Remember playing kickball outside with the neighborhood kids? Those days are so over. Now the young’uns are holed up inside, glued to their videogames (at least roaming pedophiles will have a harder time locating potential victims). And gaming isn’t exclusive to whiny brats either. Sure, back when the only game in town was Super Mario Bros., kids would huddle over their Nintendo systems while older brothers and sisters went clubbing on South Beach. Today, though, we older “kids” plug into our Xbox Live or PlayStation Network accounts in anticipation of icing some fresh noobs. The College of Business & Technology has found a way to combine the antisocial aspect of gaming with the über-social pastime... More >>>