They've had a Campus Ministry table set up in at least two locations since the first day of classes, with people actively recruiting student members. Hardly sounds like God has been kicked out of public schools to me. I really wish people would get their facts straight and quit complaining about issues that don't exist so they can feel persecuted.
If an American Christian really wants to know persecution, go to the Middle East where owning a Bible in certain countries is a death sentence. Passing out Bibles on an American campus where nearly 90% of the population identify themselves with the Christian faith is hardly courageous (in fact, it's pretty popular for one to say they are taking a "stand for Jesus" by doing things like praying in public or handing out Bibles).
Sorry, but the Jesus I know would not be impressed, he would be too busy quietly helping out the poor, the sick, the disenfranchised, and assorted sinners and losers. He would be promoting love and grace by his everyday actions. I've always said if you have to tell people you're a Christian, you're doing it wrong.
Now, real courage is posting a comment like this, not praying in public for everyone in a mostly Christian society to see what a good Christian you are.