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Citations from newspaper articles should include the following:
1. Name of Author (if available)
2. Date of Publication
3. Title of Article
4.Title of Newspaper (italicized)
5. Page Numbers (if available)
Sample Citations - Newspapers
Provide the exact date for a reference from a daily newspaper.
If an article appears on discontinuous pages, give all page numbers and separate the numbers with a comma (ex. pp. B1, B3, B5-B7).
If the name of the newspaper starts with "The", include it (in italics) in your citation.
Print newspaper article
Online newspaper article
Give the homepage URL when the online version of the article is available by searching an index, to avoid nonworking URLs.
Newspaper Article with No Author/Byline
For the in-text citation, use a short title (or the full title if it is short) enclosed in quotation marks for the parenthetical citation: (“Hunt Pays $10,000,” 1977). For more information, see Citing Sources in Text.
Sample Citations - Magazines
Provide a more specific date for magazine articles (the month for monthly magazines; the month and day for weekly magazines)
Provide issue numbers if each issue of the magazine begins with page 1; otherwise, provide only the volume number.
If an author is listed, begin with the name of the author. If no author is listed, begin with the title of the article.