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International News via Access World News

Access World News -- Access to thousands of reliable news sources the world over.

Use the the link above. Click "More Search Options" under the search box on the landing page to choose a region, date range, or topic. Or, click a country on the map to view that country's news sources. 

Chronicle of Higher Education

The Chronicle of Higher Education is available through subscription from VCU Libraries; the most current month is embargoed. You may be prompted to log in with your VCU eID and password if you are not on campus.

National News via Dow Jones Factiva

Dow Jones Factiva 

To search the archives of many national newspapers, open Dow Jones Factiva through the link above, and use the publications field to limit results to a specific newspaper, such as New York Times, Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, etc. Several  newspapers offer additional web-only content through our subscriptions, so you might want to include them as well, like this:

screenshot of publications field, with arrow pointing to is, "newspaper name goes in this box"

Add your search terms, choose a date range, and read your results. 

How to access current headline news articles from a variety of papers

You can also access full text up-to-the-minute news and business, including access to the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Washington Post, LA Times, Chicago Tribune, USA Today, Barron's, Forbes, and more.

Click the above link and look for "News Pages" in the navigational bar at the top of the screen; click on the link to "Factiva Pages". This will open a listing of a variety of national newspapers in the United States, where you can read full-text articles. Most papers offer access to one to two week's worth of archived articles through this headline news view. 

screenshot of DowJones Factiva, showing a shortcut to the daily news

 

About Factiva: a helpful guide

ProQuest, which owns the Dow Jones Factiva database, has created a guide showing how to use many of its helpful features. View the guide here: http://proquest.libguides.com/factiva/