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Free Online Access to Newspapers and Magazines

The University of Dayton campus community — students, staff and faculty — can enjoy free access to a variety of subscription-based news and media sources. 

Newspapers 

Dayton Business Journal

Dayton Daily News: Access sponsored by University of Dayton Athletics; subscription includes access to the Dayton Daily News Archive, which has articles dating back to 1998.

New York Times: Online access co-sponsored by Student Government Association, the Office of the Provost and University Libraries. Library staff shared five great features in a 2019 blog post.

ProQuest’s Historical New York Times covers 1851 to 2013. Individual articles and entire pages of the paper can be viewed, printed and saved as PDF files

Complete list of current and historical newspaper sources

Magazines

The New Yorker

Reading your favorite magazines is convenient and free with our campus subscription to Flipster. Read Flipster content on a web browser using your computer or on a tablet or mobile device using the free app. Magazines in Flipster include:

American Craft

American Poetry Review

Aperture

Archaeology

ArtNews

Arts & Activities

Atlantic

Columbia Journalism Review

Discover

Diverse: Issues in Higher Education

Ebony

Film Comment

Forbes

Glamour

Inc.

Institutional Investor

Kiplinger's

MIT Technology Review

Modern Painters

Mother Jones

National Geographic

National Review

New York Review of Books

Parents

Popular Science

Rolling Stone

ScienceNews

Wired

Writer's Digest

Happy Reading!

Access to this premium content is a service offered by the University Libraries with other campus partners listed. Looking for help or more information? Please contact Roesch Library’s Information Point via email, chat, or phone.

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