Christina Balram

Passionate. Determined. Fearless.

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My name is Christina Sunita Balram and I am a 23-year-old with a passion for life. I'm also fearless which means I love to dive into new projects in hopes of expanding my knowledge and understanding of everything in the media industry.


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A recap of the GRAMMYs: Instagram Edition

The 57th annual GRAMMY awards took place last night celebrating the biggest musicians in Hollywood and across the world. Here's a recap of last night, as seen through the celebs themselves via their Instagram accounts. Rihanna getting ready and finding out that Eminem won an award for the best rap album for The Marshall Mathers LP2.

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#ThrowbackThursday: GRAMMY nominees

For #ThrowbackThursday this week, we go back in time and remember the songs that started the careers of some of music's great artists. Nominations: Best Solo Performance, Record of the Year, Song of the Year Breakout song: Love Story Nominations: Album of the Year, Best R&B Performance, Best R&B Song Breakout song: Crazy in Love This song captured every girl's dream to live like Romeo & Juliette...

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6 Things you probably didn't know about Neil Patrick Harris

The Oscars are on Sunday and How I Met You Mother star Neil Patrick Harris will be hosting the show. Here are a few things you may have not known about the legen...wait for it...dary actor: NPH got his start on a show called Doogie Howser which is about a teenage physician who faces the problems of being a teenager.

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5 stunners on Golden Globes red carpet

Lights, camera, sparkle. The 72nd-annual Golden Globes kicked off the 2015 awards season, and viewers around the world gazed in awe at the fashions as celebs walked down the red carpet.

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WATCH: 8 Super Bowl commercials worth seeing

It's no surprise that people tune in to watch the Super Bowl because it's one of the most highly anticipated events of the year, but it also has the best American commercials. No one really knows why Kim Kardashian is still famous. She can be described as conceded, self-absorbed and taking more selfies than healthy.

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And the Oscar goes to...

The Academy Awards are just over a month away and it's easily one of the most prestigious awards to receive as it recognizes Hollywood's annual celebration of the best that its creative artists have to offer over the previous year.

Online Dating Diaries

These are a series of "Dating Diaries" by people who have had a negative or positive experience with finding love online, or lack thereof. I wrote and photographed Eyon & Sonia and Shahmyna's stories. I edited Danielle's, Nicole's, Brittany, Kristine, Nero Brianna, Dylan, and Amy's stories.

Project Ice helps freeze crime rates in Rexdale

Rexdale / Etobicoke North Toronto Police took an ice-y approach to reducing crime rates this summer. Project Ice was a short-term initiative that took place from mid-August through to Sept. 2. This project was operated by Toronto Police Service's Toronto Anti-Violence Intervention Strategy (TAVIS) program, in an effort to reduce the amount of gun use and gang violence in the Jamestown and Mount Olive area.

Honours Society Comes to Guelph-Humber

A new leadership and mentoring opportunity is presenting itself to Guelph-Humber students through the introduction of the justice studies' newest honours society, Alpha Phi Sigma. Assistant Program Head of justice studies, Glenn Hanna said that he's enthusiastic about the society and thinks it is going to add to the student experience while at university as well as after students graduate.

11 years on, an "experiment" proves its worth

Guelph-Humber News We're growing up so fast! The University of Guelph-Humber is 11 years old this year, growing from a mere 200 students in 2002 to almost its capacity of 4,000 full-time students now. When Guelph-Humber was established, it was a unique, government-funded experiment with high hopes and expectations from its parent institutions.

Studying Personalities

Life & Health Whether you do it by yourself or with a group of friends, it's something that needs to be done in order to pass your classes. No matter how you do it, your personality affects the way you study.

Hello, Officer

You're walking down the street and you are stopped by a police officer that wants to have a conversation with you. Can you choose to walk away? A new policy from the Toronto Police Services Board will aim to distinguish a line between police officers having a conversation with a person, and conversing with the intent of attaining the individual's personal information.



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