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The Torch

  • Annual Torch
  • Official yearbook of the student body of Fullerton Junior College
  • Official annual publication of Fullerton District Junior College
  • Official year book of the Fullerton District Junior College
  • Photographic essay of student life at Fullerton Junior College
  • Hornet Supplement
  • Fullerton College Torch
  • Torch Magazine
  • Fullerton College Magazine
  • FC Magazine
  • Generation Z Magazine
  • Fullerton College Student Magazine
  • Journalistic publication
  • Torch Collage Magazine
  • Torch Collage
Fullerton College
[Fullerton, California : Fullerton Junior College],
volumes : illustrations (some color) ; 28-35 cm


The Torch began publication as the annual yearbook for Fullerton Junior College students. This more traditional format began to change in the late 1950s. Instead of one yearbook, the editorial staff issued the yearbook in semester installments that began to have the look and feel of a magazine as opposed to a yearbook, although the content followed the more traditional yearbook standard, with pictures of students and teachers, and an account of classes and activities. The spring 1967 issue radically changed the format from a magazine style yearbook to a straight magazine with articles and essays. Occasionally the old yearbook format resurfaced, but by 1970, the magazine format became permanent. Once in magazine format the numbering system varied widely as a new staff person edited each semester's work. There are some missing volumes, especially from the 1990s-2000s.--Jennifer Otte.

1922, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46, 47, 48, 49, 50, 51, 52, 53 (40th anniversary edition), 54, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59 (1 each semester), 60 (1 each semester), 61 (1 each semester), 62, 63 (1 each semester; 1st semester was 50th anniversary edition), 63/64 (1st semester is labeled as 1963 and 2nd semester as 1964, which is accurate in these 2 issues), 64/65 (1 each semester), 65/66 (1 each semester), 66 (stated on last page), 67 (handwritten on cover but true and "Second Issue, Spring", too), 67 (Nov.), 68 (Jan.), 68 (April), 68 (June), 69, 71, 75 (May), 77 (Winter: Torch Collage Magazine), 78 (Spring: Torch Collage Magazine), 78 (Fall), 79 (Spring), 79 (Dec.), 80 (Feb.), 80 (Spring), 80 (Dec.), 81 (Feb.), 81 (Spring/Summer), 81 (Dec.; Humor edition), 82 (Feb.), 82 (June), 82 (Dec. "Fall edition"), 83 (Feb.), 83 (June "Summer issue"), 83, (Fall), 84 (June), 84 (Dec.), 85 (Spring), 85 (Dec.), 88 (Fall, 75th anniversary edition), 89 (Spring), 89 (Fall), 90 (Fall), 91 (Spring), 91 (Fall), 92 (Fall), 93 (Spring), 93 (Fall), 94 (Spring), 94 (Fall), 95 (Spring), 96 (Spring), 96 (Fall), 97 (Fall), 98 (Spring), 2001 (Oct.), 2001 (Fall), 2004 (Fall, Celebrating 90 years), 2005 (Spring), 2005 (Fall), 2006 (Spring), 2006 (Fall), 2007 (Spring), 2007 (Fall), 2008 (Spring), 2008 (Fall), 2009 (Spring)-

Glossy, softbound, hardback, or newspaper forms.

Torch Collage Magazine debuted in the winter of 1977 to be a "collective insight for students, by students, and about students". Articles were not about Fullerton College life but about general interest items of entertainment, recreation, sports, environment, and photography from the Magazine staff's perspective. Thus it was not to be a replacement for the annual Torch, which was designed to be a "yearbook" of the College.



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