(Christian Post) This week marked a milestone for 31-year-old Jillian Sobol, who recently graduated from San Francisco University, where she was left abandoned as a baby years ago.
According to ABC News, Sobol's motto during her stay at the university was "I was born to be here."
She was left in a cardboard box at the San Francisco University campus laundry back in 1984, People reports. Two students found her while they were doing their laundry. One of the students, Esther Wannenmacher Raiger, who was taking a degree in nursing in SFSU, rose to action by asking another student to contact 911.
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The baby was then brought to the San Francisco General Hospital for evaluation. The incident created buzz around the campus. Sobol said, "It was interesting because it caused a stir of well, 'Who was the mom? It took a while for them to find the placenta, which she dropped in the garbage chute."