The Purdue Agricultural Council hosted its annual Moonlight Pancake Breakfast last Wednesday, April 19th on the lawn in front of the Agricultural Administration building on campus from 9 pm until 1 am. The event is extremely popular within the College of Agriculture, but it is one of the few large events that draws students and faculty from every corner of campus.
Students line up to get as many free pancakes as they want, plain or chocolate chip, grab a chocolate milk, enjoy the company of their friends while eating, and then maybe play a few games of corn hole, or try out the Wipeout activity, which has been very popular over the last two years.
Additionally, there was a pop-up performance by the Purdue University Varsity Glee Club, as well as an appearance made by Purdue’s very own Purdue Pete. The Purdue spirit was definitely tangible in the air, and especially since it was Grand Prix week.
If you missed it this year, be checking the Ag Council facebook page for other events, and for when Moonlight Pancake Breakfast will be next year. As agriculturalists, we love to provide free food. We pride ourselves on feeding people, whether that is through farming, or making pancakes for everyone to enjoy.