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    Your money down the drain

    One year later, Karamvir Singh sat quietly, with his hands folded in the conference room of his office, room 319 in the Student Union, waiting to be interviewed. His once energetic eyes during his candidacy last April, now showed a sudden aged weariness. Singh, 21, is the president of the student government run by Students for Change, a political party that emerged from defected members of United People, citing disapproval on UP’s heavy influence by alumni and inefficient internal operations after the party won elections. During his candidacy last spring, Singh told The Knight News that once students “get into UP there’s no real motivation to make the change. It’s…