To set up your New York Times account provided by the library:
1. Click on the link above.
2. Sign in through the proxy with your Star ID and password.
3. Create an account using your Star ID followed by @winona.edu or @go.winona.edu as a login and follow the prompts.
4. If you are using a tablet or mobile device, the New York Times is available through an app that can be downloaded to your device. Login with the NYT account information you created in the steps above.
5. Having trouble? Email us!
If you have already created an account, sign in directly to the New York Times website using your WSU email address.
If your login has expired, use this link to search for Winona State University. Follow the prompts for whether you're on or off campus.
Historical articles can be accessed via nyt.com, but you can only view five articles published between 1923-1980 per day. If you need access to more than five historical articles, use the New York Times Historical database available through the library.
U.S. news content from the 1980s to the presen day, from national and regional news sources including The New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, Boston Globe, and the Minneapolis Star Tribune.
Access content such as Godey's Lady's Book 1830-1885, The Civil War: A Newspaper Perspective (November 1860-April 1865), which includes the Charleston Mercury, the New York Herald, and the Richmond Enquirer, and African American Newspapers (19th century).
Over 1,100 periodicals that first began publishing between 1740 and 1900. Includes special interest and general magazines, literary and professional journals, children's and women's magazines, and other historically-significant periodicals.
Over 2 million images in architecture, the arts, fashion, and more. Contributing institutions include the Metropolitan Museum of Art, MOMA, the Guggenheim, and the Louvre. For off campus access you will need to register for an individual Artstor login, a process which must take place on campus.
A digital library of primary sources in American social history from the antebellum period through reconstruction. Strong in education, psychology, American history, sociology, religion, and science and technology. Over 10,000 books and 50,000 journal articles with 19th century imprints.
Open access to Winona-area newspapers from the mid-1800s-1976. Presented by Krueger Library with the support of the Minnesota Historical Society and the cooperation of the Winona County Historical Society.