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Chicago Style: Articles From Newspapers

“Newspapers are more commonly cited in notes or parenthetical references than in bibliographies. A list of works cited need not list newspaper items if these have been documented in the text” (CMOS 14.198)

Parenthetical citation

“The Waap Galts’ap longhouse, originally intended as a meeting place for students and for cultural and other events, was being considered for a potential temporary library or other purpose, but the idea drew opposition from students and others” (“College Longhouse Remains as Is,” Terrace Standard, November 27, 2016, https://www.terracestandard.com/news/college-longhouse-remains-as-is/).

Endnote or footnote

1. “College Longhouse Remains as Is,” Terrace Standard, November 27, 2016, https://www.terracestandard.com/news/college-longhouse-remains-as-is/.