Did you know that you have direct access to the New York Times through the University Libraries? University of Nevada, Reno staff, faculty, and students with a valid NetID can create a free New York Times account to access news content from 1851 to present. If you do not have a New York Times account or would like to connect your existing account, visit the Library’s New York Times Guide for more help.
Please note that institutional access will work for one calendar year. You will need to log in from an on-campus computer or use the proxied link from off-campus to re-establish access one year from the date that you registered.
Renewing Your New York Times Account
If you already have a New York Times account through the Libraries, you will know that you need to renew your access when you are denied access to articles or prompted to pay for content. (You will not get a message telling you that you need to renew.) You will need to remember to reactivate your account every year (12-months). Fortunately, it is easy to restore access!
- Log in from an on-campus computer or use the proxied link from off-campus. You will be prompted to log in with your University NetID
- Select your University affiliation (student, faculty, etc.) and follow the next steps
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