Hannah Edgar

Deputy Editor-in-Chief  /   2018 Class   /  @2ndFiddle


University Remembers Philip Gossett, 1941–2017, Professor Emeritus and Renowned Opera Scholar

Gossett, who passed away on June 13, inspired scholars and performers alike.


July 5, 2017

CSO and Soloist Serve Up Central European Flair

The CSO and violinist Christian Tetzlaff delight with a sumptuous program.


June 4, 2017

Composers Come Out in Full Force in Sinfonietta’s Concert

Last week, the Chicago Sinfonietta presented “More Than a Letter,” celebrating classical music's once-closted greats.


March 30, 2017

Who Runs the World? Still Straight White Men, With One Condition

Steppenwolf's new play, despite its title, proved to be much more nuanced than a mere takedown of privilege.


February 13, 2017

Grammy-Nominated Spektral Quartet Shares History and Jokes

The Chicago Maroon sits down with Spektral Quartet to talk their Grammy nomination, new album, and newest member.



January 23, 2017

History, Hysterics, and The Dun

Dean Boyer participates in improv comedy with students and faculty in The Revival's The Hutchins Plan.


January 9, 2017

Generation X': A Brief History of Dropouts and Transfer Students at the University of Chicago

The University of Chicago has a distinguished list of alums. It also has a distinguished list of decampers.


October 27, 2016

Ensemble-in-Residence Brings Winds of Change to Campus

They called themselves Imani Winds, after the Swahili word for “faith.”


October 6, 2016

The Reluctant Confessor: Andrew Bird Opens Up About Newest Album

“I didn’t set out to make a personal record, but so much had happened in that four or five years that it would have been conspicuous to not write about it. I call the record Are You Serious because I surprised myself.”


September 5, 2016

Center for Identity and Inclusion Remembers Orlando Victims

"Like all of you, I’m still trying to process this. This affects all of us."


June 16, 2016