22 Nov 2016

Ernest Prakasa Invite Students Perform Revolutionary Change

BANDUNG, TEL-U – Artists at once comedian Ernest Prakasa encourage students to make a revolutionary change. The trick does not need to be grandiose. It can start from small things around the neighborhood where the students were able to bring home a positive influence.

“Friends, if you want to make changes, it can be started from small things, such as a  teacher from Jogja that empowers deaf friends by teaching them dance through booms or beats of the music. So, in my opinion, the revolutionary does not need a global scale, ranging from the smallest things only once, and can have a positive impact on all around, “said Ernest.

This statement was delivered  in the “Share Inspiration & Get Mature With Abilities (SIGMA 2016)”. This inspirational seminar organized by the Department of Research and Development BEM School of Communication and Business Telkom University (BEM FKB Tel-U) was held in the Hall of School of Economics and Business Miossu Building, 5th floor, Saturday (19/11). In addition Affairs Manager Ahmad Syukur Muharram and Vice Dean FKB, Ade Irma Susanti, MM., Ph.D, was present at this event Tel-U students and students from other universities, as well as high school students in Bandung.

With the theme “You are Revolutionaries”, SIGMA 2016 was divided into two events. In addition to inspiring seminar that presents the The Nation’s Light (Cahaya Anak Negeri) and Ernest Prakasa, SIGMA 2016 also filled by several contests (idea challange challange and speech).

According to the Chairman of the SIGMA 2016, Mia Audini it hoped this activity can be an “alarm” for students to animate their role as agents of change. “The student was more like a challenge, and therefore we boxed the race in the form of a challenge, while for the seminar on the theme inspired by the goal ofstudent’s character building who are active, creative, and inspiring,” he said.

To encourage the birth of a generation that is active, creative, and inspiring, Cahaya Anak Negeri as a room in helping street children; orphans; and other children in need, also share ideas and experiences in this event. (PR / Nisa)

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