A fifth House has joined the Adams-Currier Conflict: in a signed statement, Cabot House announced its alliance with Currier.
In the statement, Cabot asserted that "We, the people of Cabot, will not stand for such injustices and must act to impede this infringement upon our Faust given and unalienable Rights, among these being Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness."
In what is so far the harshest retribution yet taken by the alliance, Cabot imposed strict dining restrictions on Adams House residents, prohibiting them from eating on Tuesdays between 1:30 and 2 p.m.
"Let it be known to the Harvard body that Cabot House, the Heart of the Quad, will not stand for Houses that act dishonorably. Quarter will not be provided to those who wish harm against our brothers and our sisters."
Cabot's entry into the alliance is not altogether unprecedented; Cabot memorably placed dead fish on the doors of many Kirkland residents after allying itself with Mather House in defense of Adams House during the 2004 war.
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