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Dance 101: New Times Arts Section

Arts Section

As UI students, you have access to the New York Times. The New York Times Arts section often has reviews of recent dance events.

Accessing the New York Times

In partnership with the Office of the Provost & Executive Vice President, the UI Library offers all UI students, faculty, and staff online access to the New York Times. This means that members of the UI community have full access to, New York Times mobile apps, and New York Times in Education.

To activate your pass, follow these steps:

  • Visit
  • Type “University of Idaho” in the search window and select “University of Idaho – Moscow, ID”
  • Click “Create Account” and use your “” or “” email address to create your account
    • If you already have an account that uses your uidaho  email address, login with that account
    • If you already have a paid subscription using your uidaho email address, you will need to cancel your paid subscription and then follow the above steps after your cancellation is complete
  • Verify your account using the confirmation email

Accounts are active for one year and can be renewed each year as long as your uidaho email address is active.

The access provided is equivalent to the “Basic” subscription level and does not include the crossword or the Insider section. Due to copyright limitations, access to archival content from 1923 to 1980 is limited to a set number of downloads per user per day.

NY Times for Education

Our campus subscription offers access to The New York Times in Education which provides articles sorted by discipline with related instructional strategies and activities and other content curated by scholars.

The New York Times in Education requires a separate registration. Please use your uidaho email address when registering.

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