Answered By: Dartmouth Library Last Updated: Jul 14, 2017 Views: 700
Yes, issues of the New Yorker (back to 2002) can be found online through ProQuest. It is also available through other online providers. If you are off-campus, be sure to set up a VPN connection first.
The Library also has a print archive of the New Yorker. Please note, issues prior to 2007 are at the Storage Library, so you'll need to request the desired volume by using the Library Catalog's "Request" feature. You can also request a scanned copy of the article through DartDoc.