Katherine Breen, '23; & Matt Hoekenga, '23 - Posted 01/21/2022 02:22PM
If you see students and faculty walking or running, and freezing, around campus this winter, they're probably participating in the Frozen Feet Challenge. Matt and Katherine tell us more about what this entails.
Colin Fortson, '22 - Posted 01/21/2022 02:21PM
Here, Colin ranks his top six villains from the Spider-Man franchise. Spoiler alert - don't read unless you have watched them all!
Cole Breen, '22 - Posted 01/21/2022 02:21PM
On Monday, we observed Martin Luther King Day, just as Democrats' voting reform bills took center stage. Cole tells us more.
Robert Gabrik, '22 - Posted 01/21/2022 02:21PM
This week, Robert and his All-Star Band -- Sam Goldblat, '22, and Cole Breen, '22 -- play Sister Golden Hair by America.
Isabel Allo, '22 - Posted 01/21/2022 02:20PM
Isabel tells us why she's re-reading The Happiness Project, and what emotions that brings up.
Kate Breen, '23 - Posted 01/21/2022 02:20PM
COVID has been interesting in how it has hit households. Sometimes one person in the family gets it, sometimes everyone does. Kate shares her story of her parents testing positive, while she and her sister managed to avoid getting it.
Evie Zahner, '22 - Posted 01/21/2022 02:20PM
Evie and a few of her friends attended the NY Islanders vs. Washington Capitals game last weekend at the new UBS Arena. She vlogged her experience and shares her footage with WiNK.
Austin Etzbach, '25 - Posted 01/21/2022 02:20PM
Austin introduces us to another Wooster teacher. This week, he tells us the story of how Mr. Johnston became a music teacher.
Max Porter, '22 - Posted 01/21/2022 02:20PM
In this episode of The Drive Home Podcast, Max is looking into the issue of violence against the U.S. government. Can it be justified? Under what circumstances can it and can it not be? He will also talk with fellow senior and WiNK journalist Cole Breen about the January 6th Capitol attacks as a case study to answer these questions.
Amelia Vail, '24; & Sara Rieger, '24 - Posted 01/21/2022 02:20PM
COVID has hit Wooster students over the course of the past few weeks, and the experience seems to be different for everyone. Some are sick, while others are asymptomatic. Sara had it last week, and she and Amelia share her story.
Evie Zahner, '22 - Posted 01/21/2022 02:19PM
As an athlete and sports fan, Evie asks the question of why we don't see more women refereeing more sporting events, especially professional ones.
Trip Dulecki, '22; & Sam Goldblat, '22 - Posted 01/21/2022 02:19PM
NFL Playoffs started last weekend with the Super Wild Card Weekend. Trip and Sam gave us their predictions, so let's see how they did, and how they adjust them based on the actual outcomes going into this weekend's games.
Dylan Goldberg, '25 - Posted 01/21/2022 02:19PM
Dylan tells us about how the NY Rangers have become on of the best teams in the NHL this season and are currently leading the Metropolitan Division.
Vladimir Schwindeman-Romano, '22 - Posted 01/21/2022 02:18PM
Vlad tells us more about the highly-anticipated fourth and final season of Ozark, which will be released on Netflix this weekend.
Ava Cilento, '25; & Charlotte Purkiss, '25 - Posted 01/21/2022 02:18PM
Ava and Charlotte continue with WiNK series that asks "Whose ...?" This week, they test you to see if you can recognize people by their painted fingernails.
Marcus Dupree, '22 - Posted 01/21/2022 02:17PM
Marcus tells us about the eruption of an underwater volcano near Tonga that caused a tsunami that wrecked havoc on the area.
Sydney Berner, '23 - Posted 01/21/2022 02:17PM
Sydney shares her top ten beauty industry predictions in terms of types, products and trends makeup trends will come and go in the upcoming year.
Molly Clark, '23 - Posted 01/14/2022 02:36PM
Unfortunately, COVID is "back." It hit a lot of people over break and in the two weeks following. Molly explains Omicron and Delta, and the differences between the two, and how the virus is currently impacting us.
Cole Breen, '22 - Posted 01/14/2022 02:35PM
Last week marked the one-year anniversary of the January 6, 2021 insurrection. Cole takes a look back, and shares his thoughts on the events of that day, and on where we are a year later.
Ava Cilento, '25; & Charlotte Purkiss, '25 - Posted 01/14/2022 02:35PM
Ava and Charlotte continue with WiNK series that asks "Whose ...?" This week, now that they are temporarily back in dress code due to cold temps, they test you to see if you can recognize people by their sweatpants.
Max Porter, '22 - Posted 01/14/2022 02:32PM
As the American Red Cross has declared its first national blood crisis in history this week, Max explains the outdated and discriminatory regulations involving gay men and why those should change.
Zoe Hurwitz, '24, & Morgan Boxer, '24 - Posted 01/14/2022 02:30PM
We have three Matts on campus this year. This week, Morgan and Zoe see which one - Matt Amarante, '23; Matt Hoekenga, '23; or Head of School Matt Byrnes - you are most like.
Molly Clark, '23; Sloane Fleming, '23; & Elise Newman, '23 - Posted 01/14/2022 02:29PM
Dunkin' has yet another new menu. This week, Molly, Sloane and Elise try out some new drinks and share their thoughts with us.
Isabel Allo, '22 - Posted 01/14/2022 02:29PM
Isabel shares with us her outlook on 2022, especially based on a recent quote she heard: "You don't need new ideas; you need more action."
Evie Zahner, '22 - Posted 01/14/2022 02:28PM
Evie describes some of her inevitable feelings of anxiety around the college process and 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, 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.

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Brooke Thaler

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