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Gabriel Robare


Sam Spector and the Degenerates perform at Terrace Club. 
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My night at Terrace watching Sam Spector ’24 and the Degenerates

Reporting directly from the Street, Senior Writer Gabriel Robare provides a riveting minute-by-minute account of Sam Spector and the Degenerates’ performance at Terrace Club.

Reporting directly from the Street, Senior Writer Gabriel Robare provides a riveting minute-by-minute account of Sam Spector and the Degenerates’ performance at Terrace Club.


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On handwriting

As in-person classes resume, Senior Writer Gabriel Robare revisits the longstanding debate of handwritten notes versus typed notes, suggesting that handwriting — although a slow process — allows him to write at the pace he thinks.

As in-person classes resume, Senior Writer Gabriel Robare revisits the longstanding debate of handwritten notes versus typed notes, suggesting that handwriting — although a slow process — allows him to write at the pace he thinks.


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Why you should memorize poetry

"To memorize poetry is to make it sacred, to create its full meaning, and to let it grow within one’s own mind," writes Senior Writer Gabriel Robare, encouraging readers to consider the long-term merits of taking the time to memorize a personal mantra — poetry, or otherwise.

"To memorize poetry is to make it sacred, to create its full meaning, and to let it grow within one’s own mind," writes Senior Writer Gabriel Robare, encouraging readers to consider the long-term merits of taking the time to memorize a personal mantra — poetry, or otherwise.


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