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Fullerton College Student Newspaper
  • All fields: Jazz
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    • Hornet 04/09/2008

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    • Hornet 04/09/2008
    • Fullerton College Student Newspaper; Fullerton College-Public relations; Fullerton College-Faculty; Jazz festivals; Jazz; Bands (Music); High school students; Junior high school students; Music (Performance); Musicians; Student activities
    • High School Students Flock to Jazz Fest: More than 1,000 students participated in a variety of events this weekend. The 36th Annual Fullerton College Jazz Festival was held April 4 through 5 and saw more than 1,000 attendees from junior high and...
    • Hornet 03/28/2007

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    • Hornet 03/28/2007
    • Fullerton College Student Newspaper; Fullerton College-Public relations; Fullerton College-Faculty; Jazz festivals; Jazz; Bands (Music); High school students; Junior high school students; Music (Performance); Musicians; Student activities
    • Hornets Jazz it Up a Bit: FC hosts high school festival for over 175 schools. The Fullerton College Music Department held its thirty-fifth annual Jazz Festival on Friday and Saturday. The festival is one of the largest and most influential of its...
    • Hornet 04/02/2003

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    • Hornet 04/02/2003
    • Jazz-Festivals; Student activities
    • Jazz Festival returns to FC: Fifty-five hundred high school, junior high, and college students from all over the United States will be invading the Fullerton College campus this weekend to compete in the 31st Annual Jazz Festival, presented by the...
    • Weekly Hornet 04/14/1998

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    • Weekly Hornet 04/14/1998
    • Jazz-Music and dance; Festivals-Student activities
    • Festival "jazzes up" campus - Despite El Nino's benign threats of rain the show went on and 8,000 students invaded campus for two days during the 26th annual Jazz Festival. The festival, known to be the biggest on the West Coast, which attracted a...
    • Weekly Hornet 04/21/1997

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    • Weekly Hornet 04/21/1997
    • National jazz festival-Campus annual event
    • Jazz Festival Celebrates 25th Anniversary with 9000 Friends - Jammed to near capacity, the 1100 building and its surroundings, resonated with the sounds of rehearsing student musicians who had converged on Fullerton College for the 25th Annual Jazz...
    • Hornet 02/27/1981

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    • Hornet 02/27/1981
    • Fullerton College Student Newspaper; Classical concerts; Jazz concerts; Culture
    • Students display culture through classical, jazz concerts: Music makers - Several bands and instrumentalists have had recent concerts at Fullerton College. Doug Strawn's "Connection" combo performed at the Camopus [Campus] Theater along with FC's...
    • Hornet 12/08/1978

    • 00570013.PDF
    • Hornet 12/08/1978
    • Fullerton College Student Newspaper; Jazz-Dance
    • Walton trips 'jazz fantastic' - "Just a minute," Laura Campbell told me, "I need to catch my breath. That guy really gave me a workout." "That guy" was Fred Walton, a professional jazz dancer who was at Fullerton College last Tuesday and gave a...
    • Hornet 04/15/1977

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    • Hornet 04/15/1977
    • Fullerton College Student Newspaper; Jazz festival
    • Jazz festival upcoming - The FC Music Department will present its Fifth Annual Jazz Band Festival and Concert next Friday in the Campus Theatre. The all-day, 8:30a.m. to 5:30 p.m., festival will feature 12 high school bands competing for awards, a...
    • Hornet 04/11/1975

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    • Hornet 04/11/1975
    • City of Fullerton-Community event; College jazz festival; Student activities
    • FC Takes Part in 'Night in Fullerton' - Highlighting FC participation in Night in Fullerton are the FC Jazz Festival, contemporary dance performances, a display of an environmental playground sculture and an exhibit of drawings by Mexican artist...
    • Hornet 11/30/1956

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    • Hornet 11/30/1956
    • Fullerton College Student Newspaper; Fullerton Junior College-Students; Schools-Exercises and recreations; Concerts; Jazz; Big bands; Dixieland music; Nichols, Red; Bands (Music); Music (Performance); Student activities
    • Red Nichols, Five Pennies to Play Here: Famous Bandleader at Assembly Next Week - Red Nichols and his Five Pennies, perhaps the most famous Dixieland jazz combo in the nation, will appear at a special FJC assembly on Thursday, Dec. 6, at 11 a.m.
    • Weekly Torch 01/14/1931

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    • Weekly Torch 01/14/1931
    • Alton, Newell; Ames, Helen; Anderson, Alexander Mrs.; Anderson, Roland; Armstrong, Ella; Ashley, Alice; Baker, Leland; Baker, Leslie; Barris, Virginia; Beebe, William; Beebower, Sylvan; Bell, W.W.; Bellamy [Bellomy], Donis; Bentley,...
    • Present "The Royal Family" Friday: director expecting perfect performance by experienced cast of sophomore players - Drama is satire on Barrymore family - Elaborate stage settings, costumes used - Story of Barrymore's; To give miracle play in...
    • Weekly Torch 10/01/1930

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    • Weekly Torch 10/01/1930
    • Alexander, Edith; Anderson, Virginia; Armstrong, Ella; Baker, Leslie; Barnett, Winifred; Barth, Doris; Bezona, Evelyn; Bielefeldt, Ted; Blakesly, Lois; Blankmeyer, Henry; Block, Clarence; Bloodgood, Alice; Boege, Neil; Boege, Roland; Borst, R.W....
    • Election to be held next Tuesday: song and yell leaders will be given tryouts in assembly tommorrow - Three commissioners to be elected at polls - Dauser unopposed - Commissioners; "Gleams from The Torch"; Night Walkers will study stagecrafts; Hold...
    • Weekly Torch 01/22/1930

