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If the article or column is written by a staff writer or regular contributor and his or her name is already listed somewhere in the print publication, such as the masthead, include only the name.
Example: By Jake Woods
If the piece is written by someone other than a staff writer or regular contributor and requires a byline, include information about the author at the end of the article.
Example: By Louise Chan (under headline)
At the end of the article, write the following in italics:
Louise Chan is a third-year sociology student at Simon Fraser University.
In the case of aq magazine or specialty publications, a byline for an alumnus is to include the program and year of graduation.
Example: By Preeya Singh, computing science, ’89
Web articles that include a byline should identify the author.
Example (for staff members of marketing communications):
By Angelo Van Nuys, staff writer (under the headline)
Example for non-staff:
- By Sophie Smith (under the headline)
- At the end of the article, write the following in italics:
- Sophie Smith is a Vancouver freelance writer.
In all cases where a second writer has provided supplementary files for the story, the writer may be acknowledged at the end of the story in italics.
Example: With files from Bruce Harper