It’s that time of the year again. And no, I don’t mean finals. Bulldog Days is during April 25th – 27th, which means endless free food events. We have outlined all of the must-hit foodie events so that you can plan out your study break schedule and satisfy all of your late night cravings.
Monday, April 25
9-9:30 am: Cupcakes With Community Head Educators (LC 211)
Start your sugar rush off early by decorating and devouring some cupcakes while learning about some of the activities Community Health Educators do during their workshops with local students.
8-10 pm: Pizza With air Force ROTC (The Trumbull Buttery)
Learn about ROTC programs while enjoying some pizza.
9-10 pm: Brownies and Buddhism (The Trumbull Room in Branford College)
Take some time out of your day to meditate and munch on some homemade brownies.
9-10 pm: Coffee and Cupcakes With the Yale College Democrats (Blue Slate Cafe – 84 Wall Street)
Interested in politics, policy, or progressive issues? Or maybe you just can’t stand Donald Trump. Bond over your political opinions with some coffee and cupcakes.
9:30-10:30 pm: Kick-off Mixer and Dessert (Commons)
What better way to get to know all of the prefrosh, than by stealing all of their dessert?
9:30 pm-12 am: Pizza and Publishing With Yale Daily News Business Team (Yale Daily News – 202 Wall Street)
Learn about everything you could be doing at YDN over pizza.
10-11 pm: The Yale Record’s Fabulous Weekly Meeting (WLH 116)
In the mood for something a little more classy? Join America’s oldest college humor magazine for some foie gras and truffle honey drizzled over delicious hors d’ourves.
10:30 pm-12 am: Cookies and Cake With Spoon University (Phelps Hall 407)
Cookies, sheet cake and endless toppings. Need I say more? Come hang out with yours truly to reach your food coma.
10:30 pm-12 am: Claire’s Cake With Smart Women’s Securities (WLH 117)
Smart women eat Claire’s cake. It’s as simple as that. (They also like investing and business)
10:30 pm-12 am: Cookies and Henna (Joseph Slifka Center for Jewish Life- 80 Wall Street)
Enjoy good conversation, cookies, and henna with Muslims and Jews.
10:30 pm-12 am: Indian Food With the University Church (Battell Chapel)
Sing and worship for some Indian Food with the Yale Christians.
10:30 pm-12 am: Let’s Taco-bout Science (La Casa Cultural Center – 301 Crown Street)
Want to know what being a STEM Major at Yale is like? Or maybe you just really want some tacos.
10:30 pm-12 am: Liquid Nitrogen Ice Cream (The Ground Café in Becton Engineering Center – Next to the CEID)
Try some homemade ice cream with Yale’s Women of Science.
10:30 pm-12 am: Make Your Own Sushi With Splash at Yale and YUMC (WLH 209)
No Yale student can pass up sushi, and now Splash and YUMC are teaching you how to make your own rolls.
10:30 pm-12 am: Mango Madness With MSA (Chaplain’s Office – Old Campus, Bingham Hall, Entryway D, Basement)
Enjoy some Mango Massi with the Muslim Student’s Association.
10:30 pm-12 am: Miracle Berries and Glow in the Dark Mocktails (WLH 113)
Learn about science and science writing, STEM outreach, and science edu-ation at Yale over miracle berries and glow-in-the-dark mocktails with the Yale Scientific Magazine and Synapse.
10:30 pm-12 am: Pizza With Progressives (Theater Studies Ballroom- 220 York Street)
Talk about the fights for economic, environmental, racial, and gender equality over classic New Haven Pizza.
10:30 pm-12 am: Pizza With the Yale Political Union (WLH 203)
Is general political conversation more your speed? Then maybe you should steal the Political Union’s pizza instead.
10:30 pm-12:00 am: Poety I Konfety: Poets and Candy (The Athenaeum Room in Saybrook College- Entryway K)
Want to be adventurous? Join the Russian Cultural Club to try some delicious European Candies and listen to classic Russian poetry.
10:30 pm-12 am: Popeyes and Public Health (The Dwight Hall Library)
Show some humanitarian spirit by trying some of the Public Health Coalition’s fried chicken.
10:30 pm-12 am: Popeyes With Dpops (Davenport Dive)
Listen to some of Dpop’s chart toppers, soundtracks and Broadway musicals over Popeyes chicken AND biscuits.
10:30 pm-12 am: Queer Midnight Brunch (Calhoun College Buttery)
It doesn’t get much better than breakfast at night. Join Yale’s LGBQTQ community for a mouthwatering brunch.
10:30 pm-12 am: Research and Chill With YURA (LC 211)
Check out all of the cool research your fellow Yalies are doing while chilling with Ashley’s ice cream and Insomnia cookies.
10:30 pm-12:00 am: Street Food With SAS (Walkway Between Jonathon Edwards and Branford Colleges)
Check out this event for some ethnic South Asian street food and Bollywood music.
10:30 pm-12 am: Pitches and Pizza With Yale Launch (Davenport College Auditorium)
Don’t let the prefrosh deliver a better elevator pitch than you. Don’t worry, if they do out do you, you’ll have the pizza to comfort you.
10:30 pm- 12 am: Yale Gummy Lego Building With Yale STEAM and YaleMakes (Berkeley College Mendenhall Room)
Want to integrate arts and sciences into your life at Yale? Get started by building lego designs with homemade gummies.
11 pm-12 am: Low Strung Presents: Cellos and Chocolate (WLH 201)
Chocolate fondue and some great hits from Yale’s all-cello rock band.
11 pm-12 am: Pancakes With Saybrook College Orchestra (Morse College Buttery)
Combined with relaxing orchestra music, pancakes will put you into a food induced coma, just in time for bed!
