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A: Current articles from the Financial Times are available in print on the 9th floor of the Bobst Library, in the current periodicals and newspapers section. The Financial Times embargoes their articles for one month after publication, meaning that we cannot provide online access to them during that time. There are some other publishers who embargo their articles as well.
A: When articles are archived in databases they are typically stripped of their formatting and images. If you need to see how an article appeared on the page or if you need the images, you may need to view the physical version or a scan of one. First, check if your publication is included on PressReader. If it's not, search for the publication title in BobCat or swing by the Current Periodicals Room on the 3rd Floor of Bobst (or see the box/table above for a current list) to see if we have it. If you can't find it in any of those locations, you may need to order it via Interlibrary Loan (ILL).
A: Unfortunately, no, the libraries does not currently have a site license for all of the content on nytimes.com. However, through our subscriptions the NYU Libraries has access to the full-text of the current editions of the New York Times, images and full text of historical editions (there is a rolling embargo of the most current three years), and some NYT video content.
A: NYU does not provide discounted subscriptions to any publications. However, many major media companies offer student discounts for their publications.