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Manhattan Mercury: Do you have today's issue? How about the Wall Street Journal?
Kansas State University at Manhattan
Our subscription to these newspapers do not usually allow us to have same-day delivery and be available right away. However, if you’re affiliated with Kansas State University and have a student K-State ID card, you can use the card in one of the many free newspaper vending machines across campus. There is one machine in Hale, across from the gates next to the pop machine. Another of these free newspaper vending machines is located in the basement of Seaton Hall, just outside room 063. These machines are part of a Student Newspaper Readership Program and usually contain the Kansas City Star, Manhattan Mercury, New York Times, Topeka Capital-Journal and/or USA Today.
We do have some newspapers, such as the The Wall Street Journal, available online. To search for those newspapers, follow these steps:
- Search our e-journals/e-magazines/e-newspapers directory by the name of the journal, magazine, or newspaper
- Click the name in the list of results. A Get It window will open.
- Look at the top of the Get It window to see if we have online access to the date you need. If we do, click the “Get it online from…” link.
Kansas State University at Salina
To learn about the availability of current issues of newspapers at the K-State at Salina Library, please contact a K-State at Salina librarian.