The Student News Site of Colorado State University

The Rocky Mountain Collegian

The Student News Site of Colorado State University

The Rocky Mountain Collegian

The Student News Site of Colorado State University

The Rocky Mountain Collegian

Print Edition
Letter to the editor submissions
Have a strong opinion about something happening on campus or in Fort Collins? Want to respond to an article written on The Collegian? Write a Letter to the Editor by following the guidelines here.
Follow Us on Twitter
Why Online Education is a Game-Changer for Nurses
September 25, 2023

Online education has revolutionized the way nurses acquire knowledge and skills by providing them with a flexible and accessible learning...

Bomb threat cancels Cal State LA Twilight Open, CSU track and field was set to compete

English: CSULA sign on Campus
English: CSULA sign on Campus (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

A bomb threat closed  the California State University, Los Angeles yesterday, according to the university’s website.

This forced the cancellation of the Twilight Open track meet, which the CSU track and field team was set to compete in.


CSU’s planned to send some of its athletes to four different meets in California over the weekend, including the Twilight Open, Mt. SAC Relays, Azusa Pacific Bryan Clay Invitational and Beach Track and Field Invitational.

The Mt. SAC Relays kicked off Thursday and continue through the weekend while the rest of the meets begin today or Saturday.

Sports Editor Kyle Grabowski can be reached at

View Comments (5)
More to Discover

Hey, thanks for visiting!
We’d like to ask you to please disable your ad blocker when looking at our site — advertising revenue directly supports our student journalists and allows us to bring you more content like this.

Comments (5)

When commenting on The Collegian’s website, please be respectful of others and their viewpoints. The Collegian reviews all comments and reserves the right to reject comments from the website. Comments including any of the following will not be accepted. 1. No language attacking a protected group, including slurs or other profane language directed at a person’s race, religion, gender, sexual orientation, social class, age, physical or mental disability, ethnicity or nationality. 2. No factually inaccurate information, including misleading statements or incorrect data. 3. No abusive language or harassment of Collegian writers, editors or other commenters. 4. No threatening language that includes but is not limited to language inciting violence against an individual or group of people. 5. No links.
All The Rocky Mountain Collegian Picks Reader Picks Sort: Newest

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *