Today seems a good day to let you know that you have full access to The New York Times, from the first issue in 1851 right to today. Follow the aftermath of the mid-term elections or any other topics in United States life and politics.
New York Times current edition
Set up an account through the University of Kent and you get full access (rather than be limited to 10 free articles per month):
- first create your account: go to the Kent access pass page
- click Create Account
- use your Kent email address, but not your Kent password
- in future you can go to www.nytimes.com and click Login (including on your mobile)
New York Times Historical Archive
Go to The New York Times (1851 – 4 years ago) with Index (1851-1993) from ProQuest Historical Newspapers and log in with your Kent credentials.
International New York Times
You also have access to the International New York Times (formerly International Herald Tribune) from 1991 to the present through Nexis (which has a less visual and engaging interface). Log in with your Kent credentials.
About The New York Times
The New York Times (or NYT) is an American newspaper based in New York City with worldwide influence and readership. It has the second highest circulation in the US and the 17th highest in the world. It was founded as the New York Daily Times in 1851.
Where you can find it
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