What should I attend tonight?
Don’t miss this exciting debate between the fruit-filled cookies known as Hamentashen and the fried potato pancake known as the Latke. Two teams of MIT experts will present their arguments in favor of their respective type of food. Hear the arguments of these esteemed MIT professors:
Walter Lewin (Physics)
Join us after the debate for a reception with hundreds of latkes and
hamentashen in Lobby 10.
Event sponsored by MIT Hillel and supported by MIT’s Peter de Florez
Fund for Humor, UA Finboard, and ARCADE.
For information about this year’s debate and past year’s debates see:
Option 2: Tired of Ramen for dinner?
Wish you could do something to make your nightly pasta taste better?
Well, tomorrow is your lucky day! Julie Banda from Health Promotion and Wellness will be not only talking about how to eat better when you have to cook for yourself, but actually showing you how, too! Bronwyn, one of our wonderful Housemasters, has graciously offered
the use of her kitchen to allow Julie to make some dishes that are simple, inexpensive, and nutritious!
WHEN: 6 March, 8:00 PM (Monday night)
WHERE: Bronwyn’s kitchen! (Conner 1, suite 111)
WHY: Nutrition doesn’t have to be tedious or boring
Oh, if only all of life’s problems were this enjoyable.
Option 3: The Undergraduate Association (UA) Presidential/VPial (?) debates — Election 2006