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Access the Daily Wall Street Journal via ProQuest

This guide describes how to read current Wall Street Journal (WSJ) articles via our "ABI/INFORM Complete" ProQuest database.

Wall Street Journal at Sawyer Library
Sawyer Library has access to Wall Street Journal in physical and various electronic formats. Besides maintaining the most recent 2 months of WSJ in print, the library also subscribes to historical scanned images of the paper. However, most students will want access to Wall Street Journal 1984-present, updated daily. This database specializes in providing the most up-to-date access to Wall Street Journal articles, but it lacks any images.


Using Sawyer Library's Free Online Access to Wall Street Journal Articles
In order to use the free Wall Street Journal access the library provides, you need to access the relevant WSJ database links. Database links allow for on-campus access as well as off-campus use anywhere, anytime, via our authentication servers. For off-campus use, enter your university login information when prompted. Googling WSJ articles or browsing will not utilize your university sponsored access.


Accessing the Current Wall Street Journal Database

Find the link to Wall Street Journal 1984-present under Databases by Subject--General Resources--News...


... or in the Alphabetical Database list under "W"



The "ABI/INFORM Collection" landing page allows you to search, browse or set up alerts.


So remember, article content from Wall Street Journal is available to you for free through the Sawyer Library. As always, if you have questions about using this resource, check in with librarians at the Reference Desk.