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Access News Anywhere with New Digital Access
Students, faculty, and staff now have access to The Wall Street Journal and the New York Times online and mobile apps. Learn how to register and what's included.
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Access to the News at No Cost

As a Penn State student, you have print and digital access to local and national newspapers at no cost. You can pick up a paper in kiosks and open air racks around campus. Many of the newspapers also offer no-cost digital access with a Penn State account. 

Participating Publications

Where Can I find Newspapers?

Newspapers are available Monday—Friday in kiosks and open air racks throughout University Park campus during the semester. During the summer, distribution is limited. Visit our digital access page for information on how to access news website and apps. 

Commonwealth Campuses

Most Commonwealth Campuses have access to printed newspapers. The available newspapers vary by location. Digital access is also available for all students at the Commonwealth Campuses.  

Our Purpose

We want to help students stay informed on local, national, and global news and to gain a broader perspective inside and outside of classrooms. To achieve this goal, we provide access to physical and digital news sources at no-additional-cost to students.

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