Deadline: March 30, 2012
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Rules and Eligibility

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Entries are accepted from only grades 9 through 12 in U.S. high schools
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Entries must be the original work of students in grades 9 through 12 completed under the direction and supervision of a high school teacher or student organization advisor. An individual student may not enter.
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Entries must be digitally submitted and must be formatted in accord with the technical directions specified on the competition’s website.
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Entries must be in the English language.
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Entries must be received on or before March 30, 2012.
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Decision concerning competition winners is the sole responsibility of the Media Arts and Technology program at Rochester Institute of Technology
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The Media Arts and Technology’s decisions with regard to winners are final and binding.
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Delivery of printed products to the competition’s winners must be accepted by the winners by June 29, 2012.
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Your entry warrants that it does not violate or infringe on any copyright laws.
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By entering, you agree that Media Arts and Technology may use your work in promotional literature, printed or electronic.
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In the event that your entry is lost or damaged, you agree to hold Media Arts and Technology harmless.
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Media Arts and Technology reserves the right to cancel or modify the competition rules and prizes.
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Media Arts and Technology reserves the right to disqualify entrants for failure to abide by these rules or by the technical directions.
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Media Arts and Technology will provide technical assistance of a general nature but will maintain its objectivity with regard to progressing work on entries. Questions about the competition or about technical directions will be posted on the competition’s website.
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The competition’s winning high schools will be identified on the competition’s website.