Naomi Tepper

Naomi Tepper

Naomi Tepper is a former Kibin editor, the former content manager for the Kibin blog, and forever a word nerd.

Recent Posts

You’re looking for a great compare and contrast essay topic to kick start your assignment. How can you choose an interesting topic that’s simultaneously narrow yet broad enough to provide you with plenty of great material? In this blog post, I’ll … Read more
You’ve decided to write a persuasive essay, and the topic you’ve chosen is cyber bullying—specifically, something should be done about it, but what? The core, or the “guts,” of your essay should come from your own thoughts and views on … Read more
Gun control is a hot button issue, especially in the wake of so many recent, tragic mass shootings. It is also a polarizing issue, which means that it tends to divide people. When you’re writing an argumentative essay, it generally … Read more
If you have spent any amount of time writing papers for your university social sciences courses, you have probably had to learn a thing or two about APA citation. Contrary to popular opinion, APA does NOT stand for A Pain in … Read more
Let me ask you this. How many hours does it take for a typical college student to earn $1,000? Whether you’re working in a restaurant, a coffee shop, or in retail, chances are it will take you approximately 100 hours to … Read more
I had a chance to sit down with Natalie H. who has been an editor for Kibin since June 2013. We talked about what makes a literary analysis essay tick and what makes it ick, and I asked her about her … Read more
What’s your problem? Do you have a problem-solution essay due soon? Problem solved. I got a chance to sit down with Kibin editor Buz H. to dissect what makes a problem-solution essay good. He shares best problem-solution essay tips. What … Read more
OMG! I have to write a persuasive essay! HELP!!!!! First of all, don’t panic. You may think you don’t know how to write a persuasive essay, but you really do. You’ve been persuading people all your life—with varying degrees of … Read more
What if you could be more persuasive than a presidential candidate? Too easy. What if you could inspire more followers than a religious leader? Hmm, maybe. What if you could convince Taylor Swift (or Taylor Lautner, if you prefer) to go out for a … Read more
I take my dog Oskar to work with me nearly every day. He rides in a trailer that I tow behind my bike 2.5 miles uphill to the Kibin office. I’m lucky that I work for a place that allows … Read more