Author Archives: Shaima Shahin

About Shaima Shahin

Shaima Shahin is a student at Arizona State University pursuing a BA in Broadcast Journalism and a BSE in Biomedical Engineering. She enjoys playing basketball, the piano and writing.

Family Summer Fun 2012

Family Summer Fun
by in Events | Lists

During the summer, two things increase: the temperature and the amount of time your kids spend at home — and both can be stressful. Here are some fun and engaging activities for the whole family to enjoy so you can bank on some family summer fun! Have you heard of the Heard Museum? This museum… Read More →

Factoring Programs: Good News For Young Entrepreneurs

Factoring Programs
by in Economy | Finance

The lecture hall was packed, but students weren’t listening to a lecture; they were listening to what could possibly be their only chance at entrepreneurship: factoring programs. It’s an old — and often misunderstood — strategy for young entrepreneurs whose capital and credit history aren’t as appealing to banks as they should be in order… Read More →

HealthNation Offers Telemedicine Services To Employers

Health Nations Telemedicine
by in Healthcare | Small Biz

The digital age has redefined our way of living, and HealthNation has found a way so that employee healthcare is redefined, too. HealthNation, a company based in Arizona, provides telemedicine services to employers and their employees. As defined by the American Telemedicine Association, telemedicine is the use of electronic communications to exchange medical information to… Read More →

San Francisco Giants: A Giant History

San Francisco Giants
by in Play Ball

Originally known as the New York Gothams, the San Francisco Giants is one of the oldest baseball teams in the history of America. Their first season, where they finished two games behind Chicago, still drew a spectacular beginning of a long history for the team with 76 victories.  That was in 1885, and nearly 40… Read More →

The New York Giants: The Giant's History

New York Giants
by in Play Ball

Credited with introducing the city of New York to football, the New York Giants have a history that is nearly as big as the team’s name. Wellington Mara, at only the age of 14, along with his 21-year old brother Jack, took ownership of the five-year-old team in 1930 only to become the world’s youngest… Read More →

Cincinnati Reds: The History

Cincinnati Reds
by in Play Ball

The Cincinnati Reds have a long and fruitful history, beginning with the accomplishment of being the first all-professional nine in 1869. In that same year, the Cincinnati Reds also finished the season with a perfect 57-0 record. The winning streak, however, ended in June 1870, where they lost their 82nd game to the Brooklyn Atlantics.… Read More →

Sterling at Silverleaf Wins Gold NAHB Rating

Sterling at Silverleaf
by in Business News

Scottsdale’s Sterling at Silverleaf has become Arizona’s one and only single-family new construction project to be awarded Gold-level certification by the National Association of Homebuilders. This prestigious award, under the National Association of Homebuilders’ (NAHB) green building program, NAHBGreen, has been awarded to only 400 single-family construction projects across the entire nation. Sterling at Silverleaf… Read More →

Camelback Esplanade Signs Aon And Apogee

Camelack Esplanade
by in Business News

Camelback Esplanade has signed leases with both Aon and Apogee, according to  Cushman & Wakefield. Camelback Esplanade is a mixed-use project at 24th St. and Camelback Rd. Jerry Jacobs, Larry Downey and Michael Crystal of Cushman & Wakefield of Arizona represented MetLife, the landlord, in the lease negotiations. Vince Femiano of Transwestern represented both of… Read More →

ASU Students: Large Enrollment, Campuses And Dreams

ASU Students
by in Education

Attending a school with four campuses, 250 undergraduate programs and nearly 72,000 students enrolled, Arizona State University students aren’t finding it difficult to stick out from the crowd. In fact, they are proving countless ways to be innovative, distinct and professionally developed. ASU has provided its student body with opportunities to take their education to… Read More →

The Phoenix Zoo: Getting Wild

Phoenix Zoo Giraffe
by in Play

Voted as one of the top five zoos for kids in the country, the Phoenix Zoo is home to some of the world’s most distinct animals. Visitors do more than just stroll the zoo; they ride (camels and trains), pedal boats, encounter and pet animals, rock climb, bike and so much more.  The zoo also… Read More →

Valley Pain And Wellness Center Provides Personalized Treatment Plans

Valley Pain and Wellness Center
by in Healthcare

The Valley Pain and Wellness Center, located in Chandler, focuses its services on the personalization and customization to meet the needs of patients. This new health and wellness center is run by the husband-and-wife duo of doctors Anne L. Perez and Ryan Bowling. The couple works to provide their patients with a wide variety of… Read More →