Annual CSUEB Field Day

California State University, East Bay welcomed students to participate in a day of play on the Art and Education field for its annual Field Day event with aims of getting students off of their phones and getting them engaged in their campus community.
The collaborative event between Associated Students Incorporated (ASI), the Athletics department, Student Health and Wellness, and various other departments set up games like cornhole, jousting, and brought back the therapy dogs who participated in the Pause for Paws events.
“We want students to engage in a form of self-care, to connect with their peers outside of the classroom, and to think about practicing recreation on a regular basis,” Jennifer Luna, the Director of Recreation and Student Wellbeing said in an interview.
Students were also able to see a live performance from our cheer team while listening to live music from our very own Chief of Police Mark Flores, who DJs under the alias DJ M-Flo.