The Ubiquity

Aidan Sidikpramana

Aidan Sidikpramana, Staff Writer

Oh, it appears you have stumbled upon my biography page. I guess you must really like my writing. Allow me to introduce myself, I am Aidan Sidikpramana. This would mark my second and last year writing for the QHHS Ubiquity so enjoy my content while it lasts. Other than the Ubiquity, I am also very involved with the Multicultural Club and Key Club. This year I am serving as President for the Multicultural Club and I am currently the 2020-2021 Key Club Lieutenant Governor of Division 38 West. Since last year, the 3:00 A.M. lurking hours have evolved to 24/7 lurking hours due to me learning how to transcend space and time themselves. Since you have made it this far I suppose I could offer you some interesting facts about myself. I have a crippling instant noodle addiction, I enjoy cooking, I love biking, I am not Italian, bathing feels good, and I enjoy the smell of shampoo. If we have the ability to see each other in person around campus feel free to say hi to me from six feet away while we are both wearing masks and, who knows, I may smile or bow in your direction. Thank you for taking the time out of your day to read about me. I hope you enjoyed your stay.


9.28.20 Update

Online school has limited me in my ability to do much other than the same routine everyday. Slowly, the days are morphing into one and it is difficult to distinguish if something occurred today or yesterday. One thing that has been keeping me busy the past few weeks is Animal Crossing: New Horizon on my Nintendo Switch. I bought this game around July and have enjoyed maintaining my little island ever since. Not much has changed with me; new music has really been what's keeping me excited for the coming days. For example, Nectar by Joji is coming out on the 25th so keep your eyes open for that.


2.1.21 Update

Wow, that was a much-needed break. This past year was very tough, but here is to looking to the future. I have been able to catch up with many of my friends during this break and, more importantly, relax. It has been very hard for many of us with all the work and college applications. I can confidently say that I have completed all of my applications and am waiting to see the results this coming spring. Though my senior year has been pretty uneventful compared with previous years, I can still say I am thankful for the experiences that QHHS has given me, and I cannot wait to take on the world with everything I have learned.

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