Answered By: Laura Sider
Last Updated: Mar 09, 2017     Views: 1826

Q: Do I have access to the New Yorker?
Answered by: Laura Sider

Yes!  The New Yorker is available in hard copy and also online.

Online

Online access is available through a number of our databases.  Click on the following link to connect to the online record: 

  Then select the link "Full Text."  Select a database that will give you access to the years you are interested in reviewing.

Current issues are available in the Opinion Archives database. A full page view is available in this database.

   Getting prompted for a login? Click here for more information.

Hard Copies:

Hard copies of current issues are in the Periodical Reading Room (PRR) at Sterling Memorial Library in "Section 9."  Please note, these items are to be used in the reading room and do not circulate.

Microfilm:

The New Yorker is also available on microfilm.  Click on this link to access the library record: http://hdl.handle.net/10079/bibid/482779

Other options are available, so if you don't find what you need or have questions, please email askyale@gmail.com for further assistance.

Related Questions