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INDY DOES DOHA: Magazine students at NU-Q, Northwestern University’s school in Doha, Qatar, give a shout-out to The Santa Barbara Independent‘s recent article on body donors by Marilyn Gillard. The students “autopsied” its structure during an annual feature-writing class conducted by Santa Barbara resident Abe Peck, the Northwestern professor emeritus in service who’s pictured holding the issue. Abe Abusharif, the resident prof, was a former student of Peck’s at the Medill School of Journalism in Evanston, Illinois.

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