Featured question: Does the library subscribe to the digital New York Times?

The library provides electronic access to the content of the New York Times via LexisNexis and the New York Times historical backfile, but does not provide access to the New York Times web site itself.

All users may access up to 10 articles a month on the New York Times' site before being prompted to pay for an article. If you need to use more than 10 articles, you can uses the passes that Student Government has purchased. To do so, visit NYTimes.com/passes and use your lafayette.edu email address to log on. Once you log on, you will have full access to the website for 24 hours. (Note that Student Government has only purchased a set number of subscriptions. If the allotted number of 'seats' is filled, you will not be able to log on until a seat becomes available.)

Students who wish to subscribe to the digital version of the New York Times can take advantage of an educational discount: https://myaccount.nytimes.com/verification/education.

For help with this or other questions, stop by the research help desk at Skillman.