Occasionally, the housing lottery can have humorous results. Just ask Matt P. Abrams '14, who was the freshman who advocated for Crimson Yard freshmen (Pennypacker, Hurlbut, Greenough, and Wigglesworth) to gain access to Adams dining hall while he was running for UC rep. This was met by controversy by Adams residents, who went as far as to organize a protest by eating dinner in his dorm, Pennypacker.
In an comical twist, Abrams became a resident of Adams House on housing day and now has the ability to eat in the dining hall that was once restricted to him.
"I still can't get over the cosmic irony of the River Gods, but I'm very excited to become an Adams resident next year," Abrams said.