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Affordable Housing Crisis: Newspaper Articles

Using Newspapers for Research

For current events research, newspapers are a great type of source for up to date information. Articles in major US newspapers are likely to be written by professional journalists who present issues in an unbiased fashion and support their statements with evidence, including: 

  • Quotations by the experts they interviewed for the story
  • Links to reports mentioned in the article
  • Facts such as dates and statistics
  • Active links to articles on related topics

Searching for Newspaper Articles

To get started, check out the Library's Newspaper Databases research guide. The guide contains links to all of the Library's newspaper article databases.

You can also ask a Librarian for help!

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