If you would like to use business magazines, newspapers, and other periodicals in your research, many of these can be found for free through the library.
You can use the "Search for a Journal" finder at the right hand side of this screen to search for periodicals like Businessweek, The Economist, Forbes, and Fortune. Or, from the library homepage, you can search under the "Periodicals" tab for a specific journal article.
If the periodical is available in the library, the journal finder will provide a date range and link to the database where the periodical can be found. Click on the range you would like to look at.
Once you have selected your date range, you can choose to search within the full publication for articles that fit your topic, or you can browse by issue.
It is important to note that you do not use the journal finder to search for your topic, but only the title of a specific periodical. To search for your topic instead, you may use One Search.
You may find while searching for some periodicals, like The Wall Street Journal, that current issues are only available in the library as a hard copy. These are available for you to use and read while in the library only and cannot be checked out.
As a student, you also have access to an online subscription to The New York Times. Click the link below to activate your subscription.
Do you have a citation for a journal article that you want to find?
Use Journal Search to see if we subscribe to the journal it was published in.
This tool is a JOURNAL SEARCH. It tells you if we subscribe to a journal, magazine, or newspaper. NO ARTICLE TITLES. NO RESEARCH TOPICS. Use a database for researching a topic.