An article entitled Is Your Life Messy? Here Are 4 Fun Ways to Build Self Control for a Better Life! succeeded in bringing Undip Indonesian Literature Study Program students to win first place in an article writing competition held by DoCheck. It is known, DoCheck is a social to-do list application that offers convenience in managing one’s activities. Docheck is holding an article writing competition with the theme “Directional Life, Not Whatever”. This competition aims to invite contestants to be able to express themselves through writing about how to achieve life goals, starting from finding passion, interests, and talents, to setting targets in life.
There are several terms and conditions to take part in this competition, including that participants must have followed Instagram @docheckid, downloaded the DoCheck application, and created goals regarding the participants’ preparation for participating in this competition. Articles with the theme “Life is directed, not whatever” consist of a maximum of 500 words. In writing the article, it must meet the original requirements, be your work, and have never been published in any media. Furthermore, references come from DoCheck blog articles by including links to certain keywords or words. In the process, articles must contain the DoCheck application as a case study, are prohibited from including DoCheck competitors in the article, do not contain SARA, and attach relevant images by including copyright. Finally, articles must be published on personal media or blogs and include a link on the Google registration form.
Adira Putri Aliffa is a student of the Indonesian Literature Study Program, Faculty of Cultural Sciences Undip, who won a writing competition held by DoCheck. Apart from winning the first place title, Adira’s article also had the opportunity to be published in DoZine Vol. 7. Not only that, but thanks to this achievement, Adira also won prizes in the form of several cash, merchandise, and winning e-certificates from DoCheck.
Head of the Indonesian Literature Study Program, Dr. Sukarjo Waluyo, M.Hum expressed his appreciation for the achievements of one of his students. He hopes that the achievements achieved by Adira can be an inspiration for other Indonesian Literature fellow students. This achievement achieved by Adira is clear evidence that students of the Indonesian Literature Study Program, Faculty of Cultural Sciences, Undip have good potential and competitiveness. (Kristy)