Answered By: John Meier Last Updated: Jul 07, 2020 Views: 7556
As of Fall 2019, the University provides digital access to:
- New York Times (nytimes.com)
- Wall Street Journal (wsj.com)
*Set up an account*
Questions/problems with this service must be directed to the Student News Readership Program, part of the Penn State Office for Student Affairs, at firstname.lastname@example.org
Other Options for Accessing the WSJ
The most recent two weeks of the Wall Street Journal
- can be found in Factiva
Easy one-click access to the most current two weeks of the Wall Street Journal newspaper (Eastern/US edition).
Current issues of the Wall Street Journal (1984-present)
- can be found ProQuest - U.S. Major Dailies
Older issues (1889-2000)
- can be found in Wall Street Journal Historical
For articles appearing online at WSJ.com, but not in print, search Wall Street Journal Online
|from 01/08/2010 to present in ProQuest - U.S. Major Dailies|
- Current print issues for the WSJ (U.S. edition) can be found in the News area within 128 Paterno Library (University Park) and in a number of the other campus libraries. Use the NewsFinder aid to locate all versions of the Wall Street Journal, print and online.
- There is a student WSJ subscription rate of 15 weeks for $15 which includes both print copies and online access.
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