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New! Online Subscription to The Economist

By Macee Damon
February 15, 2023

Bentley Library is pleased to provide subscriptions to The Economist to current faculty, students and staff, available via The Economist website and/or free mobile apps for Android and iOS users.


Are You Subscribed? Get Free Online Access to NYTimes, WSJ & FT!

By Lisa Curtin
January 31, 2021

Did you know that the library provides free online access to The New York TimesThe Wall Street Journal and Financial Times for current Bentley students, staff and faculty? Sign up for your subscriptions today!

Registration links, renewal information, and key features:


Free Online Subscriptions to Leading News Sources

By Lisa Curtin
February 25, 2020

Have you heard that the library provides free online access to The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal and Financial Times for current Bentley students, staff and faculty? Sign up for your subscriptions today!

Registration links and key features:


Introducing Free Access to the Financial Times Online!

By Katie Leahy
September 24, 2019

Current Bentley University students, faculty and staff members now have free access to the Financial Times website!

The Bentley Library has a subscription that gives members of the Bentley community full access to the content on Users can also access the Financial Times using FT apps for iOS and Android.


Databases of the Month: Online Newspapers and News Databases

By Lisa Curtin
April 18, 2018

What should you do when you want to read a news article online and you've run into a paywall? Don't grab your credit card or spend valuable time searching Google for a "free" version of the article. We have or can get what you need! The library provides access to hundreds of thousands of newspaper articles and other news sources (e.g.


Databases to Get You Through the Paywall

By Lisa Curtin
March 28, 2011
We're happy to remind you that the Bentley Library has same-day, full-text access to articles from the New York Times via two of our databases: Factiva and ProQuest. ...

Following the Impact of the Japanese Earthquake: Using Global Insight and Factiva

By Colleen Mullally
March 17, 2011

On March 11, the northeastern region of Japan was devastated by one of the largest earthquakes on record. The resulting tsunami, with its 30 foot waves, wiped out whole coastal areas and currently a difficult search and rescue mission is underway in towns made isolated and nearly inaccessible by the path of destruction.  Meanwhile, the world is watching as the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, which was hit by the 9.0 earthquake, struggles to avoid a nuclear meltdown after numerous emergency failures resulted in structural damage to the reactors and left spent fuel rods exposed.


Get Your Daily News (Online) at the Library

By Lisa Curtin
September 23, 2009
Let us be your virtual newsstand. Get free online access to national, international and local newspapers via the library's databases. ...
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