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]

Angela Yang: The Newest Student Director of Emory

Courtesy of Samuel French Inc./A Concord Theatricals Company Emory prides itself in its theatrical production opportunities for young actors and directors alike. Continuing this tradition in the performing arts is director Angela Yang (20C), the newest member of the increasing list of Emory student directors. Yang’s directorial debut, “Peerless,” premieres on Nov. 14.  The South [...]

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Robertson’s Senior Day Goal Downs Rochester

The Emory women’s soccer team defeated Rochester University (N.Y.) 2-1 on Nov. 9 after celebrating the accomplishments of their five graduating players on senior day. Before the game, the team commemorated forward Shivani Beall, midfielder Morgan Brandewie, forward Caroline Kolski, goalkeeper Haley Pratt and defender Paige Santee for their hard work and determination over the [...]

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‘Wounds’: Armie Hammer Can’t Save This Uneventful Thriller

Courtesy of Sundance Institute | photo by Michele K Short. The 2019 psychological horror film “Wounds” opens with a quote from Joseph Conrad’s “Heart of Darkness”: “It had whispered to him things about himself which he did not know, things of which he had no conception.” The opening is meant to convince viewers that the [...]

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Emory Men’s Tennis Ends Season at ITA Cup

Three Eagles from the Emory men’s tennis team, sophomore Andrew Esses and Antonio Mora and junior Will Wanner, competed for the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) Cup at the Rome Tennis Center at Berry College (Ga.) between Oct. 17 and 20. The ITA Cup is the final tournament of the fall season and featured singles and [...]

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Twenty One Pilots Takes Audience on a Ride From Start to Finish

Courtesy of Music Mayhem On the final leg of their “Bandito Tour,” indie-pop band Twenty One Pilots stopped in Atlanta on Oct. 12 to entertain audiences with burning cars, confetti and mosh pits.    The “Bandito Tour,” named after the rebel group referenced in their musical lore,  promotes their newest album, “Trench,” with a setlist [...]

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