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MUSYAWARAh BESAR iv
KELUARGA MAHASISWA
INSITUT TEKNOLOGI SEPULUH NOPEMBER
SURABAYA

Dari km its
Oleh km its
Untuk km its

Villa nusantara tretes, 25-30 juni 2011
Pusdiklat hanudnas surabaya, 9-11 september 2011

Musyawarah Besar IV
Keluarga Mahasiswa Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember
Surabaya
Penyusun

: Tim Ad Hoc MUBES IV KM ITS (Juan Pandu, M
Abdurrochman, M Solikhudin Z, Fanny Ristantono, M
Nurman Febrian, Moch. Novian D, Rahmi Agustina, Abdi
Sukmono, Firstian Rubyarto, Aulia Nur V, Helmy Yunan I,
Rionda Bramanta K, Rizki Ade, Akhlis Fitanto, Mirba H. D.
S., Ari Cipto)

Editor

: Adi Rano, Desy Gitapratama, Putra Tanujaya, A. Rifqi
Rosyadi, Ken Widyaningtyas Hutomo

Sampul Depan

: Ken Widyaningtyas Hutomo

Cetakan Pertama : Februari 2012

. . . Almamaterku, kan ku turut bimbinganmu jadi pejuang yang takkan kenal letih membangun negeri . . .

MUSYAWARAH BESAR IV MAHASISWA ITS
KATA PENGANTAR
Akhirnya setelah penantian yang sangat panjang dan berlarut akhirnya terbit juga buku MUBES IV.
Terima kasih sebanyak-banyaknya untuk Badan Eksekutif Mahasiswa mulai dari jaman mas Detak, mas Nurcholis, mas Aris, dan mas Ersyad yang sudah menggagas dan memberikan „PR turunan‟ akan diadakannya MUBES IV
ITS dan akhirnya berhasil terlaksana di periode BEM ITS yang digawangi oleh mas Dalu. Selain itu terima kasih juga untuk tim FKHM3 (Forum Kajian Hasil
Mubes III) yang sudah mengkaji KDKM MUBES III sebelum-sebelumnya,
Tim Pemandu LKMM TM ITS yang terus menularkan semangat perubahan pada tiap generasi, teman-temen LMB atas MUSTA LMBnya yang ditunggutunggu akhirnya menelurkan hasil, rekan-rekan LSM, BEM, dan LM ITS, dan seluruh peserta MUBES IV atas partisipasi dan kontribusinya dalam Mubes ini.
Terima kasih spesial untuk tim Adhoc dan OC Mubes IV yang luar biasa melaksanakan amanah ini, semoga jerih payah kalian dibalas…...

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