Day 2 started out promising with the arrival of Eric Obeysekere and his excitement to meet our students. As it were, five minutes before pulling up to the school – the rain started to come down. Now in the US … Continue reading →
Yesterday was a day that I had dreamt, planned, re-planned, fundraised, and more, for so long – that I couldn’t believe it was finally here. The kids at St. Patrick’s School in Chennai are amazing. Their excitement wasn’t one of … Continue reading →
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Crossover March Madness Come celebrate the NCAA Tournament, feed on some great apps, tear up your brackets, learn more about Crossover’s progress and watch the games on the First day of March Madness (the real first day) and support Crossover … Continue reading →
So I have spent the last few weeks actually trying to think of how to post my feelings about a June 10 article by Sampriti Ganguli titled “Dateline India: What Shade of Brown Are You?” The reality of it is … Continue reading →
As I have continued to delve into the idea of heroism and truth this week, I was reminded by a colleague about a poem I have often referred back to a various times since my freshman year of college (it … Continue reading →
After receiving favourable feedback after giving this “Morning Wisdom” at our school assembly – I thought I would share it as a blog post. ~S —————————————————————- As all of you know – yesterday marked a significant moment in the healing … Continue reading →
So I have been once again inspired to work towards keeping a running blog for Crossover. The problem that I most often come up with is (a) does it always have to be discussing the development of Crossover, and mentioning … Continue reading →