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Emory Newspapers and Magazines

The full text of each issue of the Emory Lawyer is available on the Emory Law School website from Spring 2010 through the current issue. Older issues are available in print in the Emory Law Archives.

The Emory Report is available to browse in full text on the Emory University website from 1995 through the current issue. 

The Dooley Report is also available to browse in full text on the University website from 2016 through the current issue. 

The Emory Wheel was founded in 1919 and is currently the only independent, student-run newspaper of Emory University. The Wheel publishes weekly (Wednesday) during the academic year, except during University holidays and scheduled publication intermissions.

Additional campus news sources are available from the Emory News Center


Newspaper Databases at Emory

Emory has a News Sources subject heading in the Databases@Emory collection. This collection has 88 news source databases, including historical newspapers.

Databases@Emory: News Sources


Newspapers on Microfilm at Emory

Beyond the news sources available electronically, Emory has a microfilm collection of newspapers from around the world.  You can check for newspapers via Emory Library's catalog, discoverE.  In addition, the librarians at Woodruff Library have created several research guides with information on the newspaper collections available at Emory.  


Woodruff Library Research Guides on Newspapers:


What if it is not available at Emory?

If a newspaper is not available at Emory (via one of our databases or microfilm collections), we can help find it at another library.  ILLiad is Emory's system for processing interlibrary loans.  Once logged into ILLiad, you will need to fill out the "starred" (*) sections plus any additional information you can provide. Please keep in mind that interlibrary loan requests will take more time to process and be delivered.

ILLiad (Emory's Interlibrary Loan system)

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