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Cooper Byrnes, '19 & Josh Carone, '18 - Posted 11/21/2017 04:41PM
This week's very important question - Thanksgiving turkey or ham? - is debated by Cooper and Liam.
David Michael, '18 - Posted 11/21/2017 04:40PM
Now that the first trimester is over, Daniel checked in on four freshmen to see how their transition has been to Upper School.
Robert Gabrik, '22 & Mr. Evans - Posted 11/21/2017 04:40PM
Have you ever had soup at Wooster and can't find a soup spoon? Robert and Mr. Evans investigate.
Cosme Navarro '18 - Posted 11/21/2017 04:37PM
Find out whose WiNK was featured last week, and guess who's WiNKing this week.
Alice Purkiss, '21 - Posted 11/21/2017 04:37PM
For this week's Teacher Tales, Alice interviewed Ms. Taraz.
Brooke Thaler - Posted 11/21/2017 04:37PM
When Wooster graduates are home for Thanksgiving, they come back to visit campus, of course! A few members of the Class of 2017 were spotted this week.
Josh Carone, '18 & Cooper Byrnes, '19 - Posted 11/17/2017 01:40PM
This week, Josh and Cooper search for the next Wooster General.
Daniel Michael, '18 - Posted 11/17/2017 01:40PM
Senior Liz Fanzilli will be recognized with the Girl Scout Gold Award, the highest achievement for a Girl Scout. Find out more about her involvement and her project.
Daniel Michael, '18 - Posted 11/17/2017 01:40PM
Daniel tells us why we should all come see this weekend's Fall Play, Delusions.
Jay Wallace, '23 & Chiara Bakalar, '23 - Posted 11/17/2017 01:39PM
Will Sacco and Will Thaler both cut (or shaved) their long locks earlier this week. Middle School correspondents Jay and Chiara tell us more about why they did it.
Cooper Byrnes, '19 - Posted 11/17/2017 01:39PM
In a new segment this trimester, Cooper asks two students to debate a question. This week's question - hard or soft taco shells? - is debated by Mark and Josh.
Cooper Byrnes, '19 - Posted 11/17/2017 01:39PM
Teacher Tales is a new segment from Cooper, in which he asks them some things you wouldn't normally learn in class. This week, Mr. Priedemann.
Daniel Michael, '18 - Posted 11/17/2017 01:39PM
Daniel tells us about Monday night's Fall Sports Celebration and who the award recipients were.
Jillian Schnaudigel, '21 - Posted 11/17/2017 01:38PM
Last Friday, ten Wooster students, along with Ms. Carlson and Mrs. Byrnes, spent the day off helping out at Yarrow Hollow Farm. Jillian tells about their experience.
Alice Purkiss, '21 - Posted 11/17/2017 01:38PM
Tomorrow, Root Hog Lacrosse, Wooster, and the Center for Social Impact Club will be hosting a lacrosse tournament to raise money for charity. Alice tells us more about it.
Drew Greeley, '20 - Posted 11/17/2017 01:38PM
You may have seen some tired hockey players around campus this week - the season officially started at 6:00am on Tuesday morning. Drew tells us about ice hockey's return to Wooster.
Ingrid Li, '19 - Posted 11/17/2017 01:37PM
Last Thursday, DLI Art: Making of Meaning class and Wooster fourth graders went to the Metropolitan Museum together, where the DLI students "taught" the younger students. Ingrid tells us more.
Alice Purkiss, '21 - Posted 11/17/2017 01:37PM
Have you ever thought about how much time teachers spend writing progress reports? Alice asked some about the process that goes into it.
Megan Rajbanshi - Posted 11/17/2017 01:36PM
Turkey Drive is on Monday! And the Henny Penny Hootenanny still needs volunteers. Find out more details.
Ben Everett, '20 - Posted 11/10/2017 04:18PM
Two of our varsity fall teams wrapped up their seasons this week, and two will wrap up tomorrow in post-season competitions. Ben tells us more about soccer, volleyball, and cross country.

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
Brooke.Thaler@woosterschool.org
203-730-6706

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