This just in from the ninth floor of 4 Times Square: Teen Vogue has decided to abolish its long-held practice of hosting high school interns as part of its team. The decision was apparently made after one too many Brearley girls decided to follow their editors to industry parties, uninvited and a little too drunk for their own good. Apparently, scoring high on your SATs doesn't mean you can define the word "crash." Now, Teen Vogue's intern staff is 100% college girls, which seems way more appropriate and also even cooler - after all, when you're in high school, all you want is advice from 21-year-olds, so in an odd but true way, the magazine just got even more aspirational. Meanwhile, the magazine's fizzy covers will indeed still feature teens - like Hayden Panetierre, 18, who's the latest blonde to pose for them. Cheer up, 11th graders - your time will still come!