Brammhi Balarajan

Brammhi Balarajan (23C) is from Las Vegas, majoring in political science and English and creative writing. She is the Managing Editor of Opinion and Arts and Entertainment and her column, Brammhi’s Ballot, focuses on national politics. Outside of the Wheel, she’s involved with Emory SaRaas, APIDAA and Matriculate.

This Holiday Season, Give Back Through Mutual Aid | Brammhi’s Ballot

COVID-19 has exposed Americans’ unwavering individualism. Americans have screamed in outrage, harassed employees and started protests nationwide, because they felt oppressed by mask requirements. If only they had this same passion for championing racial justice and protecting the lives of their fellow Americans.  But hope often springs from unexpected places, and in such a dark [...]

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No Matter Who Wins, Vote Local | Brammhi’s Ballot

For a year, I’ve tried to use this column to explain President Donald Trump’s administration. While all of its failures certainly can’t be condensed into a few sentences, a few things stand out: the devastation COVID-19 has wreaked on our nation, the disappearance of truth and integrity within the White House, and the blatant racism [...]

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