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News Databases
Use the following news databases to access full-text articles in local, national, and international newspapers; find transcripts of radio and TV news programs; find AP photographs and audio clips; and search network news broadcasts.

LexisNexis Academic - News search
Full-text national, international, and business news and transcripts from radio and television news programs.

Newspaper Source
Full-text for 28 major US and international newspapers.

Chronicle of Higher Education
The primary news source for higher education.

Current Newspapers - available in Cambridge Hall 109 (Gooding Seminar)
We subscribe to the print edition of Christian Science Monitor, Columbus Dispatch, Jeffersonian (Cambridge), Manchester Guardian, New York Review of Books, New York Times, Plain Dealer (Cleveland), Times-Recorder (Zanesville), USA Today, Wall Street Journal, and Washington Post. Copies are kept for one month. Contact Connie Burke if you would like a specific issue of a newspaper.

Black & Magenta
The Library has the Black & Magenta from 1902-1980 and 1989-2014 bound. These issues are currently stored in Montgomery Hall, and can be accessed by request at the Ask Desk or Checkout Desk in Cambridge Hall. The Library also has the Black & Magenta on microfilm from 1910 to 1969. A print index covering 1919-1969 is shelved next to the bound volumes. Use the online index (PDF 545 KB) for articles appearing in issues published in 1970 to Spring 1992; 2000; and Fall 2002 to Spring 2007.

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