Photo: Courtney Sullivan laughs with friends from women's rugby team

Ask Courtney Sullivan ’18 (far left) what made her NU experience special and the Corps of Cadets cybersecurity major from Orchard Park, N.Y., doesn’t miss a beat. “The people.”

“You come here, and you go through a lot of different things that you don’t go through in a normal school. But one thing that you get out of this is the greatest group of friends.”

For Sullivan, that includes her former women’s rugby teammates (l-r) Alanna Girardin, Danielle Richards, and Jordan Day, aka the sweetest, funniest, most the down-to-earth people she’s ever met. “We’re all best friends. We hang out,” she says. “We call it a sisterhood. It really is. I would do anything for these girls.”


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