The New York Times for online access to its current issue. Non-subscribers have access to 10 articles per month before being asked to pay.
All of CUNY has access to the current content of the New York Times through LexisNexis, but this database does not have a browse function. The content of the New York Times can be searched in LexisNexis from 1980 to the present.
To see content from the current issue of the newspaper:
The content of each issue of the New York Times from 1985 to the present can be accessed in Academic OneFile, but this database lags one day behind the print/online New York Times.
The content of the New York Times from 1857 through 2009 can be accessed in Historical New York Times database.
All of these resources can be accessed from off-campus with an activated QCC OneCard ID.
After a year your New York Times CUNY Academic Pass will expire and the article counter will begin; after accessing 10 articles you will be prompted to subscribe or log-in. CUNY patrons should go to nytimes.com/passes and sign in as an existing subscriber.
New York Times Digital Edition (registration required)
CUNY offers an Academic Pass to the Digital New York Times to CUNY faculty, students and staff!
This is the edition of the newspaper you are used to seeing when you visit the New York Times web site, only now, through the CUNY subscription, you can view more articles than ever before. Here is all you need to do to get started using the “paper of record” in digital format.
Log in or register HERE.
Sign up for access as a Queensborough Community College user:
What if I already have my own subscription and account for the Digital New York Times?
If you already have a personal subscription to the digital NYT, here are your options:
Are there any limitations to using the academic pass?
Find answers at the New York Times Education Pass troubleshooting guide.