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Newspapers & News Sources from Pepperdine Libraries: Home
Pepperdine Libraries are excited to announce a partnership with the Barron’s in Education Program from Dow Jones. Our license gives us 24/7 content from Barron’s. Our subscription was a gift from Pepperdine Law School alumnus and Wealth Management Advisor with Merrill, David G. Adishian. The goal of this partnership is to spur financial education, learn from investing’s best minds, and foster professional growth in U.S. business schools. Follow this link to register for a Barrons.com account using your Pepperdine.edu e-mail address (restricted to current faculty, students and staff)
After creating a free Barron's in Education account using your Pepperdine email address at the link above, visit barrons.com to sign in and gain access to content and columns such as:
Up & Down Wall Street
Review & Preview
Funds & Income Investing.
Wall Street Journal (wsj.com)
Pepperdine Libraries provides full complimentary access to Wall Street Journal (WSJ.com) to Pepperdine students, faculty, and staff.
U.S. Major Dailies provides access to the five major U.S. national and regional newspapers: New York Times (1980 - present), Washington Post (1987 - present), Los Angeles Times (1985 - present), Chicago Tribune, (1985 - present), and Wall Street Journal (1984 - present).
Nexis Uni™ features more than 15,000 news, business and legal sources from LexisNexis®—including U.S. Supreme Court decisions dating back to 1790—with an intuitive interface that offers quick discovery across all content types, personalization features such as Alerts and saved searches and a collaborative workspace with shared folders and annotated documents. For an overview of how to use Nexis Uni, visit this page.
This database is only available to current Pepperdine students, faculty, and staff.
All programming that has aired on C-SPAN since 1987 (200,000 hours) is available for online viewing. Many programs aired since 2003 have searchable text transcripts of the program’s closed captioning. C-SPAN (Cable-Satellite Public Affairs Network) is a private non-profit company, created in 1979 by the cable television industry as a public service.