Easing The Sting Of Student Loans

When Cynthia Jackman Clark got her law degree from Suffolk University in 1990, she needed time off to study for the bar. But she had a problem: The $550-a-month bills for her $33,000 in student loans were to start rolling in only 60 days after graduation. That, along with rent and grocery bills, left her feeling "a little overwhelmed."

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