Guest speaker hopes to lift waning bro culture

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Benjamin Press addresses a large crowd at Vanderbilt, his alma mater, where he majored in economics and was a multi-sport intramural athlete. His public speaking career stemmed from a passion for giving lifting advice to strangers. Photo by Ashley Pecorelli

On Thursday, April 7 at 9 p.m., the Bro Students Alliance will host speaker Benjamin Press in the Aula. There will be a reception afterwards where people can ask questions, get high fives and enjoy refreshments such as chocolate milk and grilled chicken breasts.

“We could def get some gains from having Mr. Press speak,” said Bro Stu­dents Alliance Patriarch Brett Gainez in an interview with The Miscellany News. What bros deserve to gain in so­ciety is unclear, but Press will object to the sun setting on bro culture.

Press explained the challenges that face the modern-day bro. “Bros around the country are struggling to find spac­es to toss crumpled napkins at cronies’ cups. That’s not all, protein prices are at an all time high.”

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