TigerSearch is a good place to start and may be all that you need. Use TigerSearch to find articles from several frequently used article databases. (TigerSearch searches JSTOR, Academic OneFile, Omnifile (H.W. Wilson), and LexisNexis Academic all at the same time.)
Google Scholar is not provided by the library but may be helpful.
How do I get this article that I found? Just check the Journal Finder for the title of the journal or magazine your article comes from. It will tell you if the library has the journal or magazine. Make sure to see if we have the year you need. If we have the journal or magazine in print, it will link to the library catalog and give you a call number to help you find it on the shelves. If we have access online, it will link to the resource with the journal or magazine so that you can browse to your article or search for it.