Answered By: Kris Helbling
Last Updated: Nov 06, 2017     Views: 2249

Yes you are!  Every current Washington University student, faculty, and staff member has access to the digital edition of the New York Times through their Academic Pass program.  Please see this very useful library guide, "New York Times," or visit the NYTimes.com Academic Pass page, for more information.

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  1. Do we have free access to the Washington Post too? Or is it just NYT?
    --Hello,
    It is only for the New York Times. Every current Washington University student, faculty, and staff member has access to the digital edition of the New York Times through their Academic Pass program. Please see this very useful library guide, "New York Times," or visit the NYTimes.com Academic Pass page, for more information. http://libguides.wustl.edu/nyt

    However, you can access past articles of the Washington Post via the library database PressReader at http://libproxy.wustl.edu/login?url=http://pressreader.com

    Or, past articles in other library-owned databases can be seen via this link:
    http://catalog.wustl.edu:80/record=b3168501~S2

    And, historical access to the Washington Post from 1877-1993 can be seen in Proquest Historical Newspapers via this link:
    http://libproxy.wustl.edu/login?url=http://search.proquest.com/hnpwashingtonpost?accountid=15159
    by Daria Carson-Dussan on Oct 20, 2017.

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