Entries by Ginny Gaylor

How college students can handle stress

College is supposed to be some of the best years of your life, right? However, do you ever feel that sometimes you are just so stressed out? If you feel like your mental and emotional health is taking a beating, you are not alone. Maybe you and your peers could use some help balancing their newfound […]

The Confederate flag and Charleston shooting as your research topic

More than 100 years after the conclusion of the Civil War, some still see the Confederate flag as a symbol of Southern pride, while others are very clear that it is nothing but a reminder of past, and present, racism. The Charleston shooting has people across the nation asking, once again, if the Confederate flag […]

800th anniversary of the Magna Carta for your research paper

June 15, 2015, is the 800th anniversary of the signing of the Magna Carta. What began as a peace treaty has evolved, for many, into the originator of liberal democracy. The historical event is a good time to look back at what the Magna Carta meant when it was first written and what it means […]

Research topic: Tackling gun violence in America

Gun control is a topic that is very divisive in our country. No matter where you stand on the issue, for the families and friends of those who die from gun violence in America, the topic is deeply personal. The HBO documentary, Requiem for the Dead: American Spring 2014, personalizes the statistics by profiling eight […]

Research paper topic: Drunk driving could be stopped with new technology

Despite years of media efforts, countless check points, the call for stricter laws and the creation of MADD (Mothers Against Drunk Driving), there are still people driving under the influence of alcohol. So while drunk driving statistics have gone down, lower is simply not good enough. Recent new technology from the NHTSA (National Highway Traffic […]

How to cover child sexual abuse in your research paper

With the May 2015 revelations about Josh Duggar, the media has been focused on child sexual abuse. Son of Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar of the TV show “19 Kids and Counting,” Josh’s actions have come under intense scrutiny and raised many questions about what is abuse and what isn’t, as well as how to […]

Madame Bovary: Compare the two movies and book for your research paper

The story Gustave Flaubert told in his novel Madame Bovary was based on the suicide of a real woman, caught in an unhappy marriage and dealing with mounting debts. What captured Flaubert’s imagination is still relevant today, as two new 2015 movies are based on the novel—Gemma Bovery and Madame Bovary. The book-to-movie adaptations approach […]

What new Apple products will be unveiled? Discuss for your technology research paper

Announcements of new Apple products always generate a lot of interest. The June 8, 2015, Worldwide Developers Conference where Apple will unveil its latest computer innovations is no exception. Speculation as to what will be on the list of items this year includes a new operating system for the iPhone, iPad and Mac, as well […]

Summer reading — The best books for college students

This summer you might be tempted to walk away from anything remotely connected to learning. But summer reading is a great thing, and not just for college students. If you need a little inspiration when it comes to compiling your top books to read, here are some suggestions for the best books to keep your […]

Will United Nations’ peace talks solve the Yemen conflict? Discuss it in your next research paper

The current Yemen conflict is extremely complicated. The initial fighting started between the country’s President, Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi, and allies of the Houthis, a group of Zaidi Shia rebels. However adding to the conflict is the opposition by al-Qaeda to both groups and an offshoot of ISIS that’s trying to gain a foothold in […]