Answered By: Susan Bonsteel
Last Updated: Jul 25, 2018     Views: 49

Older newspaper articles can be found in the Greenspring Library's microfiche and microfilm collections, as well as digitally. Coverage dates for newspapers in all SU collections are listed below. Further, the SU Library now subscribes to The New York Times with an academic site license. Every Stevenson student, faculty and staff member can access The New York Times subscription online. This GroupPass gives SU users unlimited access to the content on the NYTimes site.

NY Times access from 1851 to the current issue through the website
Users must register before accessing the database.

Print versions of USA Today and The Baltimore Sun are delivered daily to the Greenspring Library and The New York Times is received in the mail.  It is delivered daily to the School of Business Library and is kept for one month. Print copies of other newspapers are kept for three months.


Title   Date Range Format
 Baltimore Sun    April 1990-2006  Microfilm
 Baltimore Sun (Historical)     1837-1991  Databases
 Baltimore Sun    1990-present  Databases
 Christian Science Monitor    1989-2004  Microfiche
 New York Times    incomplete  film and fiche
 New York Times    1980 - present  Databases
 Wall Street Journal    1986-2005  Microfiche
 Washington Post    1989-2005  Microfiche