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Crossovers Summer 2024 Content

The Crossover’s Summer 2024 Vacation Content

Crossover Staff May 18, 2024

Kelley Lebahn, Editor in Chief- Last summer, my beach read of choice was R.F. Kuang’s Babel. Babel is a historical fiction/fantasy novel set in Oxford, London, in the fictional school of Translation....

BookTok has taken the internet by storm with its strange view of literature and romance. Photo by Collabstr on Unsplash.

BookTok: Fast Fashion for Readers

Brigid Barry, Content Editor April 24, 2024

Technology and social media, while damaging to the physicality of the literary world, have brought out a new side of the spectrum. BookTok is one of the many subcategories of TikTok, focusing on one specific...

Video Games for Valentines

Andrew Dully, Staff Writer February 14, 2024

Valentine’s Day is upon us once again, which means it’s the season for cheap flowers and even cheaper candy from Walmart the day of. Whether your partner doesn't care about Valentine's Day or you and...

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The Crossover Staff Picks for Best Content of 2023

Crossover Staff December 16, 2023

Note From the Editor The Crossover Staff of Fall 2023 has decided that evolving media has been the zeitgeist of our year, and we felt we each had different passions to recommend. Our writers are just...

From Green Days Official Music Video for The American Dream is Killing Me

The American Dream is Killing Me Too

Adrian Randall, Staff Writer November 10, 2023

It feels like only yesterday that Green Day announced their last album, publicly known as Father of All… because the official title features a swear in it. That album’s reception was… less than...

Cover of Creepers Third Studio Album, Sanguivore

Creeper Conjure Spirit of the 80s with Newest Horror Punk Album

Adrian Randall, Staff Writer November 7, 2023

Horror punk is a funny name for a genre, and yet it’s been prevalent since the late 1970s. Big band (the) Misfits employ horror-punk in their stage presence and iconography. From their logo; a b-movie...

Jack Skellington From Tim Burtons the Nightmare before Christmas

The Return of Halloween Town

Amanda Woods, Staff Writer October 26, 2023

In honor of the thirty-year anniversary of The Nightmare Before Christmas hitting the theaters, the film has been re-released to select theaters across the US and Canada as of October 20th. For a limited...

The Crossover Staff Picks for Fall Films

The Crossover Staff Picks for Fall Films

Crossover Staff October 24, 2023

Kelley Lebahn, Editor in Chief When it comes to Fall films, I have a long list of choices I would recommend. However, if I had to choose one, I would go with the 1998 direct-to-video animated mystery...

Cover of 3TEETHs fouth album, EndEX

3TEETH Return from Desert to Deliver Fourth Album

Adrian Randall, Staff Writer October 17, 2023

3TEETH is an industrial metal band with a snake-like bite on its listeners from the time they press play to the end of any album. The bite leaves listeners feeling desolate and hopeless about the Earth....

5 characters in the film Dungeons and Dragons: Honor Among Thieves gathered around a magical device.

“Dungeons and Dragons: Honor Among Thieves” is This Year’s Biggest Surprise

Eric Banks, Staff Writer May 5, 2023

Chances are, Dungeons and Dragons: Honor Among Thieves wasn’t your most anticipated movie of the year. Making a D&D movie in the first place is a fool's errand. The last adaptation of the popular...

Person reading on the beach, book opened to Chapter 1.

The Crossover’s Must-Read Books for Summer Break (2023)

Crossover Staff May 2, 2023

Haley Seymour, Editor in Chief My top pick of this year (so far) has to be The It Girl by Ruth Ware. Ruth Ware is one of my favorite authors, and I was lucky enough to interview her for my Capstone project,...

A piece of Depeche Modes newest album, featuring photos of their former band member.

Depeche Mode Uses New Album as Mode to Deal with Grief

Adrian Randall, Staff Writer April 12, 2023

Death impacts us all. As a writer, I've been influenced to create because of death in the past. Others have made their magnum opuses out of their pain and grief. Examples of this would be songs or entire...

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