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Jillian Schnaudigel, '21 - Posted 10/16/2020 02:49PM
Jillian tells us about the origins and history of the Black Lives Matter movement, and how you can get involved.
Max Porter, '22 - Posted 10/16/2020 02:49PM
Max shares his thoughts and concerns about the upcoming Election and how it may all play out.
Sophia Cilento, '23 - Posted 10/16/2020 02:48PM
Sophia interviewed Mr. Byrnes after last week's announcement about scheduling decisions for the remainder of the school year.
Matt Hoekenga, '23, & Ava Honeycutt, '24 - Posted 10/16/2020 02:48PM
Matt and Ava asked Wooster students and teachers to share their hidden talents.
Joey Everett, '22 - Posted 10/16/2020 02:48PM
Joey shares a riveting tale of rescuing his left airpod from the drain of his bathroom sink.
Max Thaler, '21 - Posted 10/16/2020 02:47PM
Max shows us what his job is like at the Danbury Ice Arena, which includes being a zamboni driver.
Amelia Vail, '24 - Posted 10/16/2020 02:47PM
Inspired by her Humanities class, Amelia asked the Wooster community a very simple question - what makes you happy?
Ali Lopes, '21 - Posted 10/16/2020 02:47PM
Ali introduces us to some of the members of this year's volleyball team.
Sloane Fleming, '23, & Cece Purkiss, '23 - Posted 10/16/2020 02:46PM
Cece and Sloane introduce to a few more members of the Class of 2024.
Luca Segalla, '21 - Posted 10/16/2020 02:46PM
Luca tells us about ANTIFA and what that really means.
Kieran Greeley, '22 - Posted 10/16/2020 02:46PM
A new (bubbled) season of the Bachelorette kicked off on Monday night, which means our resident Bachelor Beat Writer, Kieran, is back to fill us in on Episode 1.
Logan Burhance, '22 - Posted 10/16/2020 02:45PM
Logan talks about exactly that - President Trump's tax returns, which recently became public.
Alexa Dominguez, '24, & Maya Wood, '24 - Posted 10/16/2020 02:45PM
Can you name the show based on its theme song? Alexa and Maya put some Wooster students to the test.
Molly Clark, '23 - Posted 10/16/2020 02:45PM
Molly shares her thoughts on advancements in COVID testing and where we are with a vaccine.
Ioanna Aspras, '23 - Posted 10/16/2020 02:45PM
Each week, WiNK Premier League fan and writer Ioanna profiles a different team in the league. Next up: Aston Villa.
Elise Newman, '23 - Posted 10/16/2020 02:44PM
Elise tells us about the rise in domestic violence cases since the start of the pandemic.
Marcus Dupree, '22 - Posted 10/16/2020 02:44PM
Marcus tells us about how the pandemic has impacted children around the world.
Alice Purkiss, '21 - Posted 10/16/2020 02:43PM
This week, Alice shares her thoughts on the poem Recension Day by Duncan Forbes.
Olivia Peck, '24, & Izzy Gagnon, '24 - Posted 10/09/2020 02:39PM
Olivia and Izzy interviewed Chef Rick about all things Wooster-lunch related, and how different his job is during the pandemic.
Wooster Spectrum - Posted 10/09/2020 02:39PM
This week, Wooster's flagpole has a new occupant - the Wooster Progress Pride Flag! Spectrum tells us more about this important symbol.
Lily Newman, '21 - Posted 10/09/2020 02:38PM
It's Domestic Violence Awareness Month, so Lily shares more.
Darby Drahzal, '21; Savanna Sikorski, '21; & Presley Damiano, '23 - Posted 10/09/2020 02:38PM
The girls' soccer team seems to be having a lot of fun this season. Darby, Sav, and Presley vlogged some practices and share the videos with WiNK.
Cara Costigan, '23, & Sean Garvey, '22 - Posted 10/09/2020 02:38PM
This week, find out which of our Student Ambassador leaders (Kat, Darby or Peter) you are most like.
Katherine Breen, '23, & Katelyn Fox, '23 - Posted 10/09/2020 02:35PM
How long is your commute to Wooster each day? Katherine and Katelyn asked this of some students, and there's quite a range!
Cole Breen, '22 - Posted 10/09/2020 02:35PM
The Vice Presidential candidates took to the debate stage on Wednesday night. Cole, who profiled both of them in WiNK, fills us in.

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. While most of the content is developed in our Upper School Publications elective, we rely on other students and faculty to be contributors.

WiNK Contact

Brooke Thaler

Publications Teacher

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