Pence has a number of newspapers and other news sources available through subscriptions. This guide provides information on Newspaper and other media sources available through Pence, free legal resources, news sources from the University Library and other information such as search tips and tools for accessing and reading the news. Use LEAGLE the Library Catalog and our E-Titles Finder to search for individual news titles.
Active K-12 educators and full-time and part-time U.S. college students, graduate students, faculty, and staff are eligible for the academic rate for the basic digital subscription, available here: https://subscribe.washingtonpost.com/acqlite/edu-offer/
In addition, the Washington Post is available through various databases accessible through the Pence Law Library:
The University Library has a host of news databases available.
Be sure to check if your article is a citation to a News Wire service, not a Newspaper Article. Do not assume the citation is to a newspaper article, Make sure that you check Bluebook rule 16.6(d) rule which discusses wire services. Access to wire services for news coverage is available from the following vendors:
As of January 5, 2022, American University will be expanding access to The New York Times to all current faculty, students, and staff.
Due to this change, your current New York Times digital access will stop on January 5, 2022, and you will need to reactivate your account.
Please follow the instructions below to continue your access:
1. Log out of nytimes.com on all your devices.
2. Go to http://accessnyt.com/ (or click on the link above)
3. Type and select "American University” in the box and then select “American University” from the dropdown menu.
***Please note: after selecting “American University” you are brought to a page that has both on-campus and off-campus login information. The on-campus link is prominent at the top of the page. To use the off-campus logon, you need to scroll down the “Go” button, which is below the fold. ***
4. Click “Already have an account? Log in here.”
5. Input your existing New York Times login credentials
6. Select your status as "student" (enter graduation date) or “faculty/staff.”
7. Click “Login” and you will be directed to www.nytimes.com
Then, if you haven’t already done so, download New York Times apps on your smartphone and tablet.
If you have any questions, please contact email@example.com.
Here is some additional information from the New York Times:
An Academic Site License using NYTimes Group Passes provides users with full access to NYTimes.com and the NYTimes.com smartphone apps.*