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Databases listed alphabetically.


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    New York Times may also be found in:

  • Business Insights: Essentials (1985-present) full text
  • General Reference Center Gold (1985 - present) full text
  • Newspaper Source (1985 - presented) full text
  • Opposing Viewpoints in Context (1985 - present) full text
  • ProQuest Newstand (1980, June - present) full text

Databases by Discipline


Locate journals by title or subject.

FLIPSTER (e-Magazines)

Database Access - On/Off Campus/Problems?

Access to many of these resources is limited to Huntingdon College faculty, staff, and currently enrolled students.  Free databases are marked with an asterisk (*). 

Registered Huntingdon College students may access the library's databases from off campus. You will need a current library card in order to do so.  After clicking the name of any database, you will be asked to enter your library card # and password.

Should you experience problems in accessing the databases, email Mr. Daniel Dubei (  Please note if you email Mr. Dubei after 10:00 pm, you probably won't receive an answer until the next morning.

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