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Spring Break Hours

Hey all you amazing Flyers! Since Spring Break has been shortened this year, we will not be changing our hours during this time.

It’s FINALLY warm again!!!

Our hours are still 7:30a-10p M-Th, 7:30a-5p Fri, 9a-5p Sat, 10a-10p Sun.

So if you need to get your midterm projects done, we are here for you!

All the News That’s Fit to Print

Does this ever happen to you, Flyers?


No worries! Your Lewis University Library has access to many newspapers electronically, including: the New York Times, Chicago Tribune, the Wall Street Journal, and MORE!

You can access our newspapers by heading directly to our A-Z database link here:


Or you can search for newspaper articles directly in Primo! Make sure to sign in using your MyLewis account information!

Select Newspaper search…
and browse away!

Let us know if you have any questions!

How do I access articles in Primo?

So you’ve logged in and have your keywords all set up and you see your results list.

Now how do you access your article?!

The red square has your answers!

Under View Online, click on one of the database titles to be taken directly to your article in the database. If your article doesn’t show up in one, try another! Holdings can vary from database to database. You can even click on the Unpaywall link to be taken to an OpenAccess version of the article, which is the same article that you will find in one of our databases!

Happy Searching, Flyers!

Final paper got you stressed?

It’s nearly time to submit that final paper for your class, but you’ve run into a dead end. How can you find the type and number of resources that your teacher requires?!

We have you covered. Make an appointment with one of our research librarians who will happily walk you through how to use our new Primo Discover Tool, and show you all the tips and tricks to suit your research needs.

Make a zoom appointment or a phone appointment!

Need help with the paper itself? Contact the Writing Center! They can do everything from proofreading to helping you with your citations.

Good luck on your finals, Flyers!

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