Fullerton College: A Pictorial History

While the new buildings were still being constructed on the FJC campus, many students still walked over to the high school to attend classes. The route that all students took going from one campus to another was nicknamed Smoke Alley or Tobacco Road because it was a good spot for a quick cigarette break. Fullerton College became a smoke free campus in 2007. A poll taken by the Weekly Torch staff, reported in the May 23, 1941 issue, found that out of 462 students, 267 were opposed to campus smoking, 73 were in favor, and 122 were indifferent.
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