There's lots of sin to point out for condemnation (namely within ourselves), but a guy publicly reading the Bible aloud is way down on my list of things to condemn. But hey, that's just me.
I don't have an issue with a guy sharing the Bible with others. However - there is an issue of context and how to present it. Some evangelicals think that one size fits all, and I don't think that I agree with that.
No, I don't think that we should sugarcoat, either. But each person responds differently to certain verses, etc. Some of us like Mark's account more than we like John's. I would rather engage people on a personal level than hand out tracts and read the Bible out loud on campus.
A lot of non-Christian students/professors are familiar with certain parts of the Bible (namely the verses they hear over and over, such as those about homosexuality), and I think they need to see on an individual level what Christ's love has done for us.
I used to go to an evangelical church, and I am still reeling from what they did. They would push members to go prophesy in the supermarket and speak to everyone, every second about God. I still live with that guilt of not "witnessing" every second. But I think that God reaches different people different ways, and more people have approached me about my faith by just watching me read the Bible and talk about Church with a smile on my face. Who knows what way is right in the end? But that approach is not for me.