From the library home page, click on eJournals by Title in the left menu bar. In the Full Text Finder search box, type the title of the paper you are interested in and click Search (you can search any newspaper or journal here). Find the title in the results list and click on the plus sign next to the link to open a list of databases providing Full Text Access. You should see something like this:
New York Times
- Academic OneFile 01/01/1985 - present
- Business Insights: Essentials 01/01/1985 - present
- Expanded Academic ASAP 01/01/1985 - present
- General OneFile 01/01/1985 - present
- InfoTrac Newsstand 01/01/1985 - present
- Opposing Viewpoints In Context 01/01/1985 - present
- Popular Magazines 01/01/1985 - present
- ProQuest Newsstand National Newspapers Premier 06/01/1980 - present
Wall Street Journal (eastern edition)
- ABI/INFORM Complete 01/02/1984 - present
- ProQuest Health Management 01/02/1984 - present
- ProQuest Newsstand National Newspapers Premier 01/02/1984 - present
Of the databases listed, check coverage dates for a range that says "present" (in this case all of them do, but this is not always the case). Click on the database option that provides the coverage range you need. Each interface is a little different (Gale vs. ProQuest vs. EBSCO), but each should offer you the option to pick the date of the paper you are interested in and read the articles of the day.
Note: Some databases provide full text coverage up to and including the current day while others provide full text coverage up to and including the previous day. Occasionally some articles may not be included in the database even though they appeared in the hard copy paper. Each of these situations is due to licensing between the database vendor and the publisher; Douglas Library has no control over content coverage.