The Pipeline

Students reveal their cheating experiences

Dan Waldman, Editor-in-Chief

April 19, 2015


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Approximately 300 parents of tenth grade students in Bihar, India were arrested March 20, after being caught scaling the walls of a school to provide their children with answers for their examinations. Over 750 students were expelled from the school and saw their futures crumble before them. According...

Teachers learn to catch and respond to cheating students

Lexi Zimmerman, Opinion Editor

April 19, 2015


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Students witness it every day. They see the student in front of them or across from them looking over their papers to copy the answers from someone else's paper. In most cases, students do not react as long as it does not affect them. However, when it does involve them, say if their paper is the paper...

Will cheating ever stop? Outlook proves doubtful

Lyric Cauthorne, Assistant Doubletruck Editor

April 19, 2015


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As the year progresses, school work gets more difficult and students have to start applying prior knowledge to complete their assessments. For the students who study, the transition is simple. But, for students who did not try as hard in class as others, it becomes more difficult to keep up. For some...

Students draw historical figures on PHS wall

Lacey Janofsky, News Editor

April 19, 2015


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Wires dangling from the ceiling, three trailers and blank walls are not sights that students appreciate during the renovation process. Not much can be done about the wires and trailers; however, the white wall that blocks the ongoing construction has recently transformed into a collection of murals....

Pickett releases second iTunes song

Naomi Hoch, Assistant News Editor

April 19, 2015


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Pikesville High School senior, Jessica Pickett, released her latest song on iTunes, “Party and Crash it,” in December of 2014. Pickett has been singing for six years and said that music has played a major role in her life. “Music has definitely impacted me as a person,” Pickett said. “Since...

Roberson inherits artistic ability

Sephora Dikabou, Entertainment Editor

April 18, 2015


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Before painting, Keihonte Roberson (’16), sketches out his work with a pencil, outlines it and then shades it in. Last School year, Roberson had a piece of artwork of a hockey player hanging in the school, but it was taken down due to the renovation. Coming from a family of artists, Roberson was introduced...

Spanish Club kickstarts tutoring campaign at Pikesville Middle School

Hannah Stoller, Doubletruck Editor

April 18, 2015


Filed under Student Life

Just a few years ago, many of Pikesville High School’s juniors and seniors roamed the hallways of Pikesville Middle School. They chatted with friends, learned from teachers and shared anxiety over grades and tests. Now, three to four years later, these same students walk through the Pikesville Middle...

School-related stress encourages cheating

Lexi Zimmerman, Opinion Editor

April 18, 2015


Filed under Opinion

The test is about to be distributed within minutes. Your heart is racing and your hands are sweating. You remember not studying last night, but now it is coming back to haunt you. You are terrified of failing, so what do you do? Cheat. Cheating is getting a reward for one's ability to be dishonest...

Jesane Phillander hopes to lead PHS basketball in the future

Jarred Belman, Sports Editor

April 18, 2015


Filed under Sports

Pikesville boys basketball has enjoyed one of their more successful seasons in recent memory this year, beating teams with their knockdown shooting, and upsetting 11th ranked Milford Mill Academy. A big reason for Pikesville’s success this year has been big man Jesane Phillander. At six-foot-two, Phillander...

Cheerleading shows excellence, makes appearance at regionals

Morgan Anthony, Feature Editor

April 18, 2015


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PHS cheerleaders are reflecting a spectacular season, after making an appearance at regionals. Last season, the panthers came up short for qualifications at counties. The Lady Panthers placed fourth at the CCBC Dundalk county competition out of twenty teams with a score of 101.65. “Advancing to...

Students upset with lack of acknowledgement of national news

Hannah Stoller, Doubletruck editor

April 17, 2015


Filed under Opinion

On Nov. 25, 2014, after the grand jury’s decision on the Ferguson case, students in seven high schools in Minneapolis, Minnesota gathered their belongings, walked out the front door and marched to the 3rd precinct, bearing passionate signs. At George Washington Carver High School, following the public...

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