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Ioanna Aspras, '23 - Posted 05/13/2022 03:19PM
A few months ago, Ioanna decided to start a long-term WiNK project about music and its impact and influence on people (specifically, her teachers). This week, she shares four of her teacher interviews, Mr. Newbury, Ms. McLeod, Mr. Johnston, and Mr. Kendis.
Maya Wood, '24 - Posted 05/13/2022 03:14PM
Maya introduces us to Wooster's Fishing Club, which is in its second year, but has recently gained in popularity.
Sara Rieger, '24 - Posted 05/13/2022 03:14PM
This week, Sara interviewed our Athletic Trainer, Director of Fields Maintenance, and Safety Committee Chair, Mr. Hutchins, who has been at Wooster for 22 years.
Ava Cilento, '25; & Charlotte Purkiss, '25 - Posted 05/13/2022 03:13PM
Thursday was a school-wide Blackout Day as part of our Spring Spirit Days. Ava and Charlotte see if you can identify people by their all black attire.
Cece Purkiss, '23; Elise Newman, '23; Molly Clark, '23; & Sloane Fleming, '23 - Posted 05/13/2022 03:13PM
Cece, Elise, Molly, and Elise are in WiNK and are members of the Girls Varsity Lacrosse team, and again, they vlogged the past few weeks of the season, which included three games.
Austin Etzbach, '25 - Posted 05/13/2022 03:13PM
Austin continues his series of researching how Wooster places got their names. Did you know that the Science Building is actually the Allen O. Whipple Science Building? He tells us more about Dr. Whipple.
Brayan Tenesaca, '25; & Ryan Vincent, '25 - Posted 05/13/2022 03:12PM
Brayan and Ryan teamed up this week to share the latest stock market news.
Evan Bourgeault, '23 - Posted 05/13/2022 03:12PM
Evan recently returned to CrossFit for his spring independent activity and tells us more about his experience and how CrossFit can impact people's lives.
Benjy Pastor, '25 - Posted 05/13/2022 03:12PM
Some of us are old enough to remember when the Georgetown Hoyas were on top of college basketball. Now, not so much. Benjy goes back into the program's history and explains where they used to be, where they are now, and what happened along the way.
Sophia Cilento, '23; Hannah Breen, '23; & Katelyn Fox, '23 - Posted 05/06/2022 02:05PM
There are currently two on-campus houses being occupied by faculty and their families, but there used to be more. By taking a tour of campus and the woods surrounding it, the Archives team explored the history of these homes.
Sara Rieger, '24 - Posted 05/06/2022 02:05PM
This week has been our first week without the Class of '22. Sara interviewed some underclassmen about what campus is like without them here.
Katherine Breen, '23; & Presley Damiano, '23 - Posted 05/06/2022 02:05PM
Sunday is Mother's Day! In their annual video, Katherine and Presley share Mother's Day greetings from the Wooster community.
Marley Dixon, '25; & Melissa Rainville, '25 - Posted 05/06/2022 02:05PM
It's Teacher Appreciation Week, so Marley and Melissa asked their classmates to share messages thanking their Wooster teachers.
Molly Clark, '23 - Posted 05/06/2022 02:04PM
Molly tells us about Mental Health Awareness Month, which is observed throughout May.
Ava Cilento, '25; & Charlotte Purkiss, '25 - Posted 05/06/2022 02:04PM
Last Thursday, before seniors left, they wore their new college merch to school. Ava and Charlotte ask if you can identify people by what college they're wearing/attending.
Anica Diaz, '24 - Posted 05/06/2022 02:04PM
Now that the seniors are gone, the juniors are in charge. After spending the last few weeks training for their new leadership roles, they have now taken them over. Anica asks a few of them about their new jobs.
Brayan Tenesaca, '25; & Ryan Vincent, '25 - Posted 05/06/2022 02:03PM
Brayan and Ryan teamed up this week to share the latest stock market news.
Dylan Goldberg, '25 - Posted 05/06/2022 02:03PM
Dylan has spent his whole life dealing with severe food allergies, and shares his story of what it is like to live with them, and to eliminate one, as he recently has.
Molly Sullivan, '25 - Posted 05/06/2022 02:03PM
In the news this week - the leak that the Supreme Court plans to overturn Roe vs. Wade, giving states the right to determine their own abortion laws. Molly tells us more.
Ioanna Aspras, '23 - Posted 05/06/2022 02:03PM
A few months ago, Ioanna decided to start a long-term WiNK project about music. After she experimented with different kinds of music and gained an appreciation for music she hadn't heard before, she decided to start interviewing teachers about the impact music has had on their lives. She will share those soon, but here's a quick intro to her project.
Katherine Breen, '23; & Presley Damiano, '23 - Posted 04/29/2022 03:32PM
Before the seniors were sent off, Katherine and Presley got them for one last lip sync video -- Feelin' 22, by the Class of '22. We'll miss you seniors!
Cole Breen, '22 - Posted 04/29/2022 01:52PM
In his final WiNK article, and after 11 trimesters of journalism, Cole, who has been here since 9th grade, reflects on the value of community.
Evie Zahner, '22 - Posted 04/29/2022 01:52PM
As Evie prepared for her final day as a Wooster student after being here since kindergarten, she shares her stories of growing up on campus when he dad worked here,and overall, what Wooster has meant to her.
Max Porter, '22 - Posted 04/29/2022 01:52PM
In his last podcast for WiNK, Max interviews his family - his parents and two brothers, who are also Wooster students - about the difference Wooster has made in their lives.
Isabel Allo, '22 - Posted 04/29/2022 01:51PM
In her final reflection for WiNK, Isabel, who has been in the class since she was a sophomore, shares her thoughts on her experience.

About WiNK

WiNK (“Wooster Ink”) is Wooster School’s online student news publication. WiNK serves as the student voice of our community, and provides readers with a weekly overview of what's happening in our students' lives, and it gives students a chance to share their interests and voices. The majority of the content is developed in our Upper School Journalism classes, but we also accept contributions from other students and faculty members.

WiNK Contact

Brooke Thaler

Publications Teacher

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