Mount Holyoke College now has a group subscription to the New York Times website, nytimes.com! This means current Mount Holyoke students, faculty, and staff can get free Basic Digital Access to nytimes.com. You can pay for extras like Games or Cooking on your own.
Along with 24/7 breaking news, MHC's nytimes.com access includes:
Watch this tutorial video explaining how to activate your account then visit http://accessnyt.com and do it. A few tips:
First you may want to consider what your current subscription includes before deciding whether or not to take advantage of the Mount Holyoke subscription. If you do decide to take advantage of the MHC Basic Digital Access subscription, you'll need to cancel your existing nytimes.com subscription:
Once you’ve canceled your Basic Digital Access subscription (or modified your subscription to include only extras like Games or Cooking that you'd like to continue paying for), follow the instructions in the "If you don't already have a personal subscription to nytimes.com" section above to get access via MHC's group subscription.
Once you've created your account, you can download The New York Times app for your smartphone or tablet. Visit The New York Times App or search for "The New York Times" on your device's app store.
The library also offers access to New York Times articles via these ProQuest databases:
While nytimes.com is better for up-to-the-minute news, multimedia content, and the Spanish and Mandarin Chinese editions of The New York Times, ProQuest offers better access to the newspaper's historical content with more sophisticated searching capabilities.
Schedule an in-person or Zoom appointment with a Research Services librarian:
You can also contact the New York Times' support team for education account holders at firstname.lastname@example.org or call their customer care team at 800-591-9233.