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Mentorship

Violet Parrott, Reporter

March 26, 2019

As a capstone class requirement, seniors arrange an off-campus mentorship in their desired career field in the spring. The mentorship is a way for seniors to get hands-on experience in their chosen career. Seniors started their mentorships on Feb. 19 and the program will last until April 11. Senior...

New Gun Legislation Sparks Statewide Debate

Dylan DelCol, Reporter

March 25, 2019

In late February, newly inaugurated Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt, signed into law a measure that would allow Oklahoma residents age 21 and over to carry a gun without requiring a permit. The bill established Constitutional Carry across the state and is set to take effect on 1 Nov 2019. Though...

HCP Senior night slideshow 2019

Nikita Lewchuk, Reporter, Managing Editor

March 14, 2019

Romance (and money) is in the air

February 12, 2019

We all know what the middle of February means: discount candy day. But before people gorge themselves on half-off Snickers, they typically spend their time enjoying Valentine's Day with the people they love. There are plenty of ways to spend the day, from spending quality time with each other to just se...

Performing in the big leagues

Performing in the big leagues

Alice Bennett, Reporter

February 8, 2019

"I wish I had two arms more arms to give you four thumbs down." Harsh, yes, but criticism is necessary for growth when competing in an environment like the All State Orchestra. Juniors Victor Nyugen, violinist, and Jackson Burnette, bassist, learned this lesson during their time at All State back in...

A Streetcar Named Embark OKC

Nikita Lewchuk, Reporter

February 1, 2019

After months of construction and anticipation, Oklahoma City joined cities like Dallas and Milwaukee in bringing modern streetcar systems to the inner city in an effort to revitalize the downtown area. The project was part of Oklahoma City’s Maps 3 Program, which was funded through a one cent sales tax...

Freshman performs with regional honor band

Freshman performs with regional honor band

Jordyn Daniels, Reporter/ video editor

January 30, 2019

The Central Oklahoma Band Director's Association (CODA) held its annual clinic and performance the weekend of Jan. 10 and 11 at the University of Oklahoma Catlett Music Center. Freshman Ryan McLaughlin auditioned for CODA in Nov. 2018. He, along with around 90 freshmen from across the state, made...

Perfect Gift Ideas For The Holidays

Hani Mohamed and Gregory Richardson, Reporters

December 19, 2018

The holidays are coming up so we all know that depending on who the receiving the gift that the price range is partial. Depending on who the gift is for you create a set price. Also depending on who it is, you choose specific things for people,we wouldn't want to give an older brother a barbie doll....

2018 Midterms: Out with the old, in with the same

2018 Midterms: Out with the old, in with the same

Alice Bennett, Reporter

December 4, 2018

This past Thanksgiving, a hot topic around the dinner table was politics, and the 2018 midterms only fanned the flames. For Oklahoma state politics though, not much has changed. In the Governor's race, Stitt, the Republican candidate, won out over Democratic candidate Drew Edmondson, with a 54.3% ma...

Catching up with the Mayor

Staff

December 3, 2018

The Marionette checked in with new OKC Mayor David Holt a few months into his mayorship to see how things were going since he took over the position. Topics include MAPS, diversity, fame and a fun holiday speed round.

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