Teddy Porter, '25; & Brayan Tenesaca, '25 - Posted 12/02/2022 02:52PM
World Cup fever has taken over Wooster's campus, and on Tuesday before the US played Iran, our journalism students were able to hold a live zoom with Wooster parent Shaw Brown, who was at the stadium to produce the game for Telemundo. Teddy and Brayan tell us about his background, and his experience in Qatar and at other World Cups.
Ava Cilento, '25, & Charlotte Purkiss, '25 - Posted 12/02/2022 02:52PM
This is WiNK Jeopardy! In this episode, Charlotte and Ava asked contestants Jack Zahner, Jack Matz, Teddy Porter and Elise Newman a series of questions about Wooster sports. Find out who is this week's Jeopardy Champion.
Owen Michalowski, '25 - Posted 12/02/2022 02:51PM
Owen tells us what he was like to watch the U.S. not qualify for the World Cup last time around, and now his excitement over their performance this year.
Molly Sullivan, '25 - Posted 12/02/2022 02:51PM
Now that it's officially December, the decorating has begun, the tress are being cut down, and the holiday excitement is building. Molly asked some people at Wooster about their favorite December traditions.
Elliot Rosen, '25 - Posted 12/02/2022 02:51PM
Due to the Thanksgiving Break, there's two weeks to update us on in Wooster's faculty and staff fantasy football league. And with only two weeks left in the regular season, the standings are very tight.
Anica Diaz, '24 - Posted 12/02/2022 02:51PM
Just before Thanksgiving Break, Anica helped organize Wooster's second Meet the Pets Night over Zoom. She tells us more about it here.
Alexandra Kriegel, '25 - Posted 12/02/2022 02:51PM
Alexandra has been introducing us to this year's new teachers, and she's almost done. This week, meet Upper School Math Teacher Sue Lussier.
Elise Newman, '23 - Posted 12/02/2022 02:51PM
Elise is interviewing seniors throughout the course of the school year to check in on how they are doing during the different stages of senior year. She continues this week by checking in with two seniors, Campbell Greenberg and Daschel Knuff.
Jacob Cotton, '25 - Posted 12/02/2022 02:50PM
Jacob tells us about the biggest disappointments in the NFL this past week.
Eian Cushnie, '23 - Posted 12/02/2022 02:50PM
Eian is sharing album reviews with WiNK and continues this week by reviewing another one of his favorite albums, Amerikkan Bada$$.
Alé Greco, '26; & Kendall Zakowich, '26 - Posted 12/02/2022 02:50PM
Alé and Kendall introduce us to the freshman advisors for this year -- some are new to Wooster, while others were advisors to the Class of '22 and are starting over with a new group.
Katherine Breen, '23, & Presley Damiano,'23 - Posted 11/22/2022 03:54PM
Katherine and Presley have been making the WiNK Thanksgiving video since their freshmen year... so here is their final video in this annual series, wishing our community a very Happy Thanksgiving!
Sophia Cilento, '23 - Posted 11/18/2022 02:22PM
Happy Thanksgiving! As we spend the next few days preparing for and eating our Thanksgiving meals, we know most of us will have turkey. This promoted Sophia to ask the questions: why turkey? And does anyone really like it anyway?
Anica Diaz, '24 - Posted 11/18/2022 02:22PM
A few weeks ago, Anica shared her thoughts, and the thoughts of others at Wooster, on the crockpot. She decided this wasn't enough, though, and took it upon herself (and at the recommendation of Dr. Martin) to try a few recipes out, and shares what she found.
Alexandra Kriegel, '25 - Posted 11/18/2022 02:21PM
Each week, Alexandra will introduce us to a new Wooster teacher. Next up: Bridge Teacher Fran Havard.
Jack Zahner, 24; & Zayden Williams, '24 - Posted 11/18/2022 02:21PM
Jack and Zayden are highlighting athletes that have made a big impact on their team in the past week, naming them WiNK Athletes of the Week. This week, they selected two athletes who have had exceptional performances: Football player Jack Matz and Girls Soccer Goalie Kate Breen.
Ioanna Aspras, '23 - Posted 11/18/2022 02:21PM
In response to the ongoing news about soccer star Cristiano Ronaldo, Ioanna follows up with a piece on why sportsmanship is so important.
Cece Purkiss, '23; Sloane Fleming, '23; Molly Clark, '23; Elise Newman, '23; & Presley Damiano, '23 - Posted 11/18/2022 02:21PM
Cece, Sloane, Elise, Presley and Molly - all seniors on the GVS team - vlogged the last week of games to share with WiNK, which includes winning HVALS!!, and playing in the first round of the NEPSAC Tournament.
Michael Guillcatanda, 25 - Posted 11/18/2022 02:20PM
Michael plays tribute to the three seniors on the boys soccer team: Max, Chris and Eian and interviews them about their experience on the team.
Teddy Porter, '25; & Brayan Tenesaca, '25 - Posted 11/18/2022 02:20PM
Teddy and Brayan, WiNK members who are also on the boys varsity soccer team, share regular updates on how the team is doing. This week, the team played in HVAL Finals (spoiler alert: they won!), and the first round of the NEPSAC tournament.
Elise Newman, '23 - Posted 11/18/2022 02:20PM
Elise is interviewing seniors throughout the course of the school year to check in on how they are doing during the different stages of senior year. She continues this week by checking in with two seniors, Annie DeRosaire and Yabi Segalla.
Elliot Rosen, '25 - Posted 11/18/2022 02:19PM
There were upsets and injuries this weekend that impacted our fantasy teams. Elliot tells us how members of Wooster's faculty and staff did this week in their fantasy football league.
Gus Aspillaga, '25 - Posted 11/18/2022 02:19PM
Coach John Anderson, a former assistant coach with the boys varsity basketball team, returns to Wooster this season to head up the varsity program.
Eian Cushnie, '23 - Posted 11/18/2022 01:20PM
Eian is sharing album reviews with WiNK and continues this week by reviewing another one of his favorite albums, Her Loss- Drake & 21 Savage.
Sean Jakobson, '26, & Ronan O'Hollaran - Posted 11/18/2022 01:20PM
Sean and Ronan have teamed up to give us the power rankings of all 32 NFL teams after Week 10 of the season.

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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