Answered By: Linda Neyer
Last Updated: Nov 01, 2018     Views: 2

Sometimes magazines do not assign volume or issue numbers, and that is the case with Bloomsburg: The University Magazine; it doesn't have volume or issue numbers. Since it's published 3 times a year by season, you can use a format similar to this citation for APA:

McGuire, T. (2018, Fall). The sound of success. Bloomsburg: The University Magazine, pp. 14-17.

Note that you use the season since no month or volume number is given. According to the APA Style Blog, the 6th edition states, "If the date is given as a season, give the year and the season" (APA Publication Manual, 6th ed., p. 185)."

Note also that you use the pp. in front of the page numbers, to let the reader know the numbers following refer to page numbers and not to the volume or issue numbers. Here's an example of an article from a newspaper that uses the p. (from the Research & Documentation website):

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