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Political Science: New York Times

Introductory guide for political science and international affairs.

New York Times Pass

Full access to the New York Times and the International New York Times is available for all JCU community, from 1851 to date.

To activate your pass you must be physically on campus and connected to the JCU network. Afterwards, the pass will be available from off campus as well.

Go to and type in John Cabot University in the search box. You will then be redirected to the registration page where you will need to create a account if you haven't already before claiming your annual pass. You must be connected to the school network to set up your access, but you don't necessarily need to have a JCU email address to do that.

At this point, you have full access to, and NYT mobile apps from any location, on or off campus, just by logging into your account.


You can also download NYTimes mobile apps at


New York Times in Education

Once you have your NYT pass active, you can also create an account on The New York Times in Education, a library of curated content from influential educators around the world, recommended articles, and real-life teaching applications. This resource, specially designed for faculty that would like to use the NYT content in their courses, covers multiple disciplinary areas, from education to art, to social sciences, to international relations, and many more.

NYTimes in Education also offers instructional strategies and ideas for co-curricular ideas.