For many drivers, there are few things worse than returning to a damaged vehicle. Andrew Sipowicz could certainly relate to that, as his parked red Ford Mustang was involved in a hit-and-run incident in November 2018. However, while assessing the damage, he then found a handwritten note by a sixth-grader on the car.
A resident of Buffalo, New York, Sipowicz grew up harboring a passion for one sport in particular. Indeed, during his time at high school, he was an aspiring pitcher for the baseball team. On that note, the student then set his sights on a lofty goal.
Following his high school stint, Sipowicz applied for a place at Buffalo’s Canisius College. The university was first established back in 1870, named after the Dutch teacher St. Peter Canisius. During the early years, the college started out in one building, before expanding some time later.