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Print copies are kept on the 3rd floor of Alkek Library if you'd like to browse through current issues. 

We list our online access in Periodical List. (Step-by-step in the image below).

1. To search for an article, open one of the links that includes the date range you're looking for.

The link "New York Times 01/01/1851 - present" should work for most content patrons need.
Here you can search by keyword for articles on a topic or for a specific article by title.

2.  In the search box on the page that loads after clicking an access link, enter your search at the top.

It's best to enclose the title in "quotation marks" for best results. Example: "Writing Rough Drafts of History"

Some public libraries offer a subscription access to their cardholders. Check with systems like Austin Public LibrarySan Antonio Public Library, San Marcos Public Library, or your home public library system. Texas State University Libraries does not offer subscription access to the New York Times.

If you need help locating an article in the New York Times, contact us at Ask Us!

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