In addition to the new sources listed in the Getting Started tab, Penn Libraries subscribes to online access to many newspapers from around the world. Keep in mind that your project will use primarily academic sources. However, news sources might be used to complement the more scholarly sources you find so as to emphasize the real-time prevalence or significance of the topic
Find out about additional options by talking with your librarian and/or reviewing the Penn Libraries' guide to American Newspapers
At Penn, there are several ways to access the Philadelphia Inquirer. If you need help, please reach out to a librarian.
• Philadelphia Inquirer, via Access World News (page-image facsimiles, 2018 to today, and to the searchable fulltext, 1981 to today)
• PressReader (page-image facsimiles for newspapers worldwide, including the Inquirer for today's issue and back to 2003)
The direct URL to the Inquirer in PressReader is: https://www-pressreader-com.proxy.library.upenn.edu/usa/the-philadelphia-inquirer
• American Newspapers : Contemporary (1980- ) newspapers online.
This page points to the big fulltext aggregators and to our individual-title subscriptions.
• Basic Search Commands for Full-Text News Databases.