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Start you research by getting general information about your chosen subject.
A general search in a source such as The New York Times helps you to get an idea of the latest developments on your subject. The New York Times covers all the major topics in the news be it climate change or Beavers (the animals not the teams).
CUNY students get free access to The New York Times Digital Edition and The Wall Street Journal.
Follow the links below to start your free subscriptions that also give you access to the phone apps for each resource.
For access to New York Times Digital, full access to the NYTimes.com page and the NY Times smart phone app simply register with your CCNY Email address.
Be sure to create a NYTimes.com account using your City College email address. You can enter a new password, or use your existing email password if you prefer.
Select the emails you'd like to receive from the NY Times, then click "Create My Account." On the Welcome page, click "Continue" and select "Check your email." Look for a "Confirm your email" message from the NY Times in your City College email account (it should arrive within 15 minutes). Click on the link to confirmation email.
If you have any questions please contact Sean O'Heir at email@example.com,
The Wall Street Journal is available to all members of the CUNY community. Use your City College email address to activate your account for online & smartphone app access. Click more for subscription details
1. Professor/Staff Membership Expiration
All professors & staff retain WSJ membership for one year after activating. After that, they will have to re-activate their membership.
2. Student Membership Expiration
When a student activates their membership, they are required to input their graduation date & year. This is their membership expiration date. If they graduate later than expected and lose access, they can always re-activate their membership.