If you are unsure how to approach your topic, try using Google to get a sense for any breaking news or trends concerning the issue you are researching. From there, dive into some of these resources to find reliable news articles about that topic.
Remember to avoid using sentences and long phrases when creating your search. Use KEYWORDS and BOOLEAN OPERATORS to get the most relevant results.
Browse Print and Online Holdings
We have print issues of most of the periodicals below, located in the Pit on the first floor of GAC. To the right of each title is our range of holdings; if no range exists, we only have online access (follow the hyperlink). To check online availability, open the page and follow the purple Find It button. Then select a database, paying attention to the range of access (e.g., 2003-Present, 1999-2013, etc.)
News Databases (SU login required for off-campus access)
The following databases provide access to national and international periodicals. Certain databases act as archives for specific periodicals (New York Times, Washington Post, etc.) and contain both historic and current issues.