Princeton Alumni Advice for the Class of 2015 Video of Princeton Alumni Advice for the Class of 2015 At Reunions, we asked alumni what advice they would give to the graduating class. Watch the video to hear what they had to say, and add your own advice in the comments. Comment ArchivesJeffrey Bourne '68 Says: 2015-07-09 13:28:15 I'm a pediatrician. Pursue what you love. The private practice of medicine has changed. Solo practice is a thing of the past. Now you'll need to join a large group in order to practice. Most importantly, you want to look forward to what you do everyday. Consider the financial aspect of your field, but also look beyond it. Marcia L. Weinstein Steinbrook '74 Says: 2015-07-09 13:30:28 My best advice to new graduates of Princeton U. is to develop a philosophy of life that prioritizes realistic personal and professional goals, and work hard to achieve them within a framework of moral limits. Douglas M. Carpenter '55 Says: 2015-07-09 13:32:12 Since our deep fulfillment comes when we are making a significant contribution to something of great value, pay close attention to what your heart is drawn to. Sanford Thatcher '65 Says: 2015-07-10 10:13:46 Each of us has a personal destiny that takes time to discover, but you'll know you've found it when the work you do doesn't seem like work at all.