News & Current Issues

Newspapers, news magazines and broadcast transcripts

  • US Newsstream
    Contains hundreds of local, regional, and national newspapers. Includes the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, LA Times and Boston Globe.
  • Infotrac NewsStand
    Full-text articles from more than 150 newspapers from around the globe plus an additional 300 sources of selected news and business coverage. Includes recent issues of the New York Times.
  • New York Times (This link should only be used for creating an account)
    Current and historical New York Times content. In order to take full advantage of this resource, first use the link above to an create account with your Northern Vermont University email address. After you have created an account you can access NYT through their website or through the NYT app. The app can be downloaded from the NYT website, Google Play, or the iTunes store.
  • Chronicle of Higher Education 
    The Chronicle of Higher Education is the No. 1 source of news, information, and jobs for college and university faculty members and administrators.
  • Regional Business News
    Full text for more than 80 regional US and Canadian business publications.
  • Popular Magazines Collection
    Contains full content from the 1,000 most-read Infotrac magazines.
  • Caledonian-Record (back files)
    Contains recent back issues of the Caledonian-Record. A complete collection up to 12/31/18 is available on microfilm at the Samuel Read Hall Library. 
  • Basement Medicine – NVU-Johnson student newspaper
  • The Critic – Lyndon Student Newspaper Archives
    (See also LSC Yearbooks Archives)

 

Current issues

  • CQ Researcher
    Detailed reports on current issues in politics, economics and science. Each report contains background information, opposing viewpoints and references for further reading.
  • Opposing Viewpoints in Context
    Extensive news content, organized around current issues. Each topic page contains an overview, periodical articles, images and essays that articulate opposing perspectives.

 

Historical news coverage