The Library is now offering access to the Wall Street Journal, including daily news reporting and coverage from around the world.
To access, visit https://wsj.com/uva. You will be prompted to create an account, which you can then use on wsj.com, the Wall Street Journal app, and the Wall Street Journal archives.
With the highest print circulation in the United States, the Wall Street Journal is available in English, Chinese, and Japanese, and users can view the online and print versions through wsj.com. The print edition of the Journal has been available continuously since its launch in 1889, and the paper has won 38 Pulitzer Prizes.
In addition to the Wall Street Journal, Library users can…
- Read the New York Times online: Learn how to create your free New York Times account.
- Browse a large number of contemporary papers through Factiva.
- Access more than 50 newspaper databases, including historical newspapers. Many of these are also discoverable in Virgo.
Accounts are available to active students, faculty, and staff using a virginia.edu email account.
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