Eythen Anthony

Eythen Anthony (23C) is from Cross Lanes, West Virginia, double majoring in psychology and creative writing. Some of his hobbies include reading, listening to comedy podcasts and watching movies. He's particularly a fan of horror, but watches all genres and enjoys receiving recommendations. Contact Anthony at [email protected]

‘The Broken Hearts Gallery’ Won’t Break Your Heart

Assistant Professor of Film and Media Studies at Arizona State University Katherine Morrissey argues that we are experiencing a rebirth in the romantic comedy genre resulting from the subversion of white, heteronormative stories. She cites 2018’s “Crazy Rich Asians” and “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before” as primary examples, but the list can go [...]

Read More

Carlos Museum Explores Southeast Native American Art

While COVID-19 has negatively impacted the art community, art institutions nationwide have been preparing for their reopening. New exhibits and precautions highlight this revival, and the Carlos Museum is no exception. Amid these exhibitions is an updated presentation of Native American art, highlighting the Southeast tribes of North America. Upon entering the exhibit, you will [...]

Read More

‘The Midnight Gospel’ Eloquently Explores Life’s Questions Through Psychedelic Animation

This article contains minor spoilers for parts of "The Midnight Gospel." Clancy begins his interview with the president during a zombie apocalypse./Courtesy of Netflix Adult animation has grown in popularity in recent years, especially through the success of series such as “Rick and Morty” and “BoJack Horseman.” Not only are the two shows filled with [...]

Read More

Friendship Moo-ves Audiences in ‘First Cow’

Courtesy of A24 This year has been an intense one so far. With nearly every week introducing a new catastrophe, people yearn for a light-hearted film to take their minds off these events. Luckily, director Kelly Reichardt has given us just that in her 2019 film “First Cow,” released in the U.S. on March 6 [...]

Read More