Jillian Sobol show her excitement Friday during her college graduation ceremony at AT&T Park in San Francisco. More than 30 years after she was abandoned as a newborn in a dorm at San Francisco State University, Sobol has graduated from the school where she began her life. Sobol, 31, graduated with a bachelor's degree. She was left by a 19-year-old sophomore, who had concealed her pregnancy, in a box in the dorm laundry room on Nov. 5, 1984.
Jillian Sobol show her excitement Friday during her college graduation ceremony at AT&T Park in San Francisco. More than 30 years after she was abandoned as a newborn in a dorm at San Francisco State University, Sobol has graduated from the school where she began her life. Sobol, 31, graduated with a bachelor's degree. She was left by a 19-year-old sophomore, who had concealed her pregnancy, in a box in the dorm laundry room on Nov. 5, 1984. Michael Macor San Francisco Chronicle
Jillian Sobol show her excitement Friday during her college graduation ceremony at AT&T Park in San Francisco. More than 30 years after she was abandoned as a newborn in a dorm at San Francisco State University, Sobol has graduated from the school where she began her life. Sobol, 31, graduated with a bachelor's degree. She was left by a 19-year-old sophomore, who had concealed her pregnancy, in a box in the dorm laundry room on Nov. 5, 1984. Michael Macor San Francisco Chronicle

Woman graduates from college where she was left as a newborn

June 02, 2016 12:02 AM

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