The Library subscribes to the digital edition of The New York Times that you can access on any device or computer!
Using your Taft email address, register for your free academic pass by clicking here: https://nytimes.com/passes.
NOTE: Once registered, you have unlimited access to all content on NYTimes.com for one year. You will need to renew your registration every 12 months to maintain access by clicking on https://nytimes.com/passes.
For more information on NYTimes.com passes, go to https://help.nytimes.com/hc/en-us/articles/115015957688-NYTimes-com-passes.
We have online access to Waterbury’s daily newspaper, Republican-American.
Many Republican-American articles are freely available online at http://www.rep-am.com, but if you come to an article with the message "You Need to be Logged in and have an Active Subscription", you may email Mr. Padgett, Ms. Taylor or Mr. Previti from your Taft email address for the Taft Library account username and password.
NOTE: Because this is a community-wide account, please refrain from commenting on articles.
Currently, The Wall Street Journal is not available digitally through the library, but it is fully accessible on the day of publication via these ProQuest databases: ABI/INFORM Collection and U.S. Major Dailies.
To limit your search to WSJ, change the default search field from "Anywhere" to "Publication Title." To limit your search to the current day, select "On This Date" in the Publication Date field and enter the current date (month, day, year).
The Post offers a special Academic subscription rate to all active K-12 teachers and U.S. college students, faculty, and staff. This subscription provides unlimited digital access to washingtonpost.com on any device and unlimited access to all Washington Post apps.
For more information, and to subscribe, go to: https://subscribe.washingtonpost.com/acqlite/edu-offer/.
Recent issues (2014-Present) can be accessed online at: https://papyrus.taftschool.org
The Papyrus archive (1894-2012) can be accessed by authenticated Taft users via the Academic Drive for The Papyrus
*Note: All issues are PDFs and searchable using Ctrl+F.