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Periodicals By Title

To see if the library has a specific magazine, journal, or newspaper,
enter the title in the search box below:

Accessing our E-Resources from off-campus

To access our E-Resources from home, just navigate to the “E-Resources & Databases” link in the right column of the library website or go the the “Find Articles” search tab. If you are anywhere outside the Academy network you will receive the screen pictured below after you click on your desired title. Just enter your regular Phillips Exeter Academy network username/password and you will have full-text access to all of our databases, e-journals and e-books from anywhere you have internet access. The downloading of Citrix will no longer be necessary. If you have any questions or comments please contact the Library Systems Coordinator/ Reference Librarian, Melinda Dolan (mdolan@exeter.edu).

Library Outside the Academy Network

Use our online library catalog, Biblion, to search for books, dvds, cds, e-books, audiobooks, and more. Search Biblion by keyword, title, author, or subject.

​The Academy Archives

​The Academy Archives, located in the basement of the Academy Library, is the official repository for non-current Academy records in all formats. The primary mission of the Archives is to identify, arrange and describe, and preserve those records which document the history of the Academy and the activities of the faculty, staff, and students and to make them available for research purposes. Records collected by the Archives include: administrative files, correspondence, campus publications such as catalogs, viewbooks, the Exeter Bulletin (alumni/ae magazine), student publications such as The Exonian (school newspaper) and the Pean (student yearbook), records of student government and organizations, students' letters, diaries, scrapbooks and other memorabilia, and photographs, as well as videotapes and audiotapes.