Written by Allison Prewitt for Mustang News , Oct. 16, 2019

For the second time in six years, the prices of certain items at Campus Dining venues increased, according to communications specialist Aaron Lambert. The changes were officially implemented in August. 

The price hike is due to market changes, according to Lambert. When prices are not sustainable, increases are needed. 

Prices of some items, including the cheeseburger from Campus Market and the chili cheese fries from Central Coaster, increased by up to five percent, according to Lambert. In contrast, four of the six combo meals from Bishop Craft actually went down in price.