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Times Select now Free to .edu Addresses

The New York Times has opened it's TimesSelect online service to anyone who registers with an email address from an educational institution (i.e., with a ".edu" address). TimesSelect offers content that isn’t available through the newspapers free site, such as Op-Ed and News Columnists, as well as access to archives since 1851 (up to 100 articles a month), customized e-mail news alerts, special multimedia features, and more.

Register for TimesSelect at

While we hope the University community takes advantage of this offer from the New York Times, we will continue to offer the New York Times (Current) and New York Times (Historical) collections through ProQuest, to allow academic researchers to take advantage of the more extensive search tools they provide.

You'll find our options for reading or researching in the New York Times, as well as other local and national newspapers, on our Newspapers Online page (look for the Quick Link on the library homepage).

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