Comprehensive news coverage at the international, national, state and regional levels. Dates covered: varies by title; older news sources often start in 1985, but some articles date back from the early twentieth century.
Coverage: 1969 - current. Full text for major U.S., regional U.S. and international newspapers, as well as full text transcripts from television and radio news. Upgraded to Newspaper Source Plus in July 2017.
Online: Coverage: 1868 – 1929. “The Atlanta Constitution, historically known as ‘the voice of the new south.’ Contains first hand accounts of the Reconstruction period and post-war South” to early twentieth century. Full image and full text newspaper articles. (LEXIS-NEXIS Academic Universe provides text coverage from 1991 – present.)
Online: Coverage: 1849 – 1985. The Chicago Tribune is one of the nation’s oldest continuously published newspapers. Source for prohibition debates, mercantile development of the midwest, westward expansion, Settlement House Movement – Jane Addams, Al Capone. Full image and full text newspaper articles. (LEXIS-NEXIS Academic Universe provides current text coverage from March 1, 2002 – present.)
Website (current articles available for limited time; CC faculty, students, and staff should use the options above for older articles (don’t pay for access on nytimes.com!); free registration required): http://www.nytimes.com/
In Tutt Library (1852 – ):
Current issues kept until replaced by microfilm. See catalog record for details.
Paper index (1851 – ) is located behind the newspapers on the second floor.