Fifty-two people sworn in as U.S. citizens

Fifty-two people sworn in as U.S. citizens

Fifty-two people became United States citizens on Monday, taking the oath of allegiance after completing the citizenship process.

OPINION - New ‘Rocky Horror Picture Show’ is worth a watch

OPINION - New ‘Rocky Horror Picture Show’ is worth a watch

On Thursday evening, the Fox network released a new, modern version of the cult classic film, “The Rocky Horror Picture Show.”

FIRST PERSON: Visiting ‘Walking Dead’s’ set for the show’s season 7 premier

FIRST PERSON: Visiting ‘Walking Dead’s’ set for the show’s season 7 premier

Something that has been buzzing around social media is: Who did Negan kill in the season six finale of “The Walking Dead”?

First person: Touring Weston Asylum

First person: Touring Weston Asylum

There’s something about a long, abandoned building, a place that used to be home to many troubled souls, but now sits empty and alone.

Six men in a tiny car - Charleston native races across Europe in summer 8-week rally

Six men in a tiny car - Charleston native races across Europe in summer 8-week rally

Editor’s Note: Matthew Ayoob, a freshman at Charleston Catholic High School, is the younger brother of Zachary Ayoob.

REVIW: Flipping from the pages to the film - Comparing ‘Miss Peregrine’s’ film and text version

REVIW: Flipping from the pages to the film - Comparing ‘Miss Peregrine’s’ film and text version

Imagine a place where being normal is not the typical standard of living. “Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children” dreams up a place where children of natural oddities can live freely and happily among each other.

REVIEW: All the things about ‘Stranger Things’ - Taking a look at the popular Netflix series

REVIEW: All the things about ‘Stranger Things’ - Taking a look at the popular Netflix series

This summer, Netflix released a new original show that blew up around the world. It’s a show consisting of mystery, nostalgia and Eggo waffles. It’s a show that is absolutely terrifying, yet completely addictive. It’s a show that...

Part Two: A year abroad ... The arrival

Part Two: A year abroad ... The arrival

Editor’s note: This is the second part in a yearlong series by Kate Curry, a student at George Washington High School. This school year, Curry is completing her junior year of high school studying abroad in Rennes, France.

First-person - FlipSider recounts being in NYC during bombing

First-person - FlipSider recounts being in NYC during bombing

In the March 2 issue of the Charleston Gazette-Mail, my article was published on “How to do New York City in a Day.” But I’m revising that article to include an important detail: Experiencing a terrorist attack.

‘My chest felt like it was going to burst’ Review of seeing Coldplay live

‘My chest felt like it was going to burst’ Review of seeing Coldplay live

There are many things that can happen in one summer.

Breaking down the issues: Taking a look at where presidential candidates stand

Breaking down the issues: Taking a look at where presidential candidates stand

With the general election coming up, the Donald Trump vs. Hillary Clinton battle is, naturally, a regular topic of discussion. And even those who are not old enough to vote would benefit from knowing about the policies of these two political leaders,...

A year abroad ... GW student prepares for year in France

A year abroad ... GW student prepares for year in France

Editor’s Note: This is the first part in a yearlong series by Kate Curry, a student at George Washington High School. This school year, Curry is completing her junior year of high school studying abroad in Rennes, France. At the beginning of...

Review: Might find yourself holding your breath in ‘Don’t Breathe’

Review: Might find yourself holding your breath in ‘Don’t Breathe’

Don’t breathe don’t move and don’t blink, because if you do, he might catch you.

Putnam revises rules on alcohol at Valley Park

Putnam revises rules on alcohol at Valley Park

HURRICANE — The Putnam County Parks and Recreation Commission unanimously approved its new rules and regulations to allow the consumption of alcohol in two of Hurricane’s Valley Park...

Five reads to cozy up with this fall

Five reads to cozy up with this fall

As fall approaches, bringing its sweeping winds and chilly breezes, it isn’t a bad idea to relax in a comfy chair with a good book.

Head back to school with a new playlist

Head back to school with a new playlist

Since school has started, there is no better way to get pumped for the new year than by having an awesome playlist to get you enthusiastic about the year ahead.

Layers, layers and more layers - fall fashion trends hit the runway at Charleston Town Center

Layers, layers and more layers - fall fashion trends hit the runway at Charleston Town Center

It’s hard to be excited about fall clothing when school starts in the hottest month of summer. Shorts and tank tops might be a student’s favorite outfit for now, but when the weather changes, the trend will be to wear as many layers as...

Everything you need to know about Governor’s School for Math and Science

Everything you need to know about Governor’s School for Math and Science

School during the summer?!

Most people would run away from that idea as fast as they could, but they might change their minds once they realize what the Governor’s School for Math and Science has to offer.

Top 10 places to see in Quebec City

Top 10 places to see in Quebec City

Editor’s Note: Kendyl Bostic is a senior at South Charleston High School. Over the summer, Bostic traveled to Quebec, Canada to participate in a French immersion program. While there, she traveled throughout Quebec City, the capital of the...

Q & A with ‘Twilight’ star Booboo Stewart

Q & A with ‘Twilight’ star Booboo Stewart

Booboo Stewart is a well-known actor, dancer, model and singer. He has played many roles but is most famous for playing Seth Clearwater, a werewolf, in the “Twilight” film series. He is also popular for playing Jay in the new fantasy...

First person: South Charleston student heads to Quebec, immerses herself in French

First person: South Charleston student heads to Quebec, immerses herself in French

From the moment I go to breakfast in the morning until I do my check-in at night, all I hear is French.

Stylin’ on a budget: Summer outfit hacks

Stylin’ on a budget: Summer outfit hacks

Summer is a wonderful time to experiment with your outfits and try out new, trendy looks without the restrictions of school dress code. And remember, keeping up with new things in the fashion world, doesn’t mean you have to break your bank.

Songs for summer

Songs for summer

Summer is just around the corner. The best way to start looking forward to a break from school and warmer days is by listening to some great tunes. Here are four songs that will get you through the summer.

How to make your dorm room feel like home

How to make your dorm room feel like home

For graduating seniors, preparing for college may seem overwhelming. Take it one thing at a time. You can start by tackling your dorm room. Figuring out what you’ll want and need in your dorm room can be a great first step in reducing college...