«Elementary» column

How Can Anger Tell a Bigger Story About You; What is Hidden Underneath?

November 29th, 2020; By Linda Mendes

We all know what anger is and what it feels like. Although we all know what anger is and may know some of our triggers, you may not know that […]

Four Common Mask-wearing Issues and How to Prevent Them

November 29th, 2020; By Rochelle C. Pangilinan

Numerous studies and research have shown that wearing masks is effective in preventing the spread of the COVID-19 virus. However, one should keep in mind that this practice works best […]

Anger: The Unexpected Storyteller

November 26th, 2020; By Elora Pharai

Anger is arguably one of, if not the most complex of human emotions. It acts as an instinctive response to many different situations, whether it be something simple like receiving […]

Being Brave in Times of Distress – What A Hero Really is in Real Life

November 13th, 2020; By Alona Fiandaca

How do you define bravery? How do you define distress? What is a Hero? All of these questions really shape us into who we are. With these questions, we try […]

Getting Rid of MATH FEAR!

October 31st, 2020; By Rochelle C. Pangilinan

By Rochelle C. P. Picture this: you’re doing prep for a socially distanced surprise birthday party for your best friend, and you’re in charge of the birthday cake. You want […]

Why Should You Do Something That Scares You a Little?

October 31st, 2020; By Linda Mendes

You have probably heard the saying “face your fears” several times in your life. To achieve your dreams, you will need to get past any fears. When afraid we can […]

Scouting Out the STEAM World

October 31st, 2020; By author below

By Maryam Sheikh As our society progresses and advances into a more STEM-focused world, new jobs and career opportunities are popping up for the future generation to pursue. STEM emphasizes […]