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How do I access the New York Times academic pass that allows me unlimited access to articles for research?

I have read about an academic pass here at UA that allows students to access the NYT. I need to use the NYT as a source for a paper and would like to have full access to it. Thanks!
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Below is the information about the New York Times academic pass.  In addition to the academic pass, UA Libraries provides full-text access through databases: Factiva(current issues) and ProQuest Historical Newspapers(archives).

UA COLLEGIATE READERSHIP PROGRAM — The New York Times has introduced a new benefit of the UA Collegiate Readership Program: full, complimentary access for the NYT website. With each pass claim, people will have full digital access to The New York Times for 24 hours on their computers and smartphones, as well as five articles each day from the 1923-1986 archives. Archive access will be unlimited for all other years. During the term, access will remain available over weekends and holidays. To register, visit on any Web-enabled device and follow the instructions.

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