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Periodicals with Free Personal Accounts: Home

Access to the digital edition of several periodicals require personal registration using Union email account. The titles include: New York Times, Wall Street Journal and Chronicle of Higher Education

Periodicals with Free Individual Subscription


 New York Times
1: Please go to to register using your email.

 2: Once registered, you can access the digital NYT using browsers and apps.

 3: The subscription is valid as long as you are affiliated with Union.

 4: The fastest way to renew/reactivate your subscription is to create an account using your Union credentials.

 Access trouble? Please contact NYT customer care:

Chronicle of Higher Education

1. You need to register using a computer connected to the Union network. Log into the library Chronicle page ( )
2. Click on Sign In and then on the Sign Up tab.
3. Register using your Union email.
4. Use this link to access your account:

Access trouble? Please contact CHE support: or call 202-466-1000

 Wall Street Journal
1: Go to

2: Once on the page, please use your email for registration.

3: Create your own password: 5-15 characters long that contains at least one number. May not contain spaces, +, % or &.

4: You will receive and email confirmation from DownJones with subject "The Wall Street Journal Order confirmation".

5: You are set! You can also use apps to link to your subscription.

Access trouble?  800-568-7625 OR


Follow this link to access content using your Union credentials.

Facsimile of issues of popular magazines. Courtesy of Schaffer Library, You have access to the latest issues of the following popular magazines: The New York Review of Books, The New Yorker, The Atlantic, Bloomberg Businessweek, Consumer Reports, National Review, , Rolling Stone, TIME,  Wired, Washington Monthly, National Geographic, and Architectural Digest.
Patronization of access is through Flipster iOS and Android apps.

Access Trouble: Please contact EBSCO:

Flipster FAQ

PressReader Database** 

Create an account using social media or Gmail to access apps content.

You need to use the campus network to create and maintain access to database content. Without maintaining Union network connection, your access and your ability to download issues will expire in 7 days.

Access trouble? Please contact PressReader:

**Coverage includes access to current content, and up to 60 days of back issues to more than 6,000 newspapers and magazines from more than 100 countries and in over 60 languages.

The database provides an enhanced digital replica of your favorite publication just the way the title was printed. Please click here for more information about PressReader.

 Titles include:  The Guardian, Daily News, New York Post, Los Angeles Times, Philadelphia Inquirer, Chicago Tribune, The Times of India, Le Figaro, Variety, The Washington Times and Newsweek.