Tuesday, April 26
3-5 pm: Club Rugby BBQ (Old Campus)
Eat like a rugby player and enjoy a burger, or 5. No one’s judging.
4-5 pm: Cannoli With Lo Stivale (WLH 113)
Learn how to make your own cannoli from the specialists of Italian culture.
5-6:30 pm: Taste of New Haven with Yale Faith & Action (WLH 120)
You can never have enough pizza, especially when this Christian group is offering New Haven’s famous Modern and Pepe’s pizza.
5-7 pm: Pizza and Math With YUMS (LOM 215)
Bond over you passion for math and pizza with some pre-frosh.
6:45-8 pm: Solar Sunset (Sterling Memorial Library)
Become one with nature while enjoying homemade granola and smoothies blended by a solar powered machine. A gorgeous New Haven sunset will make these healthy snacks feel even better.
8:30-10 pm: Entrepreneurship at Yale: Meet and Great (Yale Entrepreneurial Institute – 254 Elm Street, 3rd Floor)
They key to be innovating and starting your own company: chips and salsa.
9-10 pm: Matzah-Pizza Making With Yale Hillel (Joseph Slifka Center for Jewish Life- 80 Wall Street)
Make your own kosher friendly pizza and talk about Jewish Life.
9-10 pm: Yale Cheerleading: Meet and Great (WLH 120)
Get in cheerleader shape with some Ashley’s Ice Cream.
9:30-10:30 pm: Chick-Fil-A With Naval ROTC (ROTC Office – Navy & Air Force: 55 Whitney Avenue, Suite 450)
Sail on by to mingle with Yale’s midship men and you munch on some Chick-fil-a.
10 pm-12 am: Being a Christian at Yale: Late-Night Hang out (Dwight Hall Library)
Learn about how your fellow Yalies have connected with God while you connect with a chocolate fountain.
10 pm-12 am: S’mores and Sustainability (Silliman College Courtyard)
S’mores, folk music and environmentalism will transport you to the great outdoors and make you feel like you are camping.
10 pm-12 am: Yale Drama Coalition Chocolate and Chat (Theater Studies Ballroom- 220 York Street)
If you’re interested in anything theater (or chocolate) you should stop by.
10 pm-12 pm: Yale Panhellenic Ice Cream Social (LC 317)
Thinking Theta? Looking to live Kappily ever after? Want to be an Alpha? Or fly with Pi Phi? Think you can bear the sorority girls for long enough to get your ice cream?
10:30-11:30 pm: Sushi and Mocktails (WLH 116)
Some sushi and mocktails will make any woman feel more empowered.
10:30 pm-12 am: A Celebration of Women at Yale (Women’s Center- 198 Elm Street)
All genders are welcome to celebrate the Women’s Center’s birthday with cake, piñatas, and feminism.
10:30 pm-12 am: A Night in the Dome With Yale Banner (The 3rd Floor of Woolsey Hall
Never seen a Yale yearbook before? Well now is your chance. Bonus: New Haven’s premiere square donuts will be there too.
10:30 pm-12:00 am: Cookies for Reproductive Justice (Trumbull College Kitchen)
Support reproductive justice by baking and decorating reproductive themed treats.
10:30 pm-12 am: Flavors of AASA (Calhoun College Dining Hall)
Embrace the Asian-American community at Yale with sushi, bubble tea and dim sum.
10:30 pm-12 am: SR(ice) Cream (LC 211)
Discuss the social impact of mochi ice cream. (Hint: its life changing)
10:30 pm-12 am: Improv Show With Lux Improvitas (LC 101)
If you need to be funny, just stuff the cupcake in your face.
10:30 pm-12 am: Community Service and Social Justice Mixer (Dwight Hall)
Do your service to the community by enjoying Insomnia and Buffalo Wild Wings.
10:30 pm-12 am: Hip Hop, Steppin’, and Chicken (Trumbull College Dance Studio)
If you actually preform the hip-hop and step routines, you can justify eating the Popeyes.
10:30 pm-12 am: Nut Butter Tasting and Board Games (LC 103)
Trying to stay healthy in the midst of bulldog days? Join healthyU for some food that tastes good, and is good for you, too.
10:30 pm-12 am: Social Justice and Cookies (WLH 117)
Do yourself justice and enjoy some Insomnia.
10:30 pm-12 am: S’Mores With Foot (Old Campus)
Pretend you’re super excited for FOOT pre-orientation programs and be rewarded with gooey s’mores.
10:30 pm-12:00 am: South Asian Showcase (The Nick Chapel Theater in Trumball College)
Watch Yale’s talented South Asian a cappella and dance groups preform and become talented at eating Indian food.
10:30 pm-12 am: The Improv Pizza Party (Berkeley College Multi-Purpose Room)
Maybe you can learn how to be funny while eating pizza with the improv groups.
10:30 pm-12:30 am: Thai, Trivia, and Travel With AIESEC Yale (WLH 207)
Thai and trivia. No better way to spend your Tuesday night.
10:30 pm-12 am: West Wing(z) With Yale Model Congress (WLH 114)
Watch West Wings while devouring some juicy Buffalo Wild Wings.
11:30 pm-12 am: Music and Gorp With Harvest (Old Campus)
Discuss your love affair for farming while falling in love with gorp (trail-mix).
Wednesday, April 27
12:45-1:30 pm: New Haven Pizza Party (Old Campus)
Still haven’t tried New Haven’s most famous pizzas? The grand finale of Bulldog Days features samplings from Pepe’s, Modern, Yorkside, BAR and many more.