Answered By: Laura Horgan
Last Updated: Jul 30, 2019     Views: 21

The library subscribes to a small collection of newspapers which are housed in the Bedford and Lowell Campus Libraries. Most titles are kept for a month  For access to most newspaper content, the library staff suggests, however, you access one of the many databases that include full-text newspaper contentJust click on the list of newspaper databases provided.

Boston Globe - this ProQuest database is provided by the state and includes staff-written articles from 1980-

Infotrac Newsstand - this Gale database is provided to MCC through the state and provides access to national and international news outlets. The type of sources range include articles, editorials, and transcripts of podcasts.

New York Times - this Gale database is provided to MCC through the state and provides access to staff-written content.

 Wall Street Journal- provides access to full-text articles from 1984 to the present and can be searched by title, author, document type, geographical name, and SIC code. A search guide is available. Technical hint: If you have a firewall set up at home you may be prompted for a username and password. Username: 0rrn28vvs6 Password: welcome.

EBSCO Newspaper Source- has full-text coverage of 25 national and international newspapers including the Washington Post. It has selective full text for an additional 335 regional (U.S.) newspapers.  Television and radio news transcripts are also provided.


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