This was an assignment for a Public Relations class in November, 2020. I created and designed a personal brand, and then presented this final product.
This was an assignment for an Entrepreneurial Journalism class in December, 2019. My team and I created an app and pitched it to a panel of potential investors in New York City. As designer of the team, I created this pitch deck.
Do you have a framed photo of Barack Obama, a Dragon Ball Z poster, and nine student i.d.'s (none of which are your own)? Probably not, but Ulises does.
Check out a dorm tour I did with this unique college student.
Permanent. It's perhaps the most dreaded word during our college years. College is also the period of life often associated with notoriously bad decisions. The most common regret? Tattoos. What's more permanent than that? However, students at Point Loma Nazarene University shared what their tattoos mean to them and that they, in fact, don't regret a single ounce of ink.
Junior Multimedia Journalism Major
“This was my first tattoo. I got it when I was 17 years old, it’s a matching tattoo with my mom. We’re Celtic, and it’s the Celtic symbol for mother and daughter, except at the bottom I added the infinity sign. So, it’s mother and daughter forever. We did a little Mother’s Day trip to Reno, because you can’t get a tattoo under 18 in California, so we did a weekend Mother’s Day trip and got matching tattoos."