Unleashing the Power of AI: Can ChatGPT Write Essays?
By: Marie Fincher

January 26, 2023

For a while, some experts have worried that AI tools will considerably impact the academic sphere. Some specialists claim that ChatGPT and other AI writing tools will kill the student essay. But is that so? And how much should the academic sphere worry about the rise of such tools? Read more
Can You Trust Essay Writing Sites?
By: Marie Fincher

May 08, 2021

Your detailed safety guide to using essay writing services. How to know if the company is legit, safe, and keeps your data confidential. Also how much does it cost to write an essay? Read more
Health Research Paper Topics
By: Marie Fincher

December 05, 2018

The subject of health and well-being covers such a wide variety of academic disciplines, chances are you will be faced with selecting health research paper topics at some point in your college career. Remember, health topics have an impact on politics, history, public health, psychology, sociology, child development, economics, foreign relations, science, public policy, law enforcement, information technology, and more. When you are faced with choosing healthcare research paper topics, all of the choices might be intimidating for you. Considering the vast number of topics, this is certainly understandable! Fortunately, no matter what academic discipline you are in, there are ways to think of and eventually select health topics for research paper. Read more
Content Writing Trends for 2018 - Are You Up for the Challenge?
By: Marie Fincher

April 24, 2018

Oceans of content. The Internet is such a crowded place. And if someone conducts a Google search for anything, they will get pages and pages of results. If your job is to create content, you may be feeling the stress. The competition for readers/viewers is as tough as it can get, and only going to get tougher. Read more
5 Key Concepts of Data Science and BI You Should Know
By: Marie Fincher

December 26, 2017

Every time a consumer accesses the Amazon website, searches for something, and/or makes a purchase, the wheels of data science are churning. Ultimately, you have a “history” with Amazon as do customers who are demographically similar to you. And based upon what these others have purchased, you will be shown these items as well. Read more
Choosing a Great Essay Topic: What works?
By: Marie Fincher

February 05, 2017

We are going into a semester filled with the promise of getting good grades. The one grade that we all want to try to get that elusive A on is the English paper. Whether the style the professor requires is argumentative, critical thinking, narrative, or research we want the topic to be one that no one else has chosen in our class, and we want it to be fresh and new in its delivery. Read more
Your Research Paper: Making it Unique
By: Marie Fincher

January 29, 2017

The senior seminar, English 102 research final, final thesis? Sound familiar? Well, these are just a few names given to one of the important papers that you will be asked to do on your road to your degree. You do not get to not choose to do them, everyone that is in line for a degree, no matter the type, will eventually be required to do a research paper. Read more
How to impress the teacher with your writing
By: Marie Fincher

January 15, 2017

Sitting at your desk and can’t seem to get started on an essay that is due in a couple of days? One of the problems you could be having is probably right in your syllabus. You know, that piece of paper that you get when you get to your first class of the semester? Read more
15 Terrifying Statistics On Your Cellphone Addiction
By: Marie Fincher

November 17, 2016

The cell phone addiction is a growing concern in our time. iPhones, Androids, and other smartphones have become a vital part of the modern world and important tools at any given moment. Yeah, it is a highly entertaining and informative medium. Read more
3 Easy Steps to Find a College of Your Dream in Infographic
By: Marie Fincher

August 19, 2016

Are you looking for a college of your dream? After graduating from a high school, all students are faced with life-asserting decisions. To make up your mind where to study is difficult enough. And it’s true. Read more