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Angad Virk

“I love to write. I love to write poems; I love to write music; I love making music in general. The whole musical side of me is something that I never portray but it’s there… I feel like I can express myself, but there’s a little more to it. Some days you have emotions or things you want to say, but you can’t say them, and putting them down on paper, or just writing it down, it feels a lot better for me. I [write] it down, it’s there, now it’s off my chest, it can lie there, and I can reflect off of it later,” junior Angad Virk explained.


Here Virk is pictured with his personal notebook, where he writes down his thoughts, poems, and sometimes song lyrics.

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