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Chicago Style: Articles From Magazines or Newspapers

“It is usually sufficient to cite newspaper and magazine articles entirely within the text” (CMOS 15.49). However, your instructor may want cited articles listed in your reference list. Check with your instructor.

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/).

Subsequent citation

(Terrace Standard 2016)