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The MGHS Flipster subscription allows you unlimited access to both current edition and back issues of the following magazines. Open Flipster your browser for cover-to-cover full page spreads of these great magazines!  

  • Archie
  • The Atlantic 
  • Black Belt 
  • Brain World 
  • Clean Eating 
  • Cool! 
  • Discover 
  • Ebony 
  • Family Fun 
  • The Family Handyman 
  • Field & Stream 
  • Glitter 
  • Guinness World Records 
        
    2019 Gamer's Edition
  • Ingredient Magazine​
  • Mindful
  • Motor Trend
  • Newsweek en Espanol
  • Photoshop Creative 
  • Popular Mechanics
  • Popular Science
  • Practical Photoshop
  • Ras Pi
  • Reader's Digest
  • Rolling Stone
  • Seventeen
  • Sports Illustrated
  • Transworld Skateboarding
  • Women's Day
  • Writer's Digest 
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The MGHS library carries a number of magazines in print for browsing.  They include:

Acoustic Guitar
Published since 1990 by String Letter Publishing. It offers information, inspiration, and instruction regarding acoustic guitars. For players of all skill levels.

Ceramics Monthly (courtesy copy)
All things ceramics. History, technology, techniques, and artists in the medium are featured. All skill levels.

Family Handyman
First issued in 1951. A home improvement magazine with varying monthly features, including car/garage, plumbing, DIY repair, and "goofs."

Game Informer
Video game magazine featuring news, reviews, and tips for new and upcoming video games. Also featured are various video game producers, and some articles regarding classic video games. 

Leatherneck (courtesy copy)
Official magazine of the US Marines. News and articles about Marine life. Fun fact: leatherneck is slang for both the US and British Royal Marines.

MAD Magazine 
First issue 1952. A humor magazine that was also developed into a hit sketch TV show. 

MAKE Magazine 
Published by Maker Media, it encourages its readers to create. Topics include computer programming and robotics, woodworking, metalworking, among others.

Mazina'igan (courtesy copy)
The newspaper of the Lake Superior Ojibwe. Topics relating to Ojibwe language, history, current events, art, and politics are featured. 

Money (courtesy copy)
A personal finance magazine, discussing various topics in the realm of money. Investing, credit scores, mortgages...all things money.

Otaku
Japanese media from an American perspective. Primarily anime and manga, the magazine features other elements of Japanese culture such as cosplay and video games.

Spirit of Aviation  (courtesy copy)
Magazine of the EAA (Experimental Aircraft Association) based in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. News and articles about aviation, aircraft, materials, and advancements. 

Warrior Citizen  (courtesy copy)
Official magazine of the US Army Reserve. News and articles about navigating the line between military and civilian life. 

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Databases pull articles from thousands of published resources, including magazines and scholarly journals.  Full-text archives exist for many publications, including the following: 

  Consumer Reports (1991 - Current) 

  Discover Magazine (2001 - Current)     

  Ebony (1945 - Current)    

  Eating Well (2012 - Current) 

  Entertainment Weekly (1993 - Current)  

  Guitar Player (1992 - Current) 

  Harper's Magazine (1993 - Current) 

  Health (1992 - Current)  

  Hot Rod (1998 - Current)   

  Money (1978 - Current )  

  Mother Earth News (1990 - Current) 

  Motor Trend (1998 - Current)   

  National Geographic (1999 - Current w/ 1 month delay)  

  National Geographic Explorer (2007 - Current) 

  Natural History (1997 - Current within 10 days)   

  New York Times Upfront (1999-present) 

  The New Yorker (2003 - Current)

  Newsweek (1994 - Current) 

  People (1994 - Present)  

  Popular Science (1984 - Current)  

  Psychology Today (1992 - Current) 

  Rolling Stone (1990 - Current)   

  Runner's World (1993 - Current) 

  Science News (1975 - Current)   

  Saturday Evening Post (1931 - Current)

  Scientific American Mind (2004 - Current) 

  Seventeen (2007 - Current) 

  Smithsonian (1984 - Current) 

  Sports Illustrated (1992 - Current)  

  Teen Ink (2000 - Current) 

  Time Magazine (1990 - Current) 

  Wired (2008 - Current) 

Wonder if a specific magazine or academic journal is archived in full-text or PDF? Just ask your librarian!

 


American Poetry Review

This bimonthly literary magazine bublishes a broad range of poetry, reviews, interviews and more.  

Creative Nonfiction
Home for thought-provoking, remarkable, and engaging narrative nonfiction. Every issue showcases all the genre has to offer-blending reflection with reportage, style with substance, insight and inspiration.

Earth Island Journal
This is an award winning quarterly magazine includes both investigative journalism and essays addressing the connection between the environment and other contemporary issues.

Education Week
This is the online version of a subscription based magazine that partners with PBS NewsHour to bring in-depth coverage of the nations' schools.  

Scientific American 
This website offers limited access to current news and articles from the magazine. Back issue articles are available on EBSCOHost.

Science News
This website offers access to articles featured in both the current and archival issues of this popular science magazine.  

Skeptical Inquirer 
This website offers select articles from current monthly edition of the magazine, along with a full archive of past issues.  

WIRED Magazine
"
The WIRED conversation illuminates how technology is changing every aspect of our lives-from culture to business, science to design. The breakthroughs and innovations that we cover lead to new ways of thinking, new connections, and new industries."