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]

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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Trifecta of Top-10 Finishes at JSU, Louisville

Cross country Head Coach Linh Nguyen split the team based on the previous meets’ times for two tournaments on Oct. 5: the Louisville Classic in Kentucky and the Jacksonville State University (JSU) Foothills Invitational in Oxford, Ala. In the Louisville Classic, the men’s team placed ninth out of 40 teams, while the women’s team placed [...]

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‘Hustlers’ is a Fulfilling, Feminine Crime Drama

From L to R: (Annabelle) Lili Reinhart, (Ramona) Jennifer Lopez, (Mercedes) Keke Palmer, and (Destiny) Constance Wu celebrate a successful night out.  The crime genre has played a crucial role in cinematic history, with gangster films garnering some of the most prestigious film awards of all time. Films such as “The Godfather” and “Goodfellas” proved [...]

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Punk’s Not Dead: A Small Exhibit that Packs Serious Emotions

Courtesy of Eythen Anthony The Robert W. Woodruff Library houses a plethora of exhibitions, from the images of author and civil rights activist James Weldon Johnson’s career to a small pop-up depicting the history of punk, aptly named “Punk’s Not Dead.” A reference to the album of the same name by classic punk band The [...]

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