Tag Archives: newspapers

Featured Resource: Artemis Primary Sources

The Artemis Primary Source interface is a tool that can be used to search across databases that contain historical newspaper and other periodicals. The collections Artemis searches include the 17th and 18th Century Burney Collection, British Newspapers 1600-1950, Eighteenth Century … Continue reading

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Wall Street Journal, Where Are You??

Looking for the Wall Street Journal? Go to the Journal Holdings List (linked from the Library’s home page) and search for it…you probably want the Eastern Edition. Click ABI/Inform and either search within this newspaper, or browse issues by date. … Continue reading

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Clear and Present Safety talk M Oct 7

Michael Cohen, author of Live from the Campaign Trail: The Greatest Presidential Campaign Speeches of the 20th Century and How They Shaped Modern America, columnist for The Guardian on U.S. politics and foreign policy, and Century Foundation Fellow, will talk … Continue reading

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Royal Purple articles – searching & finding

Are you looking for Royal Purple articles from the past? Andersen Library has been working to create an index to Royal Purple articles, and while this is an ongoing project, you can search what’s been done so far. The index … Continue reading

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70th anniversary of “a date which will live in infamy”

December 7 is “a date which will live in infamy.” Do you recognize this quote? 70 years ago President Franklin D. Roosevelt said that about the day of Japan’s bombing of the U.S. Naval Base at Pearl Harbor in his … Continue reading

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Info on the WI state budget

UW-Madison library school student Kim Pittman and Beth Harper, Government Documents Reference Librarian @ Memorial Library, created a research guide to the “Wisconsin State Budget.” This guide includes information about the state budget process as well the the 2011-13 biennial … Continue reading

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Featured Resource: America’s Newspapers

If you’re looking for fulltext articles from the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel or Chicago Tribune, you’ll be disappointed to learn that these newspapers were recently withdrawn from LexisNexis and EBSCO Newspaper Source Plus. But don’t despair. The Library now subscribes to America’s … Continue reading

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Honoring JFK

John F. Kennedy, 35th President of the United States, was assassinated on Nov. 22, 1963. A great deal of controversy surrounds his assassination:  Was there a larger conspiracy?  Were there additional shooters?  Was organized crime involved?  Was the government hiding … Continue reading

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Fire Prevention Week 10/3-9

October 3-9 is Fire Prevention Week. Yes, there’ll be fire drills on campus. The intent is to remind everyone of the importance of fire prevention and safety. The National Fire Protection Association provides a lot of information, including a history … Continue reading

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September Feature: Online Resource Extravaganza

We’ve conjured up more database magic for our users. By cancelling print or lesser-used online products, we’ve been able to add many new databases to our repertoire during the spring and summer. Here are some of the latest additions. For … Continue reading

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