- StartRegister Now! Finished Sep 08, 2013
- 1Money Talks Finished Oct 31, 2013
- 2(We Are) Animals Finished Nov 30, 2013
- 3Invent Your School Finished Jan 31, 2014
- 4The Blues Finished Feb 28, 2014
- 5Space Invaders Finished Mar 31, 2014
- Semi-FinalInner Visions Finished Apr 30, 2014
- FinalPower to the (Young) People Finished May 31, 2014
- Pre-Season Finished Oct 14, 2014
- 1Move It! Finished Nov 07, 2014
- 2Monsters Finished Nov 30, 2014
- 3BREAKING NEWS Finished Dec 20, 2014
- Winter Break Finished Jan 09, 2015
- 4Border Crossings Finished Jan 31, 2015
- 5The Garden of Earthly Delights Finished Feb 21, 2015
- 6Trust? Finished Mar 15, 2015
- Conference Final Finished Apr 02, 2015
- Championship Finished Apr 30, 2015
You stare at the line that keeps you out. The same one that keeps them in, whoever they are. What’s on the other side? Is the grass really greener? The school better? The neighbourhood safer? The country richer? The family kinder? The people more honest?
Maybe sometimes you cross those lines, those borders. Maybe your parents or grandparents crossed them, when they came to this country. Maybe you cross borders every day on your way to school. Maybe you want to but can’t. Maybe some walls are just too big.
Maybe sometimes the borders themselves are blurred. Sometimes you can’t tell which way is up. Still, sometimes you can. Sometimes borders are real, and scary. Yet at other times crossing a border can mean liberation. When should you cross a border? And what happens when you do? And what happens when you don’t?
Do we even need borders at all?
A border can take many forms. It can be a line on a map that can be erased with the stoke of a pen. It can also be a stone wall 5 metres high and 21,000 kilometres (16 feet high and 13,000 miles) long! Some people advocate opening the world’s borders. For many people, crossing a border is extremely risky , even a matter of life or death.
But borders can be crossed. And they can crumble too. Many artists working in different disciplines have devoted themselves to exploring and crossing borders, as have many activists. Because borders are where the points of tension between people values and communities come into focus.
Where do you draw the line? And where do you cross it?
|Rank||Team||Entry 1||Entry 2||Entry 3||Media Views||Social Rank||Game
|1||Saint Strivers Energy II||2.67||2.74||2.58||388||1||53232||5|
|2||John P. Stevens Media Team Energy I||2.39||2.56||2.38||389||2||47767||4|
|3||Patchogue-Medford High School Media Team Energy I||2.69||2.00||2.79||234||3||47638||3|
|4||École secondaire publique De La Salle Media Team Energy I||2.08||2.54||2.16||244||4||42130||2|
|5||Collinsville High School Media Team Energy II||2.69||0.00||0.00||49||5||16353||1|