Content of campus newspapers from around the United States can be accessed through Nexis Uni, including more than 500 titles of newspapers and a dozen news broadcast channels. Titles include Arka Tech (Arkansas Tech), Arkansas Traveler (UA Fayetteville), The Bray (Southern Arkansas University - Magnolia), The Herald (Arkansas State University), and The UALR Forum (UA Little Rock).SEC school publications include The Kaleidoscope (University of Alabama), The Plainsman (Auburn University), Gator Times (University of Florida), The Kentucky Kernel (University of Kentucky), The Bayou Bengal (Louisiana State University), Daily Mississippian (University of Mississippi), Reflector (Mississippi State University), The Maneater (University of Missouri), The Daily Gamecock (University of South Carolina), Maroon Weekly (Texas A & M University), and Inside Vandy (Vanderbilt University). Not included are The Red & Black, which became independent from the University of Georgia in 1980 but still operates as a student newspaper (https://www.redandblack.com/) and The Daily Beacon (University of Tennessee) (http://www.utdailybeacon.com/).
To limit a search ONLY to campus news sources, enter your search term in the main search box, then in the left hand menu box, select Sources / University Wire.
To browse a list of current Nexis Uni student newspapers, click this link to download an Excel file, http://www.lexisnexis.com/sources, then select the page "Aggregate Sources--News," then scroll down to "University Wire," around line 1295. You can search by title in the database through the instructions listed below.
|Search for a source||Enter the name (or part of a name) of a source under Search Within Sources in the left pane, then select the search icon ().|
|Browse through all sources alphabetically||Use the alphabetical listing to find the source you want.|
|Select a source by category, jurisdiction, practice area, or publisher||Using the options in the Narrow by pane, select an option from Category, Jurisdiction, Practice Area & Topics, and so forth. Then select a sub-category, if there is one, from the options in the main section of the page.|