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We now have an academic license to The New York Times.

You will be able to log in with an an authorized email at and also via the app.

First you have to create an account by authenticating via Rider University. This is a one-time process.

1. Use the proxied link (below) in the Databases list, which identifies you as a Rider affiliate.

2. Log in with your Rider Key.

3. Create an account. You can use your Rider Google account or another option.

4. Choose your affiliation (student, faculty, other).

5. Once the account is created, you can log in via the authentication method you chose at or in the New York Times app.

1. Access The New York Times via

2. Log in with the account you created when registering via Rider University's special link.

New York Times homepage with login button circled in red in upper right hand side of screen.r provides full access to all New York Times digital content, including news, multimedia, reviews, opinions, blogs, videos, podcasts, and newsletters. You may use your account to email, share, and comment on content. includes all articles published from 1851 to the present. Many articles published between September 18, 1851 and December 31, 2002 are viewed using the TimesMachine interface, which displays full-page newspaper images. TimesMachine articles may be viewed in the browser or downloaded as PDFs. For the years 1923-1980, patrons are limited to viewing or downloading 5 PDFs per 24-hour period.

The New York Times app is available on a wide range of devices. The app primarily provides access to current content; it does not include all the historic articles found at