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The 67th Annual Latke-Hamantash Debate Webcast
   
Join the fun of this long-running UChicago tradition.

Cost: Free
No Registration Required


The Latke-Hamantash Debate has been a University of Chicago tradition since 1946. UChicago faculty members apply the knowledge and tools of their disciplines to resolve this age-old question, which is better, the Latke or the Hamantash, in an evening of fun and frivolity! Past participants have included Nobel Prize winners and University presidents.

Once again this year, the brothers of AEPi Lambda Chapter are sponsoring the event and offering a webcast of the festivities. You can view the event at: http://aepi.uchicago.edu/debate/.  Their website also includes information on the history of the event and background information on this year's debate participants:
  • Rachel Fulton Brown, professor of Medieval History
  • Harold Pollack, professor at the School of Social Service Administration and Co-Director of the University of Chicago Crime Lab
  • Carrie Rinker-Schaeffer, Department of Urology
You can also check out last year's debate on-demand while you visit the site.
Event Contact
Matthew Hendricks
mhendricks@uchicago.edu

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773.702.8616

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Event Information
EVENT DATE:
Tuesday, Nov 26 2013 at 7:30pm - 9:00pm [ iCal ]
LOCATION:

Chicago, IL