Today’s Golden Edition of The New York Times

Today’s campus copies of The New York Times have a special surprise: the front cover featuring photos of the presidential candidates have been covered with glistening gold and black spray painted squares. Any clues on the reasoning behind the cover-up? Is it a protest? Art project? Does it have anything to do with tonight’s presidential debate? Leave it in the comments…

32 thoughts on “Today’s Golden Edition of The New York Times

  1. Anonymous

    No it smelled like spraypaint. The gold ones looked really nice, and there certainly could have been artistic motive / political statement behind it. That would be nice. If it’s just done for shits and giggles, well, it’s pretty, but otherwise pointless.

  2. Anonymous

    No it smelled like spraypaint. The gold ones looked really nice, and there certainly could have been artistic motive / political statement behind it. That would be nice. If it’s just done for shits and giggles, well, it’s pretty, but otherwise pointless.

  3. Anonymous

    if it was a misprint, oh well. if someone actually painted over every copy, goddamn it. i like the pictures!

  4. Anonymous

    if it was a misprint, oh well. if someone actually painted over every copy, goddamn it. i like the pictures!

  5. Anonymous

    Obviously a misprint. Chill guys. No one has five hours to go through and do this to every paper. MISPRINT.

  6. Anonymous

    Obviously a misprint. Chill guys. No one has five hours to go through and do this to every paper. MISPRINT.

  7. Anonymous

    you guys are not making any useful comment. The article is asking if what is the incentive behind this act.

  8. Anonymous

    you guys are not making any useful comment. The article is asking if what is the incentive behind this act.

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