Echo Ma, '20 & Luke Borrero, '20 - Posted 06/01/2018 06:33PM
This is the last week for our WiNK students, so they finished off by asking people about their highlights from the 2017-18 school year.
Ingrid Li, '19 - Posted 06/01/2018 06:30PM
That's right, Daniel Michael trained for and ran in a marathon for his SIS. Ingrid tells us how he did, and if he wants to continue on this path.
Andrew Felton, '19 - Posted 06/01/2018 06:29PM
Junior Andrew Felton traveled to Jamaica this spring as part of a dental mission that served 1,000 patients.
Ollie Felicione, '20 & Sartaj Singh, '20 - Posted 06/01/2018 06:29PM
Ollie and Sartaj are back with their in-depth sports reporting, and are making their predictions on who will be receive the top NBA Awards this year.
Echo Ma, '20, & Luke Borrero, '20 - Posted 05/25/2018 03:29PM
This was a big birthday week on campus (Mr. Byrnes, Mr. Pannone, Mr. Schwoerke, Ms. Gerardi, and several students, including a WiNK member), so WiNK asked students and faculty what their favorite birthday meal is.
Will Sacco, Tennis Coach - Posted 05/25/2018 03:25PM
On Thursday, the tennis teams gathered for the Wooster Cup, a traditional year-end celebration of tennis on campus. Players on the tennis team's were asked to find adults or non-players from the Wooster community to pair with - WiNK has the results.
Brooke Thaler, Girls Lacrosse Coach - Posted 05/25/2018 03:24PM
On Wednesday, the girls lacrosse team invited its lacrosse alumni from the Class of 2017 back for a scrimmage during practice.
Ingrid Li, '19 - Posted 05/25/2018 03:24PM
Ingrid tells us about two recent incidents involving racial profiling, and an upcoming activity Wooster students have planned to examine the role that privilege plays in our society.
WiNK Staff - Posted 05/18/2018 01:32PM
A major storm hit the area on Tuesday afternoon, resulting in power outages all over the area, including Wooster's campus. School was cancelled for two days, and the damage is severe in many neighborhoods. WiNK has the details.
Lily Newman, '23 - Posted 05/18/2018 01:29PM
Five students and three teachers will be heading to Nepal this June to continue to build the partnership with Rashmi School. Lily tells us more about what they have planned this time.
Brittany Nisco's 8th grade class - Posted 05/18/2018 10:52AM
Ms. Nisco's 8th grade Digital Media class made it's own version of a "newscast."
Kaylie Singhal '23 - Posted 05/18/2018 10:45AM
Please help me by donating your used and broken crayons. I have red collection buckets in the lower school and the middle school. My collection will run from Friday, May 18 - Tuesday, June 5.
Echo Ma, '20 - Posted 05/13/2018 12:55PM
It's Mother's Day! We would like to wish a Happy Mother's Day to all of our Wooster Moms. Thank you for all you do for our students and our school!
Ingrid Li, '19 - Posted 05/13/2018 12:54PM
Ingrid tells us about DLI Art students who, for their final projects, are curating their own virtual exhibits.
Luke Borrero, '20 - Posted 05/13/2018 12:54PM
Luke captured some of the sights from campus this week.
Hayden DellaCamera, '18 - Posted 05/04/2018 03:58PM
Wondering where the seniors went after they left last week? Hayden tells us about a few students' interesting SIS projects.
Echo Ma, '20 - Posted 05/04/2018 03:58PM
Finally! The weather has turned from cold and rainy to sunny and warm. Echo shows us the sights and sounds from around campus during these beautiful days.
Amirah AlGhadhouri, '19 - Posted 05/04/2018 03:58PM
Amirah attended the AFS Intercultural Festival last weekend and shares her experience, and the stories of other AFS students, with us.
Wooster School - Posted 04/30/2018 12:55PM
Wooster School's first ever Middle School debate team, coached by Latin Teacher David Moran, went to the Connecticut Middle School Debate League Tournament on Saturday, April 21 at Eastern Middle School in Greenwich, CT.
Josh Carone, '18 & Cooper Byrnes, '19 - Posted 04/27/2018 03:23PM
It's a sad day for WiNK... this is our last Weekly Recap featuring Josh Carone, since he is (finally) graduating. Find out who could possibly replace him, and where are he and his classmates going to college.

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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