The “Other India”

By Anjali Ramakrishnan I knew from the minute I got the email saying I was accepted and invited to join Team Crossover, it would be “good experience”. After all, not many 14 year olds get the opportunity to travel to … Continue reading →

Second Time’s A Charm

By Anjali Ramakrishnan Doing something a second time has several mentalities. Things are always easier when you have gained experience. And you’re bound to learn something you never thought would come up. However, it does not mean the second time … Continue reading →

Lead a Positive Change

By Varun Ram Being a part of the Crossover Basketball and Scholars Academy this summer was an unbelievably rewarding experience. I was fortunate enough to work with an enthusiastic group of kids and a passionate Crossover team. One of the … Continue reading →

World of Hope

By Maggie Brown Seemingly without warning, the oppressive humidity of the blazing afternoon sun began to unravel across the vast Chennai skies, welcoming a herd of ominous clouds into the atmosphere so dark that the dusk of early evening suddenly … Continue reading →

Taking It All In

By Lauren Koenig-Plonskier It’s impossible to take it all in. As everyone’s eyes flutter and heads roll with the gravity of post lunch drowsiness, mine widen to cartoonish dimensions, unable to relinquish their grasp on the hazy peripheries of my … Continue reading →

To Find a Million Ram’s…

By Maggie Brown One of the greatest beauties in the mystery of the precious human life lies within the irrefutable fact that time is not infinite, tomorrow is never guaranteed, and that the world will not spin beneath our wavering … Continue reading →

Tiny Hands Can Change The World

By Jonah Travis The funny thing about this time around, no matter how much you prepare for what’s about to come, you still can’t stop it.

The Crossover DUNK !!!!

By Mayank Singh During my teens, I lived in a small cantonment Wellington in Tamil Nadu. The town had people from various nationalities, as it housed the Defense Services Staff College – an Armed Forces training institute. Every evening, I … Continue reading →

Remembering What I Remember

By Maggie Brown The ultimate fault in memory lies within the reality of its inevitable decline. As time flies by with the velocity of a traveling train, the mind contorts what could once be recalled as indisputable fact into a … Continue reading →

Discovering India

By Mollie Gillespie With our departure for India less than a month away, I’m already restless with anticipation. I’ve traveled a bit before, but never so far, and I can’t help but wonder how I’ll be able to endure the … Continue reading →

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