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Issue: "Unstoppable?," April 20, 2013

But that might not be enough to keep students from doing whatever it takes to get the education they want. Even Woody’s regrets over her undergraduate loans didn’t stop her from taking out more loans for graduate school last year. She has about $14,000 in undergraduate loans left—roughly half the total—and expects to add about $30,000 to that when she graduates from Vancouver’s Regent College in 2015 with a Master of Arts in Theological Studies.

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Leigh Jones
Leigh Jones

Leigh lives in Atlanta and is the managing editor of WORLD's website.

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