Georgetown students can learn all about Sabrina the Teenage Witch. :: Frank Micelotta/Getty Images
We're not gonna lie -- summer school sucks. However, there are a number of interesting classes being offered by our nation's top schools. Among our favorites are "The Cultural History of Rap" (UCLA), "Race, Gender, and Ethnicity in the Early Films of Spike Lee" (Harvard) and "Witches" (Georgetown), where students can learn about Sabrina the Teenage Witch and other forms of magic in popular culture.
Getting to Know Kentucky's Future Star
By now, you've heard all about Billy Gillespie's recruitment of an eighth-grader to play at Kentucky, but not much is known about the kid being recruited, 14-year-old Michael Avery. The Los Angeles Times has an excellent feature on the 6-foot-4 forward, why he chose UK and how it's affected his life.
No Love for Woody
It's been more than a year since Ohio State approved a ballot proposal to build a statue for Woody Hayes, but will construction ever begin on the monument? Not anytime soon, it appears.
Fans in Southern California may hate O.J. Mayo for the possible fallout from his recent recruiting scandal, but the folks in Tucson are loving it. If the NCAA can prove Mayo received illegal gifts and cash ... and if the Trojans are forced to forfeit their 2007-08 season then Arizona will be given a win for it's game against the Trojans and the Wildcats' streak of consecutive 20-win seasons will extend to 21 years.