You may or may not know that the Library now subscribes to three daily newspapers (Monday-Friday editions only) during Full Term. As well as the Financial Times and The Guardian, starting this term, in response to requests, we have added The Times.
The newspapers are for reference only. They are kept in the ground floor reading area; please read them there. Do not take them to other locations in the Library. We keep old copies of the newspapers for reference in our Journals Collection on the top floor.
Note that a range of newspaper searchable archives are subscribed to by the University via the eresources@cambridge portal including the Financial Times and The Times Digital Archive. Also, the newspapers’ own websites (linked above) usually have all current content free of charge (except for the Financial Times) but they do not necessarily contain a comprehensive or freely accessible archive.
We also subscribe to several journals of general interest including The Economist, The Spectator, Prospect, BBC Music Magazine, Gramophone, TLS: The Times Literary Supplement, and The New York Review of Books. As with the newspapers, they are for reference only to be read in the Library.