Q. Does the library have newspapers?


Yes, UTSA Libraries have many newspapers online and some in print.  To access newspapers online, begin on the library home page and click on Journals, then type the name of the newspaper you want in the search box. Click the title of the newspaper to view a list of databases that have the newspaper, along with which years are available.

We also have collections of historical and current newspapers available through our databases. Follow the link below to search our Newspaper Databases.

To search for newspapers in print or microfilm, click on Catalog and search by journal or newspaper title. Use the filters on the left-hand side to further narrow the search results. The catalog will let you know its availability and location; whether it is on the shelf or in a microfilm cabinet, and which library holds it.

Current, print newspapers held at the John Peace Library are located on the 3rd floor, to the right of the elevators, shelved alphabetically by title.

Downtown, the newspapers are kept near the study rooms, in the Periodicals & Journals section.

Please follow the links below to view a research guide that has our collections listed, and for floor maps of the John Peace and Downtown Libraries.

For more information and assistance, please call the JPL Information Desk at 210-458-4573 or Chat with Us.

  • Last Updated Sep 19, 2018
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  • Answered By Lupe Ponce Wilson

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