Teen Talk

Teen Talk

Meet the high school dropout who started an education company

As a high school student in McKinney, Gautam (pronounced like Goth-am) Bhargava, now 20 years old, found himself dissatisfied and unmotivated at school. When he turned age 18, he dropped out of school to start an education startup. The company, Peeyr, provides tutoring to students across subject areas and grade levels, from elementary school to college. Its tutors are high school and college students.

Teen Talk

Game tips: 'Splatoon 2': How to upgrade all weapons

Nintendo Switch players making their way through "Splatoon 2's" single player campaign will eventually stumble across a series of alternate Hero weapons that serve as stand-ins for the game's traditional arsenal. Through persistence, players can eventually unlock these Hero weapons for use in the game's multiplayer mode as well as increase their stats in single-player mode through various upgrades. Keep reading to learn all of the items needed to upgrade damage, range, and other Hero weapon statistics in "Splatoon 2."

Teen Talk

Fun family-friendly ways to share the eclipse

On Aug. 21, families in the United States can view a solar eclipse – either total or partial – in most of the country. This event is a chance for you to explore the science of eclipses, astronomy, and physics. Don't miss the opportunity to see it! Folks in the United States won't get another look until 2024.

Teen Talk

Game tips: 'Splatoon 2': How to beat the Octo Shower boss

Nintendo Switch players will be seasoned veterans by the time they reach Octo Shower, the fourth boss battle in the ink-slinging shooter "Splatoon 2." With a host of experience and various weaponry at their disposal, inklings would be correct to assume that the Octo Shower is going to put up a considerable fight. Fortunately, there are a few key strategies that make a breeze out of defeating the baddie unlocking the final stages of the game. Continue reading to discover how to flatly embarrass the Octo Shower boss in "Splatoon 2."

Videos

Thousands of Winthrop University students 'light up' in Rock Hill

The Winthrop University athletic department welcomed freshmen at the "ROCK THE HILL" event at the coliseum Saturday. Thousands of students gathered to dance, play games and meet the university's athletes. During the event, students shined the flashlights on their cell phones and waved them for a social media video.
Thousands of Winthrop University students 'light up' in Rock Hill 1:21

Thousands of Winthrop University students 'light up' in Rock Hill

Highlights: South Pointe rushing attack too much for Northwestern 2:59

Highlights: South Pointe rushing attack too much for Northwestern

Resident shows runoff problems in Lake Wylie 1:22

Resident shows runoff problems in Lake Wylie

Lancaster deputies still searching for man who stole excavator 0:14

Lancaster deputies still searching for man who stole excavator