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Oil hits Gulf Coast beaches ... but it depends where you look.

They looked like the cast of Lost or contestants on Survivor. But they were students and teachers from the Memphis College of Art, who spend nine days every summer camping on Horn Island, a pristine, uninhabited barrier island off the coast of…

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