The Microforms & Newspapers Department features microfilm/microfiche printers and scanners, microfilm readers and a microfiche reader. Patrons can read and print microforms, scan documents to a CD-ROM or flash drive, and send files to an email account.
Current print newspapers are shelved in alphabetical order in the Microforms & Newspapers Department on the sixth floor of Howard-Tilton.
Tulane's beloved news source has changed names over the years. Read about campus happenings and issues in our historical collections on microfilm in Howard-Tilton, or page through the paper editions of that last two decades in the comfort of the Schiro Reading Room on the 2nd floor of Jones Hall.
Microforms available include a large collection of Louisiana newspapers dating from the early 19th century; Tulane University newspapers from 1894; FBIS Reports arranged by region; over 4000 restored Latin American Library microfilms and British Parliamentary papers. Also available in microforms are domestic and foreign newspapers, including: