How do I cite an article in a newsletter that has no title?

Following the eighth edition of the MLA Handbook, provide a description of the work if it is untitled. Do not italicize the description or enclose it in quotation marks (28–29):

Schimpf, K. D. “Quarterly Earnings Prompt Stock Split.” Monthly newsletter of the Phillips Petroleum Company, Aug. 2008, www.philpet.com/smartin/quarterly-split/.

Kirkland, Edward. “Sauber, Fisher Duel for Senior Class Presidency.” Sooner High School weekly newsletter, 7 Sept. 2014, Sooner.edu/2014/9/7/sauber-fisher/.

“Fall Publications Feature DC Heroes.” Marketing newsletter, no. 6, Fantagraphics, 2016, pp. 1–2.

Published 1 December 2017

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