New York Times

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The New York Times, nicknamed the "Gray Lady", is an internationally renowned newspaper that keeps its headquarters downtown. It is (unofficially) a "newspaper of record". The New York Times is thought to have a slight left-wing bias.

Free copies are available in the lobby of John Jay Hall and just beyond the swipe access turnstiles in Lerner Hall. Those copies are paid for by CCSC, out of your student life fee.

If you lean more to the right, or you're looking for some better business coverage, head over to Uris Hall for a free copy of the FT. Or just pony up the $99 for a 1-year student subscription to the WSJ. Or type "Wall Street Journal" into CLIO and view the WSJ for free.

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