Science Fiction and Fantasy Club

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The Science Fiction and Fantasy Club at the College of William and Mary, affectionately known as "Skiffy", was founded in the mid 1970's [1].

Club activities include weekly meetings, video screenings, an annual production of the Rocky Horror Picture Show, board gaming days, dart gun fights, "having book discussions, going to science fiction conventions and holding sci-fi trivia contests" [2].

Daughter clubs include the Wizards and Muggles Club, the William and Mary Anime Society, The Casual Magic Club, The Doctor Who Club and the Virgina Commonwealth University Science Fiction and Fantasy Club.

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