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New York Times. The New York Times contains every article, fully searchable, published in the New York Times since 1851. You will need to first set up an account to take full advantage of the Hiram College subscription.  Then just connect to nytimes.com and login.  Or, once you have your account set up, download the NYTimes app in the self service folder of you iPad.  For more information on setting up and account and on the iPad app, see the library’s New York Times Subject Guide.

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Chronicle of Higher Education. Generally considered “the No. 1 source of news, information, and jobs for college and university faculty members and administrators,” the Chronicle, published weekly with continual updates on the Web site, provides timely and credible news coverage of higher education in the U. S. and around the world.


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Newspaper Source. Full-text coverage of more than 225 newspapers, newswires, and other news sources. Includes 177 U.S. newspapers, 18 international newspapers, and 12 news wires.


Nexis Uni. Containing more than 15,000 credible news, legal and business sources, Nexis Uni includes access to print and online journals, television and radio broadcasts, newswires and blogs, as well as local, regional, national and international newspapers, legal sources for federal and state cases and statutes, business information on U.S. and international companies and executives.

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Regional Business News. Updated daily, this resource provides the full-text of some 65 sources, including PR Newswire and Business Wire.

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American City Business Journals. This free to all database contains the searchable full-text from 39 metropolitan business newspapers, all published by American City Business Journals, Inc. covering 1996 to the present, the database includes publications from Cincinnati, Columbus, Dayton, Pittsburgh, and Buffalo, among others.

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