't know how to find this resource through the library. Watch the below video to learn how to determine if the library has access to the resource you want.