Graduation always makes me think about importance of mentors in a person's life. Indeed, universities are trying to make mentoring more central to their missions. Universities have mentoring programs and mentoring training.
Weston is perfectly cast as Moriarity. He can project just the right amount of innocence and wide-eyed enthusiasm necessary for the role without coming across as dumb or silly. He also seems perfectly capable of fulfilling the physical requirements of the role.
There are many benefits to seeking a mentor relationship. Brian Tracy, in his new book, Earn What You're Really Worth, highlights how mentoring, as well as other personal development activities, can quickly increase anyone's value in business.