Associated Students Gallery

Images through the ages for UCSB's Associated Students.

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Here is a post left over from the early oil industry development at Sands Beach and Ellwood area. Cris Sandoval the Director at Coal Oil Point shows how much sand has washed away after this years storm. This leftover post is a residue of a once heavily industrialized beach that is now a reserve. Callie Bowdish cjbowdish@hotmail.com 1/23/2010
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Here is a post left over from the early oil industry development at Sands Beach and Ellwood area. Cris Sandoval the Director at Coal Oil Point shows how much sand has washed away after this years storm. This leftover post is a residue of an industrialized area that can now be used to mark the pond trail as well as measure the changes of the sand over the season. Taken January 23, 2010
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Instead of a typical brain freeze, Brendan experienced a cool breeze accompanied by a whistling noise. It was rather soothing.
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I wasent going to add this picture but I realized that I did not include my email adress in the last 4 photos numbered 3174, 3176, 3157, 3151 So here is my email adress it is pmerlo@umail.ucsb.edu Thanks I am submitting them in a day late on Saturday February the 13 But i just thought you all should see what I see. Thanks for looking Preston Merlo
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And now, time for the traditional stage tossings.
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Javier Martinez Photo taken by the UCSB Lagoon javier_martinez01@umail.ucsb.edu The bizarre or the unusual here is simply the fact that in contrast to seeing beer cans or paper trash strewn about UCSB's coast, this image conveys how a clean coast coupled with the red-orange glow of a setting sun, is something that should motivate and inspire cleanliness on this and every coastline. A clean coastline will ensure that beach goers will be able to enjoy the natural treasures in life like the beauty and colors of a setting star.
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Andrew Florin. arf@umail.ucsb.edu Photo taken above IV Beach, January 7, 2010. This photo for me symbolizes the peace and stability that the community of UCSB and IV deserves. No matter how long and exhausting the week, and in some cases the weekend, can be, its gratifying to just sit back and take in the sunset and surf. That's worth protecting.
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As the sun fades away on the Isla VIsta horizon, all thats remains is the shadow of a lonely surfer, and his hope for a perfect wave. The oil rig companions the sun as a constant reminder of human reliance on nature. Along Del Playa. by: Allina Mojarro amojarro@umail.ucsb.edu
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This is a glass shard found in an old trash pit located on the cliff of 68 block. This old fashioned jug was once buried along with many others in this trash pit that I found when walking along the very edge of of the cliff in Iv, This shows that in time nature will uncover what trash that we leave in her. Preston Merlo
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Treasure the gold that stretches our horizons. beach along DP Ana Contreras anacontreras@umail.ucsb.edu
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Britta Gustafson, Ellwood beach near the Sandpiper Golf Course, brittag@umail.ucsb.edu. These old wooden poles at Ellwood illustrate a complex human relationship with the local beach that extends back thousands of years. The scene includes: piles of stones balanced by contemporary visitors as a non-polluting way to enjoy and decorate the beach, wood pilings anonymously planted decades ago to defend the bluff from erosion, and camouflaged pieces of rusty metal left by hundreds of years of industrial oil and fishing activity.
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Jordan Laband. Photo taken at UCSB West Campus. 1/9/10. jordanlaband@umail.ucsb.edu. The earth and the ocean play a part in our ecosystem. A bird flies overhead and a surfer makes his way out to catch a wave. Humans and nature share this pristine environment.
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The picture captures a wonderful view of the beach where people can take walks to relax.
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Katelyn Moseley kmmoseley@umail.ucsb.edu Beach off DP "A rich source on nutrients."