Somehow I missed this story. Darrian was kind enough to lead the CCC's Women's Chess Worshop at the Avalon Public Library (8148 S. Stony Island Ave.) on May 3.
In response to the interviewer's question on cheating in chess, she replied, "I feel like 99 percent of chess players don't play for money. They play because they want to compete. You'd probably have more utility doing something else illegal than cheating in chess." Utility? One suspects that life on the Quadrangle may be leading Darrian toward a career in economics.
Both Claire and I found Darrian smart, personable, and charming, and so did everyone else!