Valentine's Day was on Wednesday, so for this week's Question of the Week, Saje and Johnny asked if people like the 'holiday' or not?
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.
Did you know that Wooster's Forever Young Gym is named for Hall of Fame QB and Super Bowl MVP Steve Young? And that he visited Wooster, along with Celtics star Danny Aigne, twice!, back in 2001 and 2003? Gus tells us more.
Julia is part of Theater Tech for the upcoming production of Guys & Dolls. She takes us behind the scenes to meet some of the cast and crew, and on a backstage tour.
This week, Peyton collabs with One Bite/One Sip stars Morgan and Zoe to make cookies and turn them into ice cream sandwiches. (watch this first, then OB/OS!)
In a massive WiNK collaboration, this week in "One Bite, One Sip..." seniors Zoe and Morgan are joined by Chef Manicini and WiNK teacher Ms. Thaler to try the cookie ice cream sandwiches made in Peyton's video.
On Friday, students, faculty, and even a parent performed at Wooster's Open Mic Night in the Black Box Theater, the first since before Covid. Sean, who took to the stage himself in a stand-up routine, tells us more.