CMJ 256: News Reporting: Newspapers

Current Newspaper databases

To search multiple newspapers at once, chose Advanced Search, put the titles in quotations in the top box with the word OR in between each: "New York Times" OR "Washington Post" OR "wall street journal" and change the adjacent drop-down box to "Publication title - PUB." Next, change the Publication date box to "Last 7 days" or the time period that suits you. The rest is up to you the searcher - to enter a name or topic, etc.

*For non-U.S. news, leave the search boxes empty but scroll down, change Publication date to “last 7 days” and in Location, enter country name, e.g., “Taiwan,” select Source Type "Newspapers" and Sort Results by “Most recent first.” When viewing results, look for place name in the publication and scan for relevant topics. *Covers 1977-present but dates vary.

 

Look up other newspaper titles in our Magazines & Journals list.

Grand Valley Lanthorn

Newspaper Bias

Look for the same day in the NY Daily News and NY Post. Both papers will cover the same stories, one from a more conservative, right-leaning perspective and the other from a more central, slightly left-leaning viewpoint. Which is which?

Grand Rapids Press

Paper (printed) newspapers

We get the following newspapers in printed form a day late, shelved in the Mary Idema Pew Library 1st floor lobby:

  • Detroit Free Press
  • Grand Haven Tribune
  • Grand Rapids Press
  • Grand Rapids Times
  • Holland Sentinel
  • Lansing State Journal
  • Le Monde
  • Muskegon Chronicle
  • New York Times
  • USA Today
  • Wall Street Journal
  • Last Updated: May 11, 2021 2:10 PM
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