The student-run magazine of San Francisco State University

Xpress Magazine

The student-run magazine of San Francisco State University

Xpress Magazine

The student-run magazine of San Francisco State University

Xpress Magazine

KK Interchuck

KK Interchuck, Managing Editor

KK Interchuck (she/they) is an amateur guitarist, cat mom, and journalism and women and gender studies double major in her last semester at SF State. A few of her hobbies include reading, taking walks, dancing around, and playing guitar really horribly (obviously).

All content by KK Interchuck
Sophia Hu and her boyfriend work from their home in the Inner Sunset in San Francisco, Calif., on Dec. 7, 2021. Hu sits in her living room while her boyfriend works at his desk. (Nicolas Cholula / Xpress Magazine)

Work-from-Wherever

December 15, 2021

  After a long day or even longer night, home is the place to return to where one can relax and unwind. Alas, the era of working from home is among us, which means those who work remotely can no...

The journey of self-discovery

The journey of self-discovery

May 14, 2021

  https://soundcloud.com/user-558545289/in-conversation-with-dr-mello/s-t0xa8XPdwEE Dakotah Puccio was 17 years old when he declared his major as marketing. While unable to do things like get...

Theres no better time for music lessons

‘There’s no better time’ for music lessons

April 16, 2021

McAllister Music Studio in San Francisco has welcomed over 65 students to virtual lessons in the past year. While some of these students are seasoned musicians seeking more technical training, others are...

[Video] Native plants: the backbone of our ecosystem

March 19, 2021

Lush meadows, multi-colored flower beds and majestic forest stands are just some of the thriving greenery Golden Gate Park has to offer. The iconic park is also a home to many plant species native...

The cyclical nature of cottagecore

The cyclical nature of cottagecore

February 19, 2021

  Sunlight dapples through dense foliage, casting an amber glow onto the wooded path below. The path, if followed, leads to a clearing where a small house sits, flanked by delicate flower beds...

Load More Stories