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]

‘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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Native American Horror: Exploring the People Over the Legends

This article contains spoilers. In the wake of Thanksgiving, let us remember this month commemorates Native American heritage. In 1990, National Native American Heritage Month began to celebrate the complex history of Native Americans — filled with traumatic memories of departure and destruction at the hands of white colonizers, but deep-rooted resilience. Few films are [...]

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‘The Climb’ Reaches Peak of Buddy Comedy Genre

The buddy film is nothing new in comedy. From Agent J (Will Smith) and Agent K (Tommy Lee Jones) in 1997’s “Men in Black” to Tom (James Marsden) and Sonic (Ben Schwartz) in 2020’s “Sonic the Hedgehog,” the buddy comedy genre has long been used to explore the foundations of friendship. The characters’ initial meeting [...]

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