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Anika Conley

Anika Conley

Anika Conley is a staff journalist for MBU Timeline. Anika is majoring in communications studies. She is currently working for her family’s business PSRI Technologies located in St. Louis. After graduation she plans on moving to the West Coast to pursue her career in communications.

Is Netflix Series “Black Mirror” Mirroring into the Future?

“Black Mirror,” created by Charlie Brooker, is a Netflix original science fiction series that depicts the chilling side of technology today and what it may hold for the future. Brooker uses his passion for video gaming to bring a new twist to TV storytelling which lets the viewer decide which way the story goes.

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My Friend Max: Losing a Pet is Never Easy

When you grow up with your dog being one of your best friends, it can be difficult to say goodbye when they grow old, but you can rest assured the memories you have made together will last forever.

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In this letter about pets who have passed away there is reference to Rainbow Bridge, a fictitious wonderful place where our beloved pets go after they have died. When my dog Max died, his veterinarian sent us this comforting note.

The Weeknd Delivers Night to Remember

Even though it was six months ago, a performance by Canadian artist, The Weeknd, still has me thinking about songs from “Starboy” all the way back to “Trilogy” as the concert was more than just singing but a full-on performance that kept the crowd on the edge of their seats.

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