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Newspapers and newswires are good resources for current events although they are not considered "scholarly." Additionally, newspapers have editorial sections in which they present written opinion. While these editorials may be edited, they do not go through a strict review process. These are good sources to use if you need to see how a certain population feels about an issue. Newspapers have sections that do in-depth reporting, but you must look carefully at what is being said in the article to distinguish these articles from editorials.


Newspaper Databases

The CSU-Global Library subscribes to a number of different newspaper collections that contain different topics:


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