Put Down Your #2 Pencils And Use Your .EDU Email To Get Free TimesSelect

The time is now, use your .edu email to access TimesSelect, the subscription section of the New York Times. It’s free for students and teachers. Yay!—MEGHANN MARCO

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  1. Emrikol says:

    Well, so much for the people that have a @school.k12.XX.us address

    I guess high school teachers and students don’t count for real “education”

  2. MattyMatt says:

    Alumni addresses still aren’t eligible, either. Booooooo.

  3. Booo–myname@alumni.myschool.edu doesn’t make the cut.

  4. janine says:

    My Oberlin alumni email worked, but the format for that is myname@world.oberlin.edu. The word “alumni” isn’t in it.

  5. Yaotl says:

    mine worked, just a plain @nyu.edu. I don’t even think we have a distinction between anyone with an e-mail address here. Now if I only cared to read anything on there…

  6. mopar_man says:

    How is this story different than this one?

  7. Thats what I was thinking mopar_man. 4 days ago Meghann? We should sponsor a vacation for Meghann as well.

  8. Johnie says:

    Thank you columbia for lifetime forward :)

  9. Marce says:

    @mopar_man:

    It has a working, direct link. :) I couldn’t figure it out with the earlier article.

  10. Falconfire says:

    as stated screws the huge swath of districts who use the k12 extention, including my district.

  11. saikofish says:

    My lifetime @ocf.berkeley.edu won’t work, but the alumni forwarder @cal.berkeley.edu does. :) Woohoo! According to the New York Times, I’ve re-enrolled in my alma mater with a graduating year of 2010!

  12. infinitysnake says:

    Bah. I work for them, even- abd I still can’t get it for free.

  13. Gev says:

    Part of my job is to help educate residents on how to use our computer systems. That makes me faculty rather than staff, right?