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All newspapers we currently subscribe to are on the 2nd Floor of the Main Library. A list of titles is located on the sides of the shelves. See 2nd floor map.

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Access World News Guide
Full text content of local, regional, and national newspapers worldwide. Each newspaper has its own distinctive focus offering a variety of viewpoints on local and world issues. Paid advertisements are excluded. Also includes others news sources, including newswires, transcripts of broadcast news, and some video. 

LexisNexis Academic Guide
Full text of major newspapers from around the world. Also includes news wires, broadcast news transcripts, foreign language news, college newspapers, and business news.

Proquest Newsstand
Full text of over 1,000 international, national, and regional newspapers. Dates covered varies by newspaper title, with some covering 1980s-current.

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Arizona Daily Star
Full text of the major daily newspaper serving Tucson, Arizona, from 1991-present. Does not include Associated Press stories, guest comments from editorials, or specials. May not include today's issue, but latest week's issues can all be found on

Arizona Republic
Full text of the major daily newspaper serving Arizona. Includes locally produced news articles and regional and national Associated Press stories. Does not include syndicated columnists or guest comments from editorials.

Los Angeles Times
Full text from 1985-today. Offers extensive coverage of national, international, and local news.

New York Times
Full text from 1980-today through Lexis Nexis. For more coverage information, see our complete record for New York Times. Offers extensive coverage of national, international, and local news.

Wall Street Journal
Full text from 1982-today, with in-depth coverage of national & international finance and business as well as coverage of general news events.

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AP Images
Over 400,000 contemporary and selected historical images from the archive of the Associated Press. Features state, regional and national photos from North America, and selected international sites including Europe and Asia.

Ethnic Newswatch
An interdisciplinary, bilingual (English and Spanish) and comprehensive full text database of newspapers, magazines and journals from ethnic, minority and native presses from 1960 to the present.

Latin American Newsstand
Full text of articles in 37 major Latin American newspapers and major international newswires covering Latin America like BBC Monitoring and Notas Financieras. The entire, cover-to-cover text of the newspapers rather than a selection of articles. Titles include El Universal (Mexico), O Globo (Brazil), and La Nacion (Argentina).

ProQuest Digital Microfilm
Full text, cover-to-cover access to the microfilm edition of AZ Republic, Barron’s, LA Times, NY Times, San Francisco Chronicle, Wall Street Journal and Washington Post, from 2008 to the present.

Vanderbilt Television News Archive
Archive of abstracts (detailed summaries-not transcripts) of evening news broadcasts from ABC, CBS, NBC, and CNN, special news reports, selected coverage from PBS and FOX News, political conventions, Presidential press conferences, State of the Union Addresses, and political campaign coverage. Abstracts include names of reporters, summary of event, beginning and ending times for each news segment, and advertisements played during the broadcast. Includes access to CNN videos from 1998-present. Loan Requests should be made directly to Vanderbilt University Television News Archive.

World News Connection (WNC)
Provides translated and English-language newspapers, television and radio broadcasts, non-classified technical reports, and more, from around the world, and is particularly effective in its coverage of local media sources. 1996-present.

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Last modified: September 4, 2015