Do you read the New York Times? Are you paying for a subscription?
Well stop that! We’re paying for one for you, Rivier student/faculty/staff member! Not sure how to access the NYT from our database list? Worry not! There’s a tutorial on the library home page RIGHT NOW! You could go take a look, and be reading some exceptional articles right this very minute–how exciting is that?
For convenience, here is the post from our home page, with links to the NYT and the tutorial for setting up a free account through the library. Enjoy!
What is it? A newspaper covering events both in the U.S. and abroad.
What neat stuff can it do? The NYT has records dating back to the late 1890s. If you select the appropriate dates, you can browse through them.
What classes is it useful for? History classes, Classes asking for information on current events.
Tutorial of the Week
This tutorial will show you how to use the newspaper database to find articles.