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MIT Hillel presents: The Great Latke Hamentashen Debate This exciting debate between the fruit-filled cookie known as the hamantash and the fried potato pancake otherwise known as the latke! Each team, composed of MIT's finest schola...
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MIT Hillel's Latke-Hamentashen Debate 2008! Political Science professor Stephen Van Evera is up to bat second for the latke and argues in true American style for the patriotism of the latke and the snivility of its detractors, the ham...
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MIT Hillel's Latke-Hamentashen Debate 2008! Terrascope lecturer Ari Epstein, leading off for Team Hamentashen, demonstrates the clear pedagogic advantages of the hamentash over the latke in the second speech of the 2008 LHD.
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MIT Hillel's Latke-Hamentashen Debate 2008! Physics instructor Peter Dourmashkin brings his deep physics background to bear in determining why the latke, the fried potato pancake of Hanukkah, is superior to the hamentashen, pastry of ...
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In this highlight video of an Oct. 6, 2008 debate at MIT, representatives of the John McCain and Barack Obama presidential campaigns speak to the differences between their candidates' approaches to solving the nation's energy problems. ...
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Representatives from the McCain and Obama campaigns faced off Monday, Oct. 6 for a debate on energy, moderated by NPR's Tom Ashbrook, host of the daily talk show "On Point." McCain was represented by James Woolsey, who was director of t...
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MIT scholars Barry Posen, Taylor Fravel, and Carol Saivetz are participating in a roundtable discussion on foreign policy and the next U.S. administration. This discussion is the first in a series of forward-thinking talks on pressing g...
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