For a References page, your citations need to be double spaced and have a hanging indent. A hanging indent just means that every line after the first in your citation is indented 0.5".
In Microsoft Word (PC or Mac), highlight your citation and right click on it. Select "Paragraph" in the menu that appears, then under "Indentation" click on the Special drop down and select "Hanging". Make sure the "By" field is set to 0.5".
Magazine and newspaper citations are similar to journal citations, but they emphasize the date of publication more. Note that parentheses are not used around the dates of these sources. If an online version is referenced, include the accessed URL.
Magazine key elements (separated by periods):
Author Lastname, Firstname. “Article Title:Subtitle.” Title of Journal, vol. title, vol. # Publication Month, Day, Year. Page
Newspaper key elements (separated by periods):
Author Lastname, Firstname Middle. “Article Title:Subtitle.” Column Name. Title of Magazine. publication Month/Day/Year. URL.
Saulnier, Beth. “From Vine to Wine.” Cornell Alumni Magazine, September/October 2008. 48.
Cole, Wendy and Janice Castro. “Scientology’s Largesse in Russia.” Time, April 13, 1992.
Fields, Marguerite. “Want to Be My Boyfriend? Please Define.” Modern Love. New York Times. May 4, 2008.
Bosman, Julie. “Jets? Yes! Sharks? ¡Sí! In Billingual ‘West Side.’” New York Times. July 17, 2008.