About the Science Fiction and Fantasy Guild
Established in 2001, The Science Fiction and Fantasy guild made a huge comeback in 2008. Since then we have more than doubled our membership every year and have organized several annual activities. We are dedicated to providing opportunities for people to make new friends and be more active in the community.
The SFFG loves community service! Each year we participate in the Adopt an Angel program, and this past year we raised over 500 dollars for Relay for Life. Another popular community service event is the Haunted House. We partner with the City of Glenville to put on a Haunted House and dance for the community. This event takes place at the end of our annual Halloween Week, a series of free events for students that have many opportunities for cool prizes.
The list of our events is a long one, but here are just a few:
- Madden 2011 tournament
- Call of Duty black Ops tournament
- Rocky Horror Picture Show interactive viewing
- Magic the Gathering tournaments
- Masquerade Ball
- Zombie Walks
- Humans Vs. Zombies
- Table Top Role Playing Games
- Warhammer 40K
- And many more!
Our meetings are held every Tuesday from 12:15 to 1:15 in MCCC 315, everyone is welcome.
2011 - 1st place in the Homecoming Parade
2011 - Member Shelby Montgomery was elected Freshman Princess
2011 - Member Jake Oldaker was elected Freshman Prince
2011 - Member Sam Brooker was elected Sophomore Prince
2011 - Member Erica Butler was elected Junior Princess
2011 - Member Christinia LoVine was elected Senior Princess
2010 - 1st place float in the Homecoming parade
2010 - Vice-president Cody Sheldon won Homecoming King
2010 - President Devon Mahr won Sophomore Prince
2010 - Historian Evan Foster won Freshman Prince
2009 - Nominated for Student Organization of the Year
2009 - Member Justin Blankenship won Freshman Prince
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Dr. Jonathan E. Minton
Associate Professor of English, Language and Literature Department
403 Harry B. Heflin Administration Building
Ms. Melissa R. Gish
Assistant Professor of Developmental English, Language and Literature Department
309C Harry B. Heflin Administration Building