Fullerton College: A Pictorial History

Music was very popular on campus, and during the 1960s, became a social and cultural expression for students. During the folk era, students would often gather together on campus while an FJC student performed. Guitar playing and folk singing became so popular that students and faculty near the front quad area complained about the noise, prompting the campus to limit these activities to the north patio area next to the Hive, the bookstore, and the north end of the Student Center.
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