«Elementary» column

Being One with Nature: Dos and Don’ts of Hiking

November 21st, 2018; By Rochelle C. Pangilinan

In this era of smartphone companies churning out new models by the minute and social networking sites and apps mushrooming by the second, it may be hard to imagine that […]

What Life on the Farm Can Teach You About Life

November 21st, 2018; By Anthony Teles

Many people used to live on farms and in the country. Today, you probably live in a city like a lot of other people. Cities are great for many reasons, […]

How You Can Have an Adventurous Career as a Commercial Diver

October 31st, 2018; By Stephanie Hughes

There are a lot of things that make the ocean interesting and compelling, so it is no wonder that many people take an interest in scuba diving. But did you […]

Why Libraries Are Still the Best Place to Hang Out

October 27th, 2018; By Rochelle C. Pangilinan

With the multitude of advantages that technology offers these days—from online movie or TV show streaming to eBooks—it’s not unusual to come across individuals with the misguided notion that libraries […]

Career Profile: Furniture Finisher

October 26th, 2018; By Susan Huebert

Have you ever sat on a rough piece of furniture that gave you a splinter in your finger or leg? No one likes to use uncomfortable chairs or to sit […]

Career Profile: Arborist

October 26th, 2018; By Susan Huebert

Growing plants can be fun, but it takes a lot of work. For arborists, working with plants and trees is sometimes difficult, but it can also be a good job. […]

Career Profile: Microelectronics Manufacturer

October 26th, 2018; By Susan Huebert

Imagine a world without microelectronics. No one would have cell phones or computers, no dogs or cats would have microchips to identify them if they get lost, and many medical […]