Keiser University is not the only entity celebrating its 40th anniversary. The Atari gaming system was introduced in 1977, as well, which has spawned the numerous highly advanced gaming systems we have today. To commemorate the advancement in gaming, the Ft. Myers campus decided to make the most primitive games possible by using cardboard as the main material. The Sports Medicine & Fitness Technology, Hospitality, Crime Scene Technology, and Occupational Therapy Assistant programs all created their respective cardboard games, which included Oregon Trail, Atari Plinko, KU Clue, and Frisbee Challenge. Voting is taking place to determine a winner next week.

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