Instead of using Google, use the library's online resources and databases to find articles.
Finding articles this way is different than searching via Google, but you have access to more resources this way. If you find articles via Google, you may be asked to pay for them.
If you need help, ask a librarian, and we will be happy to help you navigate these resources.
The following links will take you to the magazine or newspaper within the library's databases. Look for a box that says "Search within publication," or click on a specific date to see all the articles from that issue.
The library has many print magazines and newspapers you can look through to find your articles. Stop by the library, and you'll find the current issues on the lower level.
Examples of magazines and newspapers you'll find:
New York Times