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Note1: Follow these instructions for off-campus access (PDF) to Chronicle of Higher Education.

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Note3: We no longer provides access to digital subscriptions to Articles published in the New York Times are available through Nexis Uni. Click the 'Continue' button and use the 'Search Within Results' filter to include a search term to find articles.

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