is home an international selection of current print newspapers and a rich microform collection of archival documents and historical newspapers including the Tulane Hullabaloo and the Times-Picayune, among many others. You can find microfilm/microfiche printers and scanners. Digital scanners enable reading, scanning, and printing microforms; editing scanned documents; saving documents to a flash drive; and sending files to an email account, Dropbox, or a Google Drive account.
Current print newspapers are shelved in alphabetical order in the central lobby area on the sixth floor of Howard-Tilton. If assistance is needed, please ask at the sixth floor Service Desk.
Tulane's beloved news source has changed names over the years. Read about campus happenings and events in our historical collections on microfilm at Howard-Tilton from 1894 to 2018 or page through the paper editions from 1996 to present in the comfort of the Schiro Reading Room on the 2nd floor of Jones Hall.
In addition to the current issues of both domestic & international print newspapers housed on the 6th floor of Howard-Tilton, both the Latin American Library and the Louisiana Research Collection maintain extensive print newspaper holdings in their respective subject areas.
Non-Rare Latin American Library printed newspapers, including both archival and current issues, can be located by doing a keyword search for "LAL Newspapers in Storage" in the Tulane University Libraries Catalog.
To learn more about archival newspapers held by the Louisiana Research Collection, please contact them directly.