Reading the opinion pages and submission requirements of leading newspapers can provide great background for understanding how to write a powerful and successful op-ed. If you’re ready to try submitting to one of these papers, submission information is provided below.
Lauinger Library - Browse recent issues of The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Washington Times, The Wall Street Journal, and Financial Times in the Pierce Reading Room. Selected other newspapers in print are on the second floor, against the wall near the stairs and elevator.
Williams Law Library - Ask a the Circulation Desk for recent issues of The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal, and Financial Times.
If you are not a subscriber, you will only be able to read a limited number of articles each month on the paper’s website, or in the case of The Wall Street Journal, you will only be able to read the first few sentences of an article. Information on discounted academic subscriptions is listed below, or you can access articles through the library’s subscription databases (free access if you are on campus or log in with your GU NetID).