About Dylan Palm-Trujillo

Dylan Palm-Trujillo is a Freelance Writer/Photographer for the Metropolitan and Metro Post -Telegraph. He has had work published by Westword Denver and Johnstown Breeze while being a student at Metro. Moreover, he has done a PR internship as well as a reporting Internship. Further, he is a Metro State Student currently studying Convergent Journalism and expects to graduate in the fall of 2015.

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Roadrunners Hit the Ground Running

November 5, 2014

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DENVER —  Metro State held there the 5th Annual Metro State University Roadrunners Invitational. The race was held Oct. 4, 2014 at Washington Park in Denver Colorado. The men’s team came in second overall with a 70 just finishing 28 points back behind Colorado Mesa’s 42 and 18 ahead of UCCS who had 80 points. […]

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Houston: NFL Has A Problem

September 13, 2014

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Houston: NFL Has A Problem

DENVER- the past couple of years the country has heard more and more about drug abuse and alcohol abuse in sports. In the NFL, Athletes are getting suspended left and right because of those offenses. The suspensions have range from 4 to 6 games for first offense, up to a year for the second offense […]

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RTD Puts Denver Back On the Map

May 13, 2014

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Denver– On, May 9, 2014, RTD opened Union Station to the public for the first time. Thousands of people attended and the public was able to see the bus concourse before Sunday May 11, opening. The community was able to enjoy a street fair with food trucks and other fun activities. “The festivities were very nice […]

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Intersection of the Dazed and Confused

April 29, 2014

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March 8, 2014: Officer observed car W/B on Larimer; drove across Speer and past a posted “Do Not Enter” sign.  Upon contact the driver had a strong odor of alcohol on their breath and a strong odor of marijuana coming from the vehicle. March 15, 2014: Officer observed car s/b on Larimer in the turn […]

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RTD’s Big Move of Pain or Happiness

April 24, 2014

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Denver– On May 11th, the long time transit service RTD is getting a makeover. The service will shut down their famous Market Street Station and move to the 74,000 square foot Union Station in LoDo. Union Station, which first opened on June 1, 1881, will offer bus and light rail service, Free Mall Ride, the […]

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Historic Union Station: Denver’s Multimodal Transportation Hub

March 19, 2014

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Denver– Move over New York subway, RTD is coming. The long-time transit service is getting a makeover this year. RTD will shut down their famous Market Street Station, and move into Denver’s historic Union Station in May 2014. The transit company bought Union Station in 2001 with plans to bring the building back to its […]

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Trader Joe’s Moves into the Neighborhood

March 4, 2014

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BOULDER, Colo. – The past week Colorado residents were on pins and needles as the suspense of waiting for a top of the line grocery store. Enter Trader Joe’s, the newest store to join the big three — Whole Foods, Sprouts and King Soopers. “[Trader Joe’s] provides us with a lot of fresh new options,” […]

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Art history anyone???

February 20, 2014

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DENVER – As I walked into this museum, my first thought was wow there are a lot of colors. The museum, Chicano Humanities and Arts Council, is located on the Santa Fe Art District. The museum has been around for 35 years and was founded upon being palace for Latino artists “to explore visual and […]

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Olympics: A place of happiness or shame?

February 20, 2014

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Sochi, Russia. –  The Olympics come every four years with the summer and winter being two years apart. For the past two years, the world has waited for this moment. This should be good thing right? Wrong. The Winter Games have been under scrutiny because of the sanitary issues, poor sleeping arrangements and treatment of […]

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Wizards fall to the Grizzlies despite Beal’s big night

February 20, 2014

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MEMPHIS, Tenn.- Washington Wizard’s, Shooting Guard, Bradley Beal, was  human volcano Tuesday night. The second year guard showcased a career night in scoring with 37 points on 15-24 shooting in a losing effort. Nick Calathes and fellow teammate Marc Gasol contributed 18 points each, and the Memphis Grizzlies survived Beal’s career night to defeat the […]

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