Perhaps you want to limit your search to just The New York Times?
You recall seeing an article on how colleges and universities are handling the coronavirus crisis, or want to know what the New York Times has published on the subject.
The hl= command tells the search engine to search in the headline field only.
The parentheses are for nested searching – allowing you to search for EITHER college OR university and EITHER COVID-19 OR coronavirus. Increasing the number of keyword synonyms enables you to broaden the search and capture the greatest number of relevant articles.
The w/5 command searches these two concepts within 5 words of each other
By putting a * after college and universit, it tells the search engine to search for both the singular and plural forms of these words. For example, college or colleges and university or universities.
The result list highlights the search term "hits" in yellow
Short video outlining how to limit your search to just the New York Times in Factiva.
Maybe you are looking for a specific article that ran in The New York Times, e.g.: "The Coronavirus in America: The Year Ahead"
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