Universitas Muhammadiyah Kudus (UMKU) held UMKU Student Sports and Arts Week (PORSEMA) event from Tuesday (10/1) to Thursday (13/1). The event was initiated by the Student Executive Board (BEM) ‘Collaborative Cabinet’. It became their first festive competition in the post Covid-19 pandemic. Through PORSEMA, BEM UMKU successfully gathered a lot of students from various study programs. The students from different study programs compete in the implementation of fastabiqul khoirot (to compete in goodness).
The enthusiasm of all students was demonstrated in every match. During the UMKU Student Sports and Arts Week (PORSEMA), each student prioritized a spirit of togetherness and collaboration between faculties and study programs.
This annual event held for three days, 10-13 January produced great outputs. It could produce ukhuwah ‘brotherness’ between students, the spirit of competition, and the spirit to pursue achievements. It was reflected on a sportive competition by promoting the spirit of togetherness and collaboration between faculties and study programs.
Interestingly, the record from the field (futsal competition) in this Porsema resulted in the first year students of Faculty of Nursing as the 1st winner. They beat students from the Faculty of Engineering who won in 2nd place, while the 4th year student from Faculty of Nursing level 4 won the third place.
From the badminton court, the 1st winner was Muhammad Hary Thomas, the second year of the Faculty of Engineering; he beat the 2nd winner, Fajri Muhammad Adzim from the PGSD Faculty and 3rd place winner, Asep Siswanto who was also from the PGSD Faculty. Besides Futsal and Badminton, the students also competed in storytelling, volleyball, debate, and qiroah (reciting Qur’an) competitions.