Yes. A pineapple.
The society said they “wanted to celebrate free speech and promote their upcoming debate ‘Should we respect religion?'” The pineapple named Mohammed was upsetting Muslim students there, and so they were given a choice to take the pineapple down or get kicked out (you can read the full story here).
Or better yet, what does this atheist society hope to communicate by starting off a “discussion about blasphemy, religion, and liberty” with a personified pineapple? I don’t understand how anyone in that society thought that grabbing a pineapple and naming it Mohammed (knowing that there would be Muslim students there) communicates “Hey, let’s have a serious discussion about this.” The subject wasn’t inappropriate – indeed, a discussion about blasphemy, religion, and liberty would be a good discussion to have, and I give credit to that society for wanting to have that discussion. They weren’t thrown out for the discussion that they wanted to have; they were thrown out because their actions undermined what they were supposedly trying to do. If they truly wanted to encourage this discussion, they would not have allowed a pineapple to get them kicked out of this club fair.
Christians preach the gospel of Christ, which is arguably the most provocative idea to have ever existed. Christian apologists deal with objections that would prove the Gospel to be false. But if you are a Christian apologist, don’t let something silly or unimportant be the reason why your message is not welcome. It is one thing to be shunned for a message – it is another thing to be shunned for something that has absolutely nothing to do with your message, like a pineapple. Give care to how you conduct yourself as an apologist, and don’t allow yourself to be shut down for any other reason than the message you defend.