Newspaper databases tend to include only articles written by journalists, including obituaries, and op-ed pieces written by invitation. The databases will not include advertisements, classifieds, or letter to the editor.
Academic Search Ultimate, ProQuest Research Library, and the ARTICLES search box all allow you to limit your search to News or Newspapers.
On the A-Z Database page, on the right side, there is a box for the NEWSPAPER databases. Newsbank is by far the largest. This is an international database, and has historical holdings of many local and regional US newspapers, even papers that have ceased publication.
How to access:
* - If you are an existing subscriber you need to renew your "NYT Pass" once every three years by visiting the library link above, click on "Already have an account?" and login. This will renew your access for another year.
Full text access to articles from 1923 - Current.
Complete details here.
How to access:
On-campus, the Post can be accessed directly at: https://www.washingtonpost.com/.
Remote users will need to authenticate through the library link: https://library.kutztown.edu/wapo. To ensure access to the paper both on and off campus we recommend using the library link above.
There is no need to create an account and it will not allow you to access articles, you can only access articles by accessing the Post on campus or through the library's authenticated link.
Full access to all content from 2005 - Current.