The latest issue of the Brown Political Review is just a very glossy cover, report readers. The lustrous political magazine was distributed across campus earlier in the week, and could be found glimmering in stacks of 3 or 4 on most tables and shelves.
Students walking through Faunce House described being “dazzled” by the issue’s cover, which displayed an incredibly intricate, surrealist scene, and was printed on heavily glossed paper.
“This latest issue is absolutely brilliant, ” recounted D.J. Ferguson after only having looked at the spellbinding cover. “A RISD student must have labored for hours over that artwork, and my god, what type of paper did they print it on?”
“BPR has completely outdone itself this time," Ferguson continued. “I think I can see my reflection in the cover’s glorious sheen.”
While waiting for a campus tour, visiting parent Sara Smithson happened upon a pile of the magazines. “I picked one up, and was a little surprised to see there was actually nothing inside,” she said. “But it doesn’t even bother me, look at that magnificent cover!”