You can use SearchWorks Articles+ to find articles.
You can limit your results using the limiting facets on the left of the results list. Articles+ results include articles from magazines, newspapers, academic journals, and much more.
SearchWorks Articles + is particularly good for finding articles where you already know the citation.
You can search for an known article by title (using quotes is more efficient). Type the title of the article in the search box. You can select "Article title" from the search options. You can also choose to search "all fields" and put more information, such as author and journal title.
If there is no access to full text, uncheck the box that says "Direct access to full text", and click on the link to "Find full text or request"
In the "Find it" page, "Request from Stanford interlibrary service providers" (select appropriate provider). A request form will open up with all the citation information filled in.