In honor of Valentines Day, we are bringing you TWO Campus Cuties this week. Tonight’s cutie is in a relationship, but don’t worry ladies, he’s proof that prince charming DOES exist. Meet our Valentine’s Cutie, Brian Aller.
Name: Brian Aller
Hometown: West Chester, PA
Major: Potential Finance and Accounting double major
Relationship Status: In a relationship
HC (Her Campus): Okay, so let’s start out with the basics, what are you involved with on campus?
BA (Brian Aller): I am the Philanthropy Chair for Kappa Sig, I coach the women’s club soccer team, and I’m the head campus rep for VoyVoy.
HC: What is VoyVoy?
BA: It’s a new clothing company started by a friend of a friend. It ‘s “frat wear” that has polos, tees, and hats. They’re famous for their pocket square style.
HC: Sounds like an interesting job, what exactly do you do for them?
BA: I market it and give out discounts.
HC: That sounds cool. I understand you have a tattoo; tell me a little about that.
BA: Its my favorite Bible verse from Matthew 23:12 – “For those who exalt themselves will be humbled, and those who humble themselves will be exalted.”
HC: Is that a life motto of yours?
BA: Yeah, I try to live my life that way.
HC: When did you get it? And what did your family think?
BA: August of last year. They liked it. I have four older siblings and they have done a lot worse, so they didn’t mind me getting it at all.
HC: So, are you the youngest?
BA: Yes; I’m the youngest. I have a brother and three older sisters
HC: Aw, baby of the family (laughs). So what would you say are the three most important things to you?
BA: I guess God, family, and friends.
HC: So, Valentines Day is soon approaching, do you have any plans?
BA: Uhhmm. I told Chloe, my girlfriend, we would go on a date.
HC: Not much planned though?
BA: (Laughs) I’m not much of a romantic.
HC: What is your go-to activity for a date?
BA: Probably either taking a girl to dinner or maybe the movies.
HC: Have you gone on many dates at wake?
BA: No, I definitely should go on more though.
HC: Yeah, definitely change that (laughs). So, first thing you look for in a girl is…
BA: Probably her eyes.
HC: What is the most romantic thing you have done for a girl?
BA: I got a girl 100 roses on our two-year anniversary.
HC: That must have been expensive! The best pick up line you’ve ever used?
BA: “Want another cup of punch?” Nah (laughing). I just ask them about themselves, ‘cause girls like hearing about themselves.
HC: (laughing) That’s very true! What’s the most embarrassing thing that’s happened to you?
BA: A kid pulled down my pants in front of everyone at recess in the 2nd grade. (laughing) That’s definitely an embarrassing thing.
HC: Oh gosh, kids can be so mean. So what’s one fun fact about you?
BA: I don’t have a real home because my parents left after I graduated from high school. They live in California now.
HC: Ah that’s sad, do you think you want to stay here or move out there after you graduate?
BA: Wherever I get a job, I’ll go. I do want to stay on the East Coast though.
HC: What is your dream job?
BA: One that makes a lot of money while helping other people, if that’s even possible.
HC: Do you have any secret talents?
BA: I’m an avid bowler. I used to play soccer but now I hate playing competitively.
HC: If you could trade places with anyone for a week, who would it be and why?
BA: Probably Cristiano Ronaldo.
HC: …But I thought you hated soccer?
BA: I mean, I don’t like playing competitively anymore, but I still love the game.
HC: Favorite spot on campus?
BA: The Kappa Sig lounge.
*Photography by Kelly Guin