The Reed College Library offers all Reed students, faculty, and staff free online access to the New York Times. This means that members of the community have full access to nytimes.com, mobile News apps for iOS and Android, newsletters, and New York Times in Education.
What you need in order to activate or renew your account:
Before you set up your Reed account:
Instructions to activate your account or renew your account.
After claiming your access, you can sign into your NYT account directly at nytimes.com from any computer using the same email and password used to create your account. There is no need to go through the library's URL again until your account needs to be renewed.
If you are accessing NYT on a public computer, please remember to sign out.
New York Times in Education may be of special interest to faculty, because it provides articles sorted by discipline with related instructional strategies, plus activities and other content curated by scholars.
This is a different site from nytimes.com. On campus, you can access it directly from the A-Z list; if you would like to reach this service from off-campus, you will need to set up an account through a separate registration page.