Students shouldn’t have to prop up a failing business just because of their classmates’ nostalgic romanticism, said one student.
“I do not believe Che Cafe closing will be a severe blow to the campus’ overall aesthetic,” soon-to-be graduate Marco Vasquez, a political science major and vice chair of the university’s College Republicans, told FoxNews.com in an e-mail. “The majority of students that I have spoken to do not know what or where the Che Cafe is, given that it is on the edge of campus. Those who do know either visit it regularly or describe it as creepy.”
Creepy is a good description of its murderous namesake, as well.
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