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SOCI 134: Globalization & Inequality (Chiaraluce)

Browse Front Pages of World Newspapers

Here's another way to find some newspapers to follow: use the Newseum website and sort by a particular world region. Look at the front pages and pick some to follow more intentionally. You could also use Newseum to see how a particular front-page topic is treated across different newspapers.

Once you find a newspaper in Newseum that you're interested in, find its URL and visit it regularly. You will likely find you can only get so many free article before you hit the paywall, where it tells you to purchase a subscription.

When you hit that paywall, check the SCU library for the publication because we purchase subscriptions to thousands of news sources. Watch this 4-minute video to learn how to find and read a newspaper in the library


Click to launch the Newseum website where you can select a region to browse.

An image of the Newseum list of South American papers.