Woman Graduates From the University Where She Was Abandoned as a Baby

Woman Graduates From the University Where She Was Abandoned as a Baby

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Almost 32 years after Jillian Sobol was abandoned as a newborn at San Francisco State University, she has donned a cap and gown as one of their graduates.

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Students there found Sobol just hours after she was born in 1984, left in a cardboard box in a dorm laundry room. The infant was turning blue and nursing hopeful Esther Wannenmacher took charge, clearing Sobol’s airway and telling others to call an ambulance.

Sobol reunited decades later with Wannenmacher, who says it was “divine intervention” that she happened to be doing laundry the night the baby was discovered.

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As for Sobol, she’s looking forward to a career as an event organizer in San Francisco, now that she has earned her degree.

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