Answered By: John Kissinger
Last Updated: Feb 26, 2019     Views: 14

The library gets the New York Times as well as other Newspapers through its GALILEO webpage. Simply type the words, New York Times in the search box and follow the link as they appear in the search results in the first item on the list of results. The database will have full-text articles from the previous day's issue going back each day to the year 1992. Older editions are accessible in microfilm at the Main Campus Library and can be viewed, printed or saved on a computer file using a microform reader/printer.

In addition,  students, faculty and staff can read The New York Times online free of charge? This service is courtesy of the library, and the newspaper’s archive — The TimesMachine — is included.

You must be on campus to create your free account.

Go to, find our school in the drop-down menu, and activate your pass using your email address.


Need help? Ask a librarian or look for The New York Times Group Pass Guide in our Research Guides.


For additional information or help you may chat with one of our on-line librarians as well as either call or visit the Main Campus Library in Brunswick. 


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