Just want to find any news articles on your topic?
Try the library's subscription news databases found on this research guide: US for American news sources, International for news sources from around the world, and Historic for news sources going back as far as the 19th century.
Most newspapers, magazines, and broadcast companies have a corresponding web site. This doesn't mean that all of their content is available freely on the Web, however, so consider a Web search for news complimentary to searching the MHC article databases available on this guide. You may need to look in multiple places to find the information you want. Some tools for searching news on the web:
To find out if the library has access to a specific newspaper or magazine title, use the Journal Locator to search for the title (you can also browse an alphabetical list of titles from that page). Once you find the title, the Journal Locator will show what Full Text Access options are available for it in print and/or electronically.
If you've found a reference to a specific article that you'd like to get a copy of either in print or electronically, search that article title in Discover and in ProQuest News & Newspapers (one of the few library databases that Discover does not search). When you find the article, be sure to click "Get It" to see if the library has access to it electronically and, if not, use the Get It page's "Request from another library" link to request a copy of the article via interlibrary loan.