GU Office Hours: The Top Impactful Articles Of 2023

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Storytelling is the root of Zillennial conversations through everyday topics we text and tweet about through articles. This year, we’ve seen jaw-dropping moments online, from the Writer Strikes to the latest natural hair trend.  

With GU focusing on disruption, storytelling impacts the next generation, and we’re here to push the narrative forward with groundbreaking reporting with a timely approach. As we close out 2023, we highlight some of our favorite stories of the year.

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Let’s Talk About It: We’re Contributing To Blueface And Chrisean’s Toxic Relationship Online

The chronicles of Blueface and Chrisean’s relationship continue to make waves across social media. GU covers the underlying issue between public relationships and social media through our Let’s Talk About It franchise. 

Three Queer Couples Share Their Love Story

With February being the season of love, GU spotlighted three love stories to celebrate relationships’ bright and fun side. This series provided a safe space for couples maneuvering relationships at a young age in the social media era.

What Happened To The MAC Cosmetics Phenomenon?

The beauty industry continues to evolve and change due to new ways Zillennials are changing their makeup routines. We dove into the shift of the MAC Cosmetics phenomenon and how the beauty brand changed the girlhood culture.

Stop Trying To Humble Black Women In Sports

Black women in sports are in their own era of disruption as they stand up for themselves in a male-dominated field. Through this article, we spotlight how Angel Reese became a prominent figure in college basketball by challenging the status quo and questioning the misogyny women in sports face. 

Here’s What The Writer Strikes Mean For Gen Z Creatives

The 2023 Writer’s Strike shifted the conversations in the entertainment industry. Through discourse online this incident opened the floor for Zillennials to stand up for what they believe in regarding compensation for their art. 

Meet The Zillennial Boundary Breakers Modeling In NYFW

New York Fashion Week is more than the optics. It provides a moment to highlight the next class of creatives in the industry. We spotlight 10 disabled models making their debut in fashion week and how the field can create a more inclusive space for the next generation.

About Kenyatta: Clark Atlanta University and Medill School alumna Kenyatta Victoria is the Girls United writer covering everything from news, pop culture, lifestyle, and investigative stories. When not reporting, she’s diving deep into her curated playlists or binging her favorite comfort shows.

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