The Galleon is a digital news magazine that seeks to engage with the world through the curation of content that highlights the individual and collective stories permeating our community, societ, and world.
The Galleon brings together the thoughts, ideas, observations, and voices from all members of the Christian Brothers University community. Managed by an editorial board of current students and faculty advisors, The Galleon publishes weekly content and accepts contributions from alumni, faculty, staff, and current students of CBU.
A first-of-its kind media site managed by the CBU Office of Marketing and Communications and The Department of Literature and Languages, The Galleon aims to produce content that reflects the level of dedication, reflection, passion, understanding, and intellectual curiousity of Memphis' first college.
Want to contribute? Contact Dr. Alison Lukowski: email@example.com
Contributions from School of Arts Students and Faculty
A Week in Cambodia, by Dr. Emily Holmes, Associate Professor of Religion and Philosophy
Against Political Futility, by Dr. Leigh Johnson, Visiting Assistant Professor of Religion and Philosophy
Balancing Traditional and Modern Manhood and Authority by Dr. Ben Jordan, Associate Professor of Politcal Science; Director of LLC
Student Form NAACP Chapter at CBU to Create Change Agents in Memphis by Taylor Flake, History
In Case You Didn't Know - Why Black History Month Matters by Mary Clark, English for Corporate Communications
Of Soldiers, Survivors, and Strength Unfailing by Anthony Maranise, ObiSB, Masters in Catholic Studies
Pope Francis Wants to Change the Way We Think About Our Planet by Dr. Paul Haught, Academic Vice President
Reflections on Black History Month by Dr. Neal Palmer, Associate Professor of History and Political Science
Seeing America: Part 1 by Dr. Alison Lukowski, Assistant Professor of Literature and Languages
The Intersection of Theology and Lynching Tree in the African-American Tradition by Maya Freeman, Englsh for Corporate Communications
The Transformative Rhetoric and Ideaology Behind The Declaration of Independence by Dr. Karl Leib, Associate Professor of History and Political Science
Thin Blue Lines of Communication by Dr. Kelly James, Assistant Professor of Behavioral Sciences