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The Health Sciences Library provides a variety of ways to access The New York Times.
1) We have 20 passes for unlimited access to articles from 1986 to the present and pre-1923 through NYTimes.com. In addition, you have access to the daily newspaper reimagined for the Web (looks just like the print edition) and the NYT mobile apps. See this post about how to obtain a pass.
2) The daily print edition is on the coffee table near the front entrance to the main library.
3) The LexisNexis database provides select coverage from 1980 - present. Use Search the News in the lower left corner. Under by Source Title, type New York Times. Under Search For, type your search terms. Results will default to a relevancy rank, but you may also sort by Newest to Oldest.
4) Business Insights provides select coverage from 1985 – present. Click on an issue date, then use the Search Within Results box.
5) The Newsstand database provides select coverage from 1985 - present. To browse articles rather than search a topic, click on Publication Search and type New York Times in the search box.