The Pipeline

Ramadan

Sitora Akhmedova

June 14, 2016


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Every year, millions of Muslims around the world participate in Ramadan for a month. During Ramadan, Muslims fast from sunrise to sunset and spend more time at mosques to recite the Quran. Ramadan takes place during the ninth month of the Muslim year. This year, it started on Monday June 6th and will e...

Twinning and winning

Jordan Plotkin

June 14, 2016


Filed under Student Life

Two well-known twins and Pikesville’s rising seniors, the Farasats, are very talented young men who both share a passion for baseball. Shayan and Shouran Farasat are athletic, smart, and talented. This upcoming summer, they are both hoping to get recruited to play baseball in college. They both would...

The history of Labor Day

Breanna Gary

June 14, 2016


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The history of Labor Day dates back to September 5, 1882, the first day it was officially celebrated. This holiday is a creation of the labor movement and is dedicated to the social and economic efforts of American workers. The very first government recognition came through “municipal ordinances,”...

Zika virus

Alex Bierer

June 14, 2016


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Many people in the United States are frantic over the outbreak of the Zika Virus. For those who do not already know, the Zika Virus is contracted through mosquitos, but it can also be sexually transmitted by someone who is infected with Zika. Zika is the most fatal to the fetus of a pregnant women. When...

Panther football

Ben Garonzik

June 14, 2016


Filed under Sports

Pikesville High School’s football team is in the midst of their rebuilding process. Over the past few years, Pikesville has amounted to a plethora of losses and only a small handful of wins. Despite their recent history, the Panthers are known to have a lot of heart, and they are determined to play...

Tattoos: the Ink is Spreading

Guiliana Datnoff

June 14, 2016


Filed under Opinion

Whether they act as an artistic expression of one’s beliefs, a permanent reminder of a special memory, or just simply a beautiful design to look at, tattoos are an ancient craft that are now growing in popularity. Just a few years ago, tattoos were considered a taboo to be concealed and avoided. Today,...

Unique freebies

Ben Garonzik

June 10, 2016


Filed under Sports

Besides the hassle of schlepping from their parking spots to the stadium and ravaging through their bags to find their admission tickets, sports fans share a pleasant surprise when they arrive at the gates and they see volunteers generously handing out gifts. Professional sports organizations love gifting...

Preparing for junior year

Allen Khodab

June 10, 2016


Filed under Student Life

The end of the school year is the most exciting time of the year for most students. It marks the end of a year of hard work and the beginning of a period of great weather and memories. Summer is a great time for students to visit the beach, work, explore the world, and get ahead of the school year to...

Popular music services to use this summer

Brendan Varhaftik

June 10, 2016


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Spotify: One of the fastest growing and most popular music services of late has been the company Spotify. Based in Stockholm, Sweden, the company is a commercial music streaming, podcast, and video service that provides content from record labels and artists. The popular app can be accessed in two ways...

Summers at Camp Louise

Ava Meltzer

June 10, 2016


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For those who never went to Camp Louise before, the sound of the name doesn’t evoke much. Perhaps they know Camp Louise is a sleepover camp, and maybe they know one or two girls who went there. However, for those who spent their summers there, the name says more than summer camp. The name ignites warmth,...

Rising seniors plan for outside education

Allen Khodab

June 10, 2016


Filed under Student Life

When rising seniors sat down to have a conversation with their guidance counselor about their schedule, most decided to have a full day of classes. However, some decided to take a partial day, to either do parallel enrollment or an internship. Parallel enrollment involves students enrolling in a college,...

Student restlessness

Guiliana Datnoff

June 10, 2016


Filed under Student Life

As the end of the school year quickly approaches, students are becoming unbearably restless. Brainstorming charts are being filled with question marks and homework assignments are filling the recycling bin. Despite the dwindling number of school days, these actions are not justified. The end of the school...

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