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SF3 is designed as an outlet for those interested Fantasy, Science Fiction, Comic Books, and Cinema...basically anything that in some way, shape, or form relates to the genre.The Student Government of UNCG sponsors the club, but meetings are open to anyone!SF3 is designed as an outlet for those interested Fantasy, Science Fiction, Comic Books, and Cinema.Many people who associate themselves with geek culture in any way are likley to find a "kindered spirit" at SF³. Over the years, one of our most visible efforts has been our long running science fiction convention, Stellarcon.It soon became apparent that they needed to expand their horizons to include all forms of Science Fiction and Fantasy so they changed the name and the constitution.The group was officially recognized by UNCG's Student Government during the Fall semester of 1976.This morning (May 30) Georgia State University Vice President for Student Affairs, Dr.
Since then Stellarcon has grown to a 3-day event whose guests have included Walter Koenig, author Larry Niven, and as well as many others!
The implementation was originally scheduled for June 2, and the date is being moved back to allow the university to continue to work on resolving issues raised by the WRAS leadership in a May 16 meeting with President Mark P.
Becker and university leaders, and for GPB to finalize production plans for new local programming.
This year, because of a long list of complications (funding included), we are sorry to say that Stellarcon 38 will not happen until 2015 unless the universe because super kind and shows us the path to take.
Sorry for the inconvenience, but we hope that you understand. Beginnings Organized by Denise Descouzis, SF3 began in 1975 as the Star Trek Club.
As well as sponsoring films, speakers and trips, the club also organizes its own literary magazine (fanzine), Beyond the Third Planet.