The Marionette

Treats, eats for all Valentine’s Day budgets

Mitchell Stroud, Reporter

February 8, 2018


Filed under Community, Restaurants, Student Life

You wake up, and the brisk February air gently sweeps away your slumber as you walk to the corner flower shop. Every morning you walk by and see the idle shop-owners welcome the few regulars that stop by every day, but today is different. The flower shop is bustling with troves of customers searching...

November Food Review: Goro Ramen and Pie Junkie

November Food Review: Goro Ramen and Pie Junkie

Dylan DelCol, Reporter

January 17, 2018


Filed under Restaurants

Returning to the plaza district after a month's recess, the Marionette news staff toured two restaurants this month for our first double review: Goro Ramen and Pie junkie. Only three of us had pies afterwards, but we all had ramen so thats where we'll start. Chase Leach and Jordyn Daniels ordered...

String student first to make All-State

Mitchell Stroud, Reporter

December 13, 2017


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Community, Music

Sophomore Jackson Burnette earned a spot in the All-State orchestra on December 3rd. Burnette auditioned along with 25 other bassists, all vying for a spot in the orchestra. In the end, All-State judges chose the top eight bassists from the 26 and awarded them a spot in the orchestra. He was named second...

Roxy’s Retro Freezeria

Roxy’s Retro Freezeria

Dylan DelCol, reporter

October 25, 2017


Filed under Restaurants, Showcase

For those yearning for a classic 60s-style ice cream parlor, Roxy’s Ice Cream and Soda Fountain has brought that experience to three different locations around the OKC Metro. The HCP news staff took the short trip to their first shop on NW 16th Street to enjoy a few of their range of available ...

Historic hurricane season causes billions in damage

Dylan DelCol, Reporter

October 18, 2017


Filed under Community, Technology

This year saw one of the costliest Atlantic hurricane seasons on record - both in dollars and lives - since accurate records of them were first kept in 1851. With a total of eight hurricanes – five of which are classified by the National Hurricane Center as “major hurricanes” (category three or...

Orchestra students participate in local honor orchestra

Rachel Rose, Reporter

October 9, 2017


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Community, HCP News

Twenty HCP orchestra students joined together with orchestra students from other Oklahoma City schools for the 2017 All City Orchestra performance on Friday, Sept. 29. All City Orchestra is an annual event bringing together Oklahoma City orchestra students, under the direction of a guest conductor,...

Goodbye, Cassini

Dylan DelCol, Reporter

September 18, 2017


Filed under Technology

At 6:32 on Friday morning, Sept. 15, the Cassini exploratory satellite plunged into the Jovian planet Saturn, completing its fifth and final mission around the ringed planet in its 13-year survey of the planet, its picturesque rings, and its 62 moons. As we say our goodbyes to this little explorer...

HCP to host inaugural arts festival this October

Chase Leach, Reporter

September 6, 2017


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, HCP News

Harding Charter Prep will host its inaugural Arts Festival on Saturday, Oct. 14, featuring members of the HCP family with a variety of talents, including students, graduates and associates. Teachers Kelli Taylor and Michael Ferguson are spearheading the event, saying it is a way to show that Harding's...

Summer is prime time for TV binging

Rachel Rose, Reporter

August 31, 2017


Filed under Arts & Entertainment

For high school students, summer is a time for binge watching TV shows. Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime, and HBO Go/HBO Now have a variety of popular shows to choose from, so the Marionette caught up with a few students to find out what they chose to watch during the dog days of summer. Senior Nik Daws...

Talent show lineup

Kaitlyn Smith, Reporter

April 12, 2017


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, HCP News, Student Life

The school year is coming to a close as students prepare for the overwhelming AP tests beginning in May. Since this time of the year places students under large amounts of stress, HCP presents the annual talent show. The following students are preforming in the show: Camila Gonzalez (12) will sing...

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