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How to Find Newspapers

What are Newspapers?

Newspapers are a type of periodical. They provide information and opinions on current events and news, and are usually issued daily or weekly. Newspaper can be local, national, or international. 

Print Newspapers in the Library

Print newspapers are located in the wooden shelf unit (shown right) in the Periodicals Area, LRC-4th floor, LINC.

The library retains the current three months of the opens new windowTulsa World, opens new windowUSA Today, opens new windowWall Street Journal and opens new windowTulsa Beacon. The current year plus two years are retained for opens new windowBarron's.

In addition to print copies, many local, national, and international newspaper titles are also available online.

Use ORU newspaper databases or the opens new windowJournal Finder+ to search, access and read your home-town or city newspaper, or get a global perspective on current issues of interest to you.

Inquire at the One-Stop Library Services Desk for assistance.