For this assignment, you will
Factiva is a powerful database that offers full text access to magazines, journals, leading local, national and international newspapers, and news wires.
Searching Factiva can be tricky -- ask the librarians for help with this database if you are having trouble with your searches.
How to search:
Click the Factiva link
Enter your search terms -- note that Factiva requires Boolean. For a simple Boolean search, use AND between terms. To keep terms together, use quotation marks. Example: "gender neutral" AND bathrooms
Now select a newspaper by clicking the plus sign next to "Group: major news sources"
Select the newspaper you want to search by clicking on its name.
Scroll back up and click the Search button. Now all your results will be from the one newspaper.
To find news using newspapers sites on the Web:
Note that many newspapers limit the number of articles you can read for free.
Here's a list of selected newspaper sites:
NOTE: Many newspapers now limit the number of articles you can read for free, so you may not be able to find all the necessary articles by going to the newspapers' websites.