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The Library receives a copy of the Wall Street Journal in print:
The latest 3 months of the print issues are kept in current newspapers (as you enter Drexel Library, current newspapers are on your immediate right).
The Library maintains 1972-current year (with a 3-month delay) on microfilm. This is an image of the entire newspaper: each page, including stock charts and ads.
The Library offers online access to the WSJ:
Wall Street Journal (Eastern Edition) 1984 - current. Note: No stock charts, graphs, or photographs are included.
A full image of each issue of the WSJ is available from 2008-current year (with a 3 month delay) through Wall Street Journal Digital Microfilm .
Students can get personal subscriptions:
Students who wish to have a personal copy may also take advantage of a very reasonable rate at the WSJ Website.