Last year's City Paper College Guide, put together by our interns, was subtitled "Rise up and #InternsUnite." It had to do with what interns Ryan B. Harrison and Dana Guth called "meritocracy on crack," in which college students are expected to stack up internships on top of internships and then maybe, just maybe, obtain some kind of job out of that in something that sort of ties to your major or "career path." The issue last year then was about revolting against that system and seizing City Paper, which was part of the problem—we did not pay our interns then and meanwhile, demanded most of their summer time. Plus, we're in the rather dodgy publication business, so the odds of a job, let alone a stable one, suddenly popping up available to one of our hard-working interns isn't all that great. Although it should be noted that three staffers, Performing Arts Editor Maura Callahan, Visual Arts Editor Rebekah Kirkman, and Managing Editor/Eats & Drinks Editor Anna Walsh, all started out as interns, that seems more like a carrot we are dangling in front of them than a sincere possibility for more than a few of their futures.