Answered By: Chris Clouser
Last Updated: Jan 29, 2015     Views: 86

IUP students do have access to the Wall Street Journal, but not through WSJ.com. The Library provides access through the Proquest database system. You can find the WSJ database by going to the Library Home Page (www.iup.edu/library) and selecting the "All Databases" option. Then scroll down to "Wall Street Journal" in the alphabetic list. This will take you to the Proquest system. When you first get in to Proquest, you'll be given the default keyword searching page. If you would like to browse a particular issue, just click on the "Publications" link at the top. The only option you'll be given is WSJ, but once you select it, you'll be able to browse by date. I did check and they had today's (3/14) newspaper in the system. This database only goes back to 1987, but we also have the "Historical Wall Street Journal" database which goes back to the very 1st issue.

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