1. In an interview with GQ magazine, “Morning Joe” co-host Joe Scarborough said that he is currently working on a Donald Trump musical. The musical will be based on portions of Trump’s autobiography, “Mein Kampf.”

2. California has banned sex for killer whales kept in captivity. In response, moviemakers are casting for the new installment of “Free Willy’s Willy.”

3. The other day marked National Cheeseburger Day, or, as it’s called in the cow universe, “Say Goodbye to Your Loved Ones Day.”

4. A woman released a picture of her ultrasound scan that looked strikingly like a bunny. So while we all saw her kissing Santa Claus, we all know she saved a little extra for the Easter Bunny.

5. Oxford Dictionaries is on a quest to find the world’s most unpopular word. My vote is on the word “crumbs,” because it’s always by itself at the lunch table.

6. The Centers for Disease Control reported that adults are more likely to smoke marijuana than their kids—because smoking their kids just doesn’t get them that same high.

7. In an interview on the Dr. Oz Show, Donald Trump admitted he wanted to lose 15 pounds. Trump plans to lose the weight by running circles around those tax return questions.

8. President Obama’s approval ratings have recently hit a new high. Meanwhile, the second presidential debate took place yesterday.

9. A dozen hostages were saved after a British sniper killed four ISIS operatives with a single bullet. In other news, ISIS leaders have banned the traditional pre-execution Conga line.

10. Patriots’ quarterback Tom Brady is expecting a prolific return this week against the Cleveland Browns, who won’t be competing at all this season.

GOP says: Ban schools

This past Friday, GOP lawmakers announced a party-wide initiative to end school shootings by banning schools.

Amid campus climate, SEGway gets more inclusive with 5th annual walk a mile

Following the performances and speeches, a new addition to the event included the members of SEGway reading aloud anonymous quotes collected from on campus survivors.

Hell freezes over, campus stays open

Within the first day of Feldman’s presidency, temperatures plummeted over 30 degrees, freezing Rochester even deeper than the tunnels beneath the buildings.