The Great Jewish Food Debate Comes to U. Penn

Posted Wednesday, Mar 15 2017 12:36pm in Chabad News

by E. Gopin - Champaign, IL

While it seems that most contenders side with the Latke, the Hamantash, a pastry fashioned after the villainous Haman’s three-cornered hat, has received some support. Harold Tefler Shapiro also sided with the Hamantash while he was President of Princeton University.

It remains to be seen which delicacy will win this March at the Penn Chabad’s Debate. Ian Lustick, Political Science professor at Penn and member of the Council on Foreign Relations, will be arguing for the Latke while the Hamantash will be argued by the Dean of Penn Law, Professor Theodore Ruger.

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The Great Jewish Food Debate Comes to U. Penn

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Thursday, Mar 16 2017 2:34pm
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