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    • Weekly Torch 01/22/1930
    • Allen, Philip; Arroues, Marcy; Ball, Esther; Barilani, Alice; Barris, Virginia; Bell, Art; Biggers, Earl Derr; Bonosky [Bonkosky], Ed [Edward]; Borden, Violet; Brashears, Helen; Bullpitt, Esther; Bullpitt, Ruth; Burney, Dean; Cate, Leland; Chesley,...
    • Sun-Up to be given Friday, Saturday - All-star cast to give two performances: record audiences expected - Ticket reservations being made at book store - Seats going fast; Pan-Hellenic in benefit program for college girl: students are urged to buy...
    • Weekly Torch 10/16/1929

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    • Weekly Torch 10/16/1929
    • Ackley [Ackeley], Helen; Ament, N.C.; Ames, E.A.; Armstrong, Ella; Arroues, Josephina; Arroues, Marcelina; Aupperle, Doris; Backs, Florence; Baker, Viola; Barilani, Alice; Battelle, Carol; Beebe, Winifred; Bell, Geo H.; Black, Gretchen; Bliss,...
    • "Gleams from the Torch"; J.C. broadcast station nearing completion - Ames is supervisor; R.W. Borst meets for publication of "First the Blade": Scripps College will be editor school for 1930 volume; Nightwalkers will give one-act play; J.C....
    • Weekly Torch 04/10/1929

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    • Weekly Torch 04/10/1929
    • Bilgewater, Bill; Bogue, Ray; Boyce, W.T.; Bruce, Ortise; Burney, Dean; Bush, Corrine; Cate, Leland; Clever, I.R.; Crooke, Ned; Crowe, Illa; Culp, Ralph; Culver, Lloyd; Curtis, Earl; Dauser, Mutt; Fender, Leo; Giorgio, Frank Del; Gold,...
    • Razz edition (see "Editorial" pg. 2) ["tongue in cheek" special issue]; Frosh book is suppressed: Freshman "Stinger" given gate by administration; Editor throws up sponge - Bill Bilgewater hastens to excited dean's aid, editor faints, drowns...
    • Weekly Torch 12/05/1928

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    • Weekly Torch 12/05/1928
    • Ackley, Helen; Adams, Martha; Akagi, Roy; Arroues, Marcy; Backs, Florence; Bariloni [Barilani], Alice; Beebe, Winifred; Boyce, W.T.; Bush, Corrine; Colburn, Mabel; Cooper, John; Crooke, Ned; Crowe, Illa; Cullen, Bill; Culver, Fat; Curtis,...
    • Football Banquet Friday Night - Football men honored at banquet: dance will follow dinner on Friday night, Dec. 7, football captains will be named by squad; Soph play to be given Dec. 17th: "If I Were King" to be shown at Mission Court Theater,...
    • Weekly Torch 10/31/1928

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    • Weekly Torch 10/31/1928
    • Ackley, Helen; Adams, Herchel; Adams, Martha; Arroes [Arroues], Marcy; Baker, Jane; Bates, Nell; Beatty, Paul; Beebower, Sylvan; Boege, Gerald; Bogue, Ray; Boyce, W.T.; Bruce, Ortise; Bullock, Georgia; Carter, Clara; Cate, Leland; Clark,...
    • Annual staff announced by editor: Commission chooses from large number, twelve named on the Annual Torch staff; "Beat Pasadena" [promotional phrase used often for upcoming football game]; Debate topics are discussed by Oracle Club; Calendar; School...
    • Weekly Torch 10/24/1928

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    • Weekly Torch 10/24/1928
    • Ackley, Helen; Adams, Martha; Akagi, Ray; Altnow, Georgia; Aupperle, Doris; Barfell, Lawrence; Basron, Howard; Beebower, Sylvan; Bliss, Elizabeth; Boege, Violet; Booth, Charles J.; Boyce, W.T.; Brachensark, Mack; Brooks, Raymond C.; Brown, Marjorie...
    • Three hundred attend conference: fourteen colleges represented; F.J.C. holds fourth rank: Pasadena is largest of junior colleges in the Southland; Plummer named President of J.C. body; Men speak in favor of J.C.: California leads in development of...
    • Weekly Torch 10/03/1928

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    • Weekly Torch 10/03/1928
    • Kent, Russel [Russell]; Maynard, Beard; Utter, Marion; Fahs, Ned; Wagner, Ione; Bruce, Ortise [Artise]; Parker, Don; Davis, Bill; McCormick, James [Jimmy]; Sloop, Paul; Culp, Ralph; Curtis, Mel; Litchfield, Esther; Morrison, Bob; Grainger,...
    • Six officers named at polls: Kent, Beard and Utter popular choice for J.C. Commission - Student managers elected for athletisc [athletics] and forensics; Interest shown by college men in shop courses; Y.M. officers take places: McCormick, Sloop,...
    • Torch 01/15/1926

    • 00040010.PDF
    • Torch 01/15/1926
    • Howell, "Windy" [Cliff]; Miller, Betty; Stone, Anita; Allen, Anne; Hezmalhalch, Lillian [Lilian]; Berkey, Betty; Rundstrum [Rundstrom], Robert; Tabor, Clifford; Reinert, Afton; O'Kelly,...
    • Jazz number; League starts today; First B.B. game this afternoon with Pomona: J.C. defeated by Whittier College frosh last Wednesday; Betty Miller is tunnel heroine [tongue in cheek]; Term papers; A.W.S. and Y.W. to sponsor tea; Skating party well...

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