As people file into Mandel Hall for the debate, they are handed ballots to vote for either the latke or the hamentash.
Rabbi and Executive Directer of Hillel Anna Levin Rosen explains that the latke and hamentash have been secretly married for seventy years.
The debate moderator Hal Weitzman explains that the hamentash is modeled off the triangular hat of Haman, the villain of the Purim story. He precedes to determine whether people are Jewish friends or foes based on their headdress.
Professor of Astronomy and Astrophysics Wendy Freedman explains that she can provide the first complete recipe for latkes and hamentashen. She argues that the latke is superior, since potatoes resemble planets, and latkes, the galaxies.
Dean of the Social Sciences Division David Nirenberg shows a video where he conducts short interviews with other faculty members - they conclude that the latke is superior.