Permanent URL: https://library.spscc.edu/guide/ukraine
What is the conflict between Ukraine and Russia? Here are several documentary films and books that offer a broader context and background to better understand the conflict.
If you are experiencing stress and distress about this invasion and need support, please visit SPSCC Counseling Services.
You can also follow the unfolding events in Ukraine and Russia and the world through a free subscription to The New York Times Online through SPSCC Library.
Students, Staff, and Faculty at South Puget Sound Community College all have a pre-paid subscription to The New York Times online through SPSCC Library. All you need to do to claim your subscription is activate it with your Clipper ID.
(Note: NYT account is NOT linked to your Clipper ID account. This means that when you change your Clipper ID password, your NYT password will not be affected and vice versa.)
(Note: This is the most important step in the entire process. If you miss this step, your NYT account will not be created and you may have problems trying to set it up later.)
(Note: The year you graduate is the year your New York Times subscription will end.)
(Note: if you are faculty/staff, you can renew your subscription when it expires as long as you are employed at SPSCC.)
You can also download the NYT app from the Apple App Store or Google Play to read the news on your mobile device.