Answered By: Lisa Louis
Last Updated: Jul 12, 2016     Views: 8

The most current issues of newspapers are kept on racks next to the periodicals near the atrium. 

Print copies of newspapers are usually kept for three months and are located along the exterior wall of the Daily Read Cafe, room 120. 

Back issues of some newspapers are maintained on microfilm, which are shelved by call number in special microfilm cabinets near the cafe.

To find the call number for a newspaper on microfilm, or to see whether an online version is available, consult the Find Journals list.

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