|Monday, December 26th, 2005|
this is nice. but you guys should post more. anywaaay, this is christine quon-larusso from '03, although i am sure many of you do not remember me. all i know is it was exciting to find this little community.
|Tuesday, March 22nd, 2005|
PURIM IS ON FRIDAY, SO THIS THURSDAY
AT LUNCH THE JEWISH ISSUES CLUB WILL BE SELLING HAMENTASCHEN
, AKA REALLY GOOD COOKIES
ALSO, WE WILL BE GIVING THESE COOL SHALOM BRACELETS
AWAY! (YES, THEY ARE FREE)
Please stop by before you head off for Spring Break! Thanks!
|Saturday, December 25th, 2004|
Concerning a recent announcement...
Hello. This is your friendly alumni moderator with a simple question.
I've been hearing "through the grapevine" that the school has recently put sanctions on what can and cannot be said in an electronic forum (and, for our purposes, Livejournal specifically). Can anyone describe to me exactly what's going on and how the school has justified its actions.
As the moderator of this community, I feel slightly responsible for this as I fear that administration may have used this community as a way to find students' livejournals. If this is the case, I will take actions to ensure the anonymity of the members of this community.
Until then, I will wait and see what happens. Perhaps I will also talk to some of the administration to get a better understanding of exactly what is happening.
Until next time, have a very merry Christmas and a happy new year.
|Wednesday, August 25th, 2004|
Hello, Alana here (the short one, with one n--yay for having only 9 more month of this place). Happy summer. I'm at school everyday this week, 10-4, except today, whichi was more 9-4:30. The fun just never ends. All in the name of a decent Features section for Crossfire...which, by the way, should most definitely be on the interests list.
Also, anyone running cross-country actuall running before the first meet? I'm sorta not...
|Saturday, May 8th, 2004|
Don't forget to go to Cabaret today!
|Tuesday, May 4th, 2004|
Need I say any more? Current Mood: excited
|Tuesday, April 27th, 2004|
|Tuesday, March 23rd, 2004|
Dear esteemed Crossroads students,
I've recently created a group for the California Junior Classical League called cjcl
. Please join it if you like Latin. Thanks.
|Tuesday, March 2nd, 2004|
I am floating through to find anyone in West Los Angeles, that would like to volunteer for a photo shoot. I am new in this area and it is for my photography class. I need 36 models that wouldn't mind to spend an hour or two with me, in a studio. It will take place at Santa Monica College.
I will be looking for new faces to help me out, until June.
If you think you will be interested or know anyone that would...
my email is email@example.com
Like I said... it is basically volunteer
I AM A BROKE BROKE GIRL....
But I will give you prints of the shoot for helping me out. maybe coffee too :D
the assignments will all be in black and white.
|Friday, February 6th, 2004|
|Sunday, January 25th, 2004|
hey, im kinda new
i get confuzed way too easily, am i doing this whole thing right to be part of the group? wooo xrds!!! go roadrunners and watch girls bball. Current Mood: bouncy
...yay for school spirit...
|Thursday, January 22nd, 2004|
i think i speak for everyone when i say that finals are no fun
(might i add i'm just here because on my way out i noticed there was a crossroads community on this strange place, and that a scary number of students have livejournals)
|Wednesday, January 7th, 2004|
|Thursday, January 1st, 2004|
Well, greetings all Crossroads losers. I daresay I'm one of the worst, seeing as I've been at this school too bloody long. Hope everyone had a fun New Year's.
Elise Current Mood: blah
|Sunday, December 28th, 2003|
heh, so i'm making my first school-related post.
i was in the fall season's cross country team, running usually at 2nd in the team, behind Will Barkley. It was a very fun season, and helped relieve the stress i was facing then. There were countless hilarious incidents, like during a long bus trip out to Mount Saqs, David Shirafi told me he was gonna take me out to a nightclub and get me some women. I didn't believe him until he handed me a ribbed condom. It's still sitting on my desk, although it has long since expired past it's date of usage.
As fun as the season was, I was somewhat disappointed by the lack of interest in the team by the school at large. Running, admittably, is not the most glamorous sport, but it would have helped to have some of you guys come to the meets, as we were racing on your behalf. We played several times at areas that were close, such as Brentwood. The only people who showed up were parents and relatives of the runners. If nothing else, it would have been nice simply just to come out to support your friends.
The cross-country season didn't go as well as we thought it would. Factors way beyond our control led to some unfortunate incidents: the injury of many of the runners, and a crucial loss of practice time because of the fires.
looking forward to track in the spring though. Current Mood: super mario bros
|Saturday, December 27th, 2003|
Hey, Brent here. Just looked at your post and looked this up.
yo. adam elkus here. you all probably know me though. saw this community and thought it was about damn time the school got a lj community, as around half of the students are lj addicts.
|Friday, December 26th, 2003|
Welcome to the Crossroads livejournal community, xroads_school
. This is for students who go to Crossroads School in Santa Monica, California. Alumni and teachers/faculty/staff are also welcome.
Please post a welcome message when you join. If you don't want to be added to the directory, please indicate so. Otherwise, I'll add your name and year of graduation next to your livejournal name so that others can easily identify you.
Class of 2004 Current Mood: happy