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What is ProQuest Newsstand?

An online newspaper resource that provides indexed and fully searchable electronic access to around 600 international, national and regional newspapers. Full-text access (including some PDFs) is available for about 300 newspapers, including the Wall Street Journal, USA Today, New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Washington Post, and Chicago Tribune. ProQuest Newsstand™ is brought to you through a partnership with the University of Utah.

How do I Access ProQuest Newsstand?

Go to the Logan Library's ProQuest Newsstand subscription.

Who Should Use ProQuest Newsstand?

Anyone searching for news and information from around the country or the world.

What Subjects Does ProQuest Newsstand Cover?

Anything and everything from around the world.

Can I Use ProQuest Newsstand from Home?

Yes. You will need your Library Card number to login to ProQuest Newsstand from home.

How Can I Get More Help with ProQuest Newsstand?

Click the Help link in the upper right corner of the screen, or Ask a Librarian.

What Other Databases Should I try?

If you are interested in ProQuest Newsstand, you might find the following databases useful:

MasterFile Premier
Articles from popular magazines.
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Newspaper Source
Articles from national and international newspapers.
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Regional Business News
Articles from business newspapers and magazines in all regions of the United States.
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TOPICsearch
Articles on current events for elementary, middle and high school students.
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Utah Newsearch
An online collection of all Utah newspapers, including the Herald Journal, in searchable, full-color, PDF format which can be printed or emailed.
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