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  • Recent news:
    • Electronic:
      • ProQuest: 1980-current. Includes New York Times (full text with page PDFs), New York Times Magazine (full text with page PDFs) and NYT Online (text only - no graphics; 2015 and later). Full holdings information listed in ProQuest.
      • NexisUni: 1991-present. Text only - no graphics.
    • Print: current print issues are kept in Linderman and Fairchild-Martindale for 3 months

  • Historic news:
    • Electronic:
    • Microfilm: 1857-2008 housed in Linderman

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your credentials?

  • If you're connected to Lehigh remotely, make sure you are connected to the VPN using the “Library Resources” option – not the default which is "General Access."   
  • If you're not using the VPN, and you are off campus, download and install the Cisco Anyconnect VPN using the LTS VPN instructions. Make sure to select the 'Library Resources' option from the dropdown menu. 
  • If you are on campus, try accessing the article through Asa. Links there will send you through our EZproxy instance, which should ensure you get access to everything Lehigh owns or subscribes to.


To learn more about Special Collections at Lehigh please visit this page on the Library Website.

How can I tell if the


libraries have an item (article, journal, or book)?

The single most authoritative source for what the Libraries have purchased or subscribed-to is ASA, our online catalog at (see image below for ASA's main page). 


Do the Libraries subscribe to the Financial Times?

Yes, you can find the Financial Times link within the Libraries Database List. You must sign into this resource by using the Subscribe option in the upper-right-hand corner of the screen while on campus or connected to the  VPN from off-campus. Then click on the Join Now button to enter your information and preferences.