The library only keeps recent issues of newspapers in print. However, we have many newspapers available through microfilm. You may consider looking for newspaper that provide broad coverage or local newspapers covering an event:
If your search includes a series of words, you should include the entire phrase in quotes
Examples: "Library of Alexandria"
Boolean is a fancy term to describe using the words AND, OR, and NOT to improve your search. You can also use a combination of them to create a more complex (and targeted) search.
Example: football AND concussions
This search will return resources relating to both football and concussions
Example: "heart attack" OR "myocardial infarction"
This search will return resources that include either the popular or the medical term
Example: Consussions NOT football
This search will return resources that include concussions but not mention football
Example:("College Students" AND Concussions) NOT (sports OR football)
In this example, we include college students in quotations to include only articles with this specific term. Then, we use AND to limit articles to only those discussing both college students and concussions. We, then, are only interested in articles that are unrelated to sports concussions. So, we can use the NOT to exclude those. I included football, as well, as some articles may mention a specific sport, and football, recently, is the most discussed sport. The parentheses are useful to ensure OneSearch interprets your query correctly.