Block Talk

"I think it’s tolerable. He should have every right to do what he does on campus as long as it doesn’t become verbally or physically threatening."
Jesse Davidson,

"You know, it’s funny, I started singing this song in my head one day in class and I was like, ‘Where did that come from?" I was thinking maybe NPR, but when I realized it was Cedric’s song I felt stupid. He has every right to be here, but it’s the silence I miss."
Molly Major,

"I like him on campus. He has a safe presence and he enriches the culture. I’ve heard others consider him a disturbance, but it seems to me that they should focus their energy on other things."
Darlene Geiger,

"I just moved here from a small town, so coming into an urban setting with all these outspoken people is a relatively new thing for me. I find myself wondering about him. Either I think it’s a psychological thing, or I have some admiration for him because he must be pretty involved in what he’s preaching to sit there hour after hour, day after day."
Cory Ayuyu,

"His ramblings are annoying at times, but it’s nowhere near as annoying as the music, fashion shows and park parties they have out here. The farmers’ market is definitely more disruptive. He’s harmless and he doesn’t make any more noise than those other people do"
Marianne Shannon,
Psychology, sociology, social science and liberal studies

"I don’t have any strong feelings about him. He can do what he wants to do, but sometimes it seems like he’s getting a little pushy about it. I don’t know who instigated it, but I’ve seen him get into some pretty heated arguments with people about his stuff."
Kyle Meadors,