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]

Visualizing the South: The Best Little Slaughterhouse in Texas

Ever since the 1915 release of “The Birth of a Nation,” movies have maintained a deep, complex relationship with the American South. Filmmakers have stereotyped, valorized, misrepresented and parodied one of the most complicated regions of the country. Their visions, although radically different in perspective, tend to be reductive. This column will explore the many [...]

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Love and Death: A Couple’s Guide to Horror Movies

Valentine’s Day: a holiday designed to reward those in love. While meaningful gifts and romantic excursions are commonplace for the date, COVID-19 has limited those opportunities. Although possible to abide by these restrictions and have an equally memorable holiday, this year is the perfect time to try something different. Throw out your Blu-ray copies of [...]

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‘A Promised Land’ Provides Extensive Breakdown of Former President

In the preface to Barack Obama’s memoir “A Promised Land,” the former president states that this book is for young people who are hopeful about making the world a better place. Shortly after its release, the former president’s memoir became notorious within Generation Z for a paragraph where he explains his attempts to use philosophical [...]

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Older (and Newer) Art That Helped Me Through 2020

In 2020, art provided both an escape from reality and a way to see it anew. We asked several Arts & Entertainment writers to reflect on the art they connected with over the past year and received a mix of responses from old classics, new discoveries, long-awaited releases and stumbled-upon favorites. 1. The Tiny Meat [...]